Every skier knows what I’m talking about. That moment when freezing levels go from 0 meters to 2000 meters can really put a damper on your ski plans, just like how bringing the wrong adaptor for your laptop can prevent you from backing up photos or blogging. Oh well…
Since Hakuba, we made the trek north to Hokkaido via ferry. The main island of Honshu hasn’t been seeing as much snow this year, so at the advice of some friends we made a big move north. It turned out to be a good move! Continue reading The “R” Word
- Wednesday: Last day of work
- Thursday: Pack, pack, and then pack some more
- Friday: Drive from Lafayette, CO to Manhattan, IL
- Saturday: Unpack, repack, wonder what we forgot…
- Sunday: Fly from Chicago -> Seoul
- Monday: Disappeared. Really, I don’t know where it went.
- Tuesday: Fly from Seoul -> Narita, Japan
Continue reading Narita to Hakuba
“We should just quit our jobs and go travel….”
When I casually said this to my husband Anthony, he almost fell out of his chair. Little did we both know that this one statement would change the course of our lives over the next year. With a little bit of penny pinching, we realized we just might be able to pull this off!
Continue reading Leaving the Comfort Zone
The 2015-2016 ski season started off with a bang! Eric and I made plans to meet at 7am Tuesday morning and head up to Berthoud Pass. However after stepping outside, I quickly realized that clearing snow off my truck & driveway was going to take longer than I originally anticipated. Continue reading Berthoud Pass 12/15/2015
Becca and I loaded up my truck on Friday the 13th and hit the road north to Jackson, WY to visit our buddy Aaron and get on some bigger lines to prepare for a trip later this spring. Big mountains with lots of vert to climb/ride make the Tetons the perfect training ground for bigger trips. Continue reading South Teton, GTNP – February 2015