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Only 36% of Americans showed up to vote in the last midterm elections, and here at TGR we want everyone to join the conversation and make their voice heard in 2018.
Our community is passionate about protecting the places we live and play, and we wanted to highlight all the reasons there are to get out and vote……The future of shredding is at risk. Go to the polls and #DropInAndVote
Look at it this way, if you don’t vote you can’t complain when the snow stops falling and your favorite line becomes unrideable, or when your hometown surf break is in the parking lot crashing over submerged cars. Today is the day, get out and vote.
UPDATE: One skier who was recovered from the slide debris died Thursday evening in a Taos hospital. The other remains in critical condition in an Albuquerque hospital. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the victims. An avalanche buried several skiers at New Mexico’s Taos Ski Resort Thursday morning. According to the Taos News, the slide occurred in the K3 chute off the resort’s famed Kachina Peak. Two male skiers were extracted from the debris, revived using
MOUNTAIN TOWN, USA — A group of ski town roommates were surprised and weirded out Friday when they discovered a strange, hairy man poaching their couch, smoking their herb and eating their food without permission. The roommates discovered the stranger after returning home from a raft trip on the Colorado River, and according to one of the rent-paying tenants, the Guy on the Couch was “pretty chill, but smelled like BO mixed with dog shit.” RELATED: Man Defends Size, Shape of Powder Turns
Thanks to an atmospheric river sitting on top of California, the Sierra received a considerable amount of new snow. Turns out lots of snow isn’t always good news, that is if you own a private jet. According to the Sacramento Bee, fresh snow piled on the back of a Cessna Citation X jet at the Truckee Tahoe Airport on Wednesday, ultimately tipping it on its tail. Well, there’s a reason why its called “Sierra Cement”. At least conditions look much better in the mountains, with resorts