Josh Jespersen | Accidental Activism
After duty as a Navy SEAL, Josh Jespersen came home and found comfort in long days outside in the mountains. As his connection solidified, so did his understanding of the threats to these landscapes, and his fight became one to protect wild places. His modus operandi is to continue showing up, whether that’s going to rallies, writing or speaking to government, or simply just taking someone outside.
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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teton Gravity Research (@tetongravity) on Jan 12, 2020 at 7:01am PST Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has had a January for the ages so far, shattering historic snowfall records with an incredible 126 inches, or 10.5 feet! The previous mid-January record at the resort was a measly 102 inches in 2000, leaps and bounds ahead of the third record in 1995 of 95 inches. RELATED: TGR's First Branded Hotel Experience, The Continuum
There's this great sticker you can buy for your water bottle, it says "be nice, say hi!" It's a great reminder to be a kind human, especially when it's so easy to get wrapped up in our own heads, put headphones in, and ignore the people around us. But don't take it from me, take it from this little shredder who can't help but say hello to everyone on the cat track. Does he let the fact that he's wearing a dog leash and can't run free on the mountain bring him down? NO! He's going to spread
Perisher Ski Resort bringing their snow guns to the fight. Reuters photo. Selwyn Ski Resort in Australia suffered extreme fire damage earlier this month due to the bushfires ravaging the country. Thredbo and Perisher, two resorts just 30 miles south of Selwyn, are facing the same fate unless they can deter the flames in time. To do this, they have started employing their snow guns. RELATED: Read About the Devastating Australian Fires Both ski resorts are in the predicted fire path and