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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    Thank you for this. I can only re-read Staying Alive so many times before it makes me fall asleep instantly. Recommendations like this are really great for those of us who don't have years in the bc yet, but want to keep learning. Plus you can buy used copies for ~$5 on amazon.
    $5 what a great deal!!!
    "True love is much easier to find with a helicopter"

  2. #27
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    Any other good books? Staying alive is great, try to read it once before every season. but agreed on only so many times...

  3. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by steezybomber View Post
    Any other good books? Staying alive is great, try to read it once before every season. but agreed on only so many times...
    The new Snowy Torrents or any issue of The Avalanche Review (TAR). The current issue of TAR has a great article about the 10 mistakes guides/avalanche professionals make.
    "True love is much easier to find with a helicopter"

  4. #29
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    ^^ thanks Hacksaw, I will have to check out out the TAR, always good to learn from others.

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    If you want a subscription to TAR, check it out under "supporter" membership on the AAA website.


    http://www.americanavalancheassociat...aaamembership/
    "True love is much easier to find with a helicopter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hacksaw View Post
    If you want a subscription to TAR, check it out under "supporter" membership on the AAA website.


    http://www.americanavalancheassociat...aaamembership/
    Thanks Hacksaw!

  7. #32
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    You can also check out The Avalanche Review's Avalanche Library and Archives gratis...

  8. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by covert View Post
    You can also check out The Avalanche Review's Avalanche Library and Archives gratis...
    Very handy. Glad past issues are available, especially gratis.

    Also got some nice morning humor in opening up the first one to glance through and seeing and old friend from grad school in the contributors section.

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