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?
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Little Cottonwood Canyon and Alta Ski Resort in Utah have been having quite the week. A natural avalanche inundated Alta's parking lot last week and the ski resort just surpassed 400 inches of snow this season, with eight new inches to top it off. These additional few inches kicked off a massive avalanche that came barreling over a cliffside across the street from Alta yesterday. RELATED: Natural Avalanche Sweeps Through Alta Parking Lot No one was injured in the slide, but the Utah
It’s these kind of moments that show how valuable proper avalanche rescue training can be. On January 30th, during a spell of heavy snow and resulting High avalanche danger, several avalanches caught and buried riders on a face near Verbier, Switzerland. Luckily, other riders were able to extricate the victims successfully. Snowboarder Victor Liebenguth shared this POV from one of the rescues, as well as chilling caption reminding us how important this training is. RELATED: Watch A Skier
Three people have sadly passed away this weekend in two separate incidents in Colorado: two people in an avalanche and one as the result of a fall. The two avalanche fatalities bring the season total up to 16 in the state. RELATED: Vail Skier Dies After Freak Chairlift Accident The two victims were riding motorized snowbikes with a friend when all three were caught in a large avalanche. The third person was able to dig themselves out of the debris near the top but the other two were carried