Outside Magazine Get Me Out of Here: Snowkiting Outside Magazine Either I've pictured myself achieving unmanageable successes, in whatever sport, from the gate, and have therefore doomed myself to be disappointed (as was the case with ice skating)...
Christa Gimblett. Skier, boarder, Customer Service and Sales (Lift Tickets) Executive, shameful waster and ski bum. Living in the French Alps for no really good reason, three cats, no cash and a car which looks like a frog.
This blog is about skiing in all imaginable and unimaginable locations in the world, ranging from local hills to indoors in Hong Kong skyscrapers to big mountains. In Africa, Europe, North and South America, inside the craters of live New Zealand volcanoes, and so on. I ski every week, even if means catching a cab from the street and asking the driver to take me 600 kilometers to the Himalayas with my skis.
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