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You’re Going To Want This Treehouse For Your Ski House

We all love our tiny homes and adventure vans, but it's too rare that we get to see a real, live treehouse for adults. But the guys over at Treehouse Masters built up this sick treehouse deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest near Crystal Mountain designed as a family ski house.

RELATED: The Cinder Cone might be the treehouse that can't be topped

With an outdoor fireplace, 200 square-foot deck, hidden bedroom, and all sandwiched on top of an old Douglas Fir with a hanging double chair to boot, it's a place you'll definitely wish was yours.

From The Column: Base Camp

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Trump, Kim Jong-Un Agree to Go Halfsies on 2018-19 Epic Pass
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Trump, Kim Jong-Un Agree to Go Halfsies on 2018-19 Epic Pass

Trump, Kim Jong-Un Agree to Go Halfsies on 2018-19 Epic Pass

SINGAPORE — After tense, multilateral negotiations, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un reached an historic agreement Monday to go halfsies on an Epic Pass for the 2018/19 ski season.  The landmark agreement followed days of complex negotiations where both sides dug in their heels over a wide range of issues. Reports indicate the main point of contention revolved around whether to go with the full Epic Pass or to just go with one of the cheaper, local offerings. 

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Deep Powder Snow: The Philosophy of Dolores LaChapelle
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Deep Powder Snow: The Philosophy of Dolores LaChapelle

Deep Powder Snow: The Philosophy of Dolores LaChapelle

— D.L. Three years into my quest to find a copy of Dolores LaChapelle’s , I was finally on the cusp of unearthing the elusive tome. My search had led me to Powell’s Books, in Portland, Oregon, and as I closed in on my quarry, I felt the weight of a multi-year journey begin to lift. Out of print since 1993, was — and is — hard to find, and over the years the volume has gained legendary status as one of the best philosophical/academic examinations of powder skiing ever written. Today,

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A Ski Bum’s (Realistic) Guide to a Productive Offseason
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A Ski Bum’s (Realistic) Guide to a Productive Offseason

A Ski Bum’s (Realistic) Guide to a Productive Offseason

We're solidly into the summer months. What little skiing is left is (mostly) subpar, but that's okay! You have the next few months to dedicate to other pastimes like getting a tan, shaving regularly wearing less than three layers of clothing and regularly feeling your extremities. So in honor of the snowpack going the way of the dinosaur, here's a practical guide–from one bum to another–on how to kill all that free time you'll have now that your every waking moment isn't dedicated to gliding