Sean and Mollie Busby live in this yurt outside the mountain town of Whitefish, Montana, which at first glance you'd think would consist of a crotchety wood stove drying out a rack of hanging, smelly ski socks and cots placed along the wall. But the Busbys are damn good at the tiny house life, and have this circular structure down pat enough to invite Martha Stewart in for a critique.
Yes, there are the inconveniences, like difficult access to water, a standalone unit for heating water for showers, and no dishwasher, but as far as aesthetics go, these guys are not lacking. Would you want to move in?
From The Column: Base Camp
Testimonies began last week in Eagle County, Colorado, regarding the avalanche death of 13-year-old Taft Conlin on January 22, 2012 at Vail Ski Resort. Conlin was killed in an in-bounds slide near the Upper Gate of Prima Cornice while skiing with 3 friends. He did not appear to be carrying any avalanche safety gear when he was caught. Conlin’s parents, Louise H. Ingalls and Steve Conlin, are suing Vail as a “direct and proximal result” of Vail’s negligence that resulted in their son’s
It wasn’t even guaranteed that 50-year-old snowboarding World Cup champion Julie Zell would ride in Beartooth Basin’s Summer 2018 Shred Fest. And absolutely no one expected her take home first place. Zell was offered a VIP wildcard for the competition about a month ago, and after spending more time on the snow this year, Zell decided she would compete in a freeride competition for the first time in two decades. In an Instagram post the day before, Zell described the
Backflip to a yard sale—not the most ideal combination to huck off a steep kicker. Unfortunately for Fabian Omne, that’s exactly what happened when he tried to go big at the Scandinavian Big Mountain Championships in Riksgränsen, Sweden. Watch as the Swiss skier takes the fall straight to the face. Ouch. Thankfully, he was able to walk away and is currently recovering from the crash.