Ski Dreams

I’ve been skiing pretty much my whole life and I’m only 13. I live in a ski town, so not skiing in the winter is like not eating. It’s a necessity. But in the summer, there’s nothing to do. So when I sit down, waiting for the first snow, I leaf through my old Powder magazines and look for my next pair of skis.

The photos fire my imagination back up and get me in the zone that puts me back out there and gets me to that perfect run. That perfect jump. That perfect

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