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The Drive
Coming to grips with fear, the steering wheel, and icy roads
Publisher: New England Ski Journal
Date: 11/14/2004
Subject: Winter sports
Comments: There are few things I enjoy more than an untracked mantle of new-fallen snow on my favorite trails under a crystal winter sky. Except, maybe, the absolute relief of arriving at my slope-side accommodations after a hair-raising ride. Yes, if you're going to ski, you have to learn to respect "The Drive."
Little left for the lift ticket
Gas prices putting the squeeze on the family ski vacation
Publisher: New England Ski Journal
Date: 11/9/2004
Subject: Winter sports
Comments: Though I'm loath to admit it, middle age responsibilities have an impact on my outdoor escapades. Take, for instance, the price of gasoline. In college, little would come between my turns and me. Today, high gas prices sometimes feel like another nail in my ski career's coffin.
Spreading the free-heel gospel
Dickie Hall and the Art of the Telemark Turn
Publisher: New England Ski Journal
Date: 11/5/2004
Subject: Winter sports
Comments: Dickie Hall could be the world's greatest salesman. Instead, he's happy to be at the forefront of winter's hottest sport, the telemark ski movement. How much does he love his sport? Just ask him.

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