Monthly Archives: November 2011

Sunday, December 4 (looks like dryland, not skiing)

Right now Fall seems to be succeeding in pushing back winter, and while Matt and other coaches are searching for a location that would host us for skiing this weekend, I don’t think the weather is going to cooperate. We … Continue reading

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Bretton Woods Family Ski Day

Looking forward to seeing anyone and everyone who joins us on Sunday at Bretton Woods. As noted on the schedule and in the name, it’s a family ski day. Our goal is let the kids reacquaint themselves with their skis … Continue reading

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Bretton Woods Sunday is on!

Matt, just been in touch with the folks at Bretton Woods and writes:  Yeah snow! Bretton Woods has gotten over 12″ of snow from this storm and are open more and more terrain daily. This Sunday Ford Sayre will be skiing … Continue reading

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Update on skiing after Thanksgiving

No further updates yet. Right now Bretton Woods has very little open, and snowmaking weather is still iffy, but they do seem to be even more in the storm track than we are. Despite the fact that we all might … Continue reading

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Master Schedule as of Nov. 17

Between now and when the Skiway opens, our training locations and times will be in flux. From here on out I will always post schedule updates on the blog as articles, and will update this master schedule when I can. … Continue reading

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Dryland Nov. 20 at Thompson Arena and a look forward

Hi Everyone– We are planning to meet this Sunday November 20 at 1pm at the East (far) end of the Thompson Arena parking lot for a hike up to Velvet Rocks (and back) and some agility and strength work afterwards … Continue reading

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Advice from Dr. Jim Taylor

From time to time I will share articles with you that I think will help you and your kids get more out of both this season, and in some cases, life in general. These are two of those articles and … Continue reading

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