TGR Stokemobile last week at the Skiing World Cup held at Killington Mountain. TGR photo.
The TGR Stokemobile is pleased to announce that they will be setting up shop at Wachusett Mountain on December 1st, and it just so happens that the Stokemobile’s timing will coincide with REI’s Pray For Snow Party.
The Stokemobile is TGR's new solar-powered, tricked out, high tech mobile unit with a larger-than-life presence. It contains an immersive fan experience with huge flat screen TVs displaying TGR and Outside TV content, VR exhibits, the latest in lifestyle and branded merchandise, music, star athlete appearances and more."
REI's Pray For Snow Party, which encourages you to break out your neon onesie and dust off the mono-board promises great prizes and extreme entertainment among other things. Join us for the Firefly Caravan, a human snow globe, and a screening of TGR's Far Out movie on a giant inflatable outdoor movie screen, as well as live music provided by Soul Monstas, and free food courtesy of Wachusett Mountain and REI's traditional Twinkie Roast.
RENO, Nev. — The fight against Mad Pow Disease entered a new and terrifying phase Thursday, when the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued public health warnings to most western states, as well as ordering a full quarantine of the Tahoe Basin, which is currently fighting a large-scale outbreak. Responding to the Mad Pow quarantine, marooned Tahoe residents overwhelmed local convenience stores, buying up snorkels, beer and beacon batteries. Tahoe's black market index reported a 1,000%
This morning, Patagonia announced it is donating $10 million to groups defending clean air and water, responsible land use, and the regenerative organic agriculture movement. Rose Mercario, CEO of Patagonia, says "Based on last year’s irresponsible tax cut, Patagonia will owe less in taxes this year—$10 million less, in fact. Instead of putting the money back into our business, we’re responding by putting $10 million back into the planet. Our home planet needs it more than we do."
MTN. TOWN, USA — Saying he's not really a dick — just misunderstood — a feisty patrol puss confessed to TGR on Friday that he's had a tough time breaking into the dog-dominated ski patrol world. In an exclusive, hard-hitting interview, 6-year-old patrol cat Sylvester Longshanx admitted that it's been an uphill battle earning the respect of his fellow rescue animals, often leading to long bouts of depression wallowing in his litter box. Anonymous sources within the patrol team confirmed to