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“We’re number 1! We’re number 1!” Cheerleader Dave Barry sis-boom-bahs over Blackcomb.
Sigh. Another day of Jackson hardpack. Glen Wade above JHMR’s Four Pines.
Andrew Couperthwait came to Vail and all he got was this lousy face shot.
“You gettin’ my good side?” Danny Day tears down Squallywood’s silver screen.
What’s the best way to ski powder? First. Bernard Rosow schools ’em at Mammoth.
Tim Russell splits the uprights at Aspen.
Fernie’s ski patrol ponders the meaning of life – oh right, skiing powder.
Montana: Come for the militias, stay for the powder. Erik Lovold, gunning through Big Sky.
Steep and cheap above Ogden, Utah. Skier: Rob Holmes.
Stefan Thomas grabbing some tail above Park City’s Eagle superpipe.
JT Holmes, sans beard and mullet, getting noticed off Kirkwood’s Sentinel cliffs.
Dan Gilchrist devouring a pre-Turkey Day meal on Steamboat’s Storm Peak.
Frank Konsella working his Butte off in Teocalli Bowl.
Brad Dean does some clear cutting above Kicking Horse’s cliffs.
Chalk block, or powder? Matt Niederhauser doesn’t care.
This is why Oprah used to live here. Or was it the barbeque at Fat Alley? Skier: Mindy Sturm (not Oprah).
“Have you seen that big lake they keep talking about?” Ty Dayberry gets some tele-air on Heavenly’s California side.
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Skiing on snow is, like, so 2004. Larry Johnson heads into a 70-foot front flip in the Targhee backcountry.
Matt Kirkland amid the famous spring storm of ’06.
Snow. Mass. Matt Ross, getting literal.
“I always coordinate my hat with my favorite resort.” Mike Hopkins at Red.
Andreas Hatveit gets ready for a crazy game of Twister. Freeway 8 superpipe, Breckenridge.
“Which way to the beach?” JT Holmes showing the surf punks what’s what at Alpine Meadows.
A sick day on a sick day? Probably. Skier: Jamey Parks.