What does your dream life look like? This is the question that every existential millennial asks themselves as they wander through their twenties looking for purpose. The only thing I have figured out is that I like to ski...which i feel is a pretty good start.
Chadd Konig stumbled into the answer to this question. Looking for a new surf break he left his home in Southern California and found his dream break in the northern part of the state. There he found purpose in living off the grid, growing his own food, and surfing. For him it is now less about surfing and more about this complete life.
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There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that avalanches are terrifying. They are one of the purest demonstrations of Mother Nature’s immense, uncontrollable power—and unfortunately, more and more often, they are claiming the lives of people that we love. For the average person, news of a deadly avalanche might congest your newsfeed, but passes on in a few days. For the loved ones of the victims, however, this is never the case, the memory of the life lost will always remain. RELATED: 8 Things I
Four years ago, Peter Wells came to his brother with an idea: “Let’s start a ski company.” They wrote a business plan, got the money together and put the pedal to the metal. “It takes time to build a brand and get our store out there, and for people to accept a new brand,” Tim Wells told TGR. “But we’re doing it.” The ski industry is changing, and Sego Ski Co. is ready to take advantage of it. Sego is poised for wild growth in a changing industry: In just four seasons they’ve gone from
You probably already know about Hadley Hammer: TGR skier and mountain athlete extraordinaire, but there's a whole lot more behind those cliff drops and pow slashes. Grit, determination, and an unrelenting desire for adventure of all forms. TGR caught up with Hammer in between some trips to a powder-filled Canada to talk about what goes on behind the lens. Hadley is much more than a ripping skier; she puts in hard work beyond the screen to make all her segments happen, as well as hosting a