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Woven stone… and a cave under

I am making turns on a fresh norwegian moss, when I see something strange. A dramatic outgrowth of moss on a rock? No, it was art wrapping! The Woven Stone by Lise Wulff, a norwegian ecoartist. And a cave underneath!

A cave by Finnish standards, of course. Maybe a meter and half long.

Photos and videos (c) 2017 by Jari Arkko. This blog is also available at the Blogspot site. Video editing on and sounds licensed from Apple iMovie. See discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-4201

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Skiers Slides Down the Entire Length of Corbet’s Couloir
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Skiers Slides Down the Entire Length of Corbet’s Couloir

Skiers Slides Down the Entire Length of Corbet’s Couloir

We are the Jerry of the Day and Jackass generation, we can't help but look when we see a gnarly crash or the latest post from kook slams. We are not unlike Pavlov's Dog, trained to laugh and giggle at someone else's misfortune. Today, that person is sliding down the entire length of Corbet's Couloir. 

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Johnny Collinson Rides His Harley to the Mountain
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Johnny Collinson Rides His Harley to the Mountain

Johnny Collinson Rides His Harley to the Mountain

Johnny Collinson has always gone his own way. From his unusual upbringing in Snowbird employee housing to becoming one of the youngest people to complete the seven summits, this long-haired free spirit finds his own path. This always holds true with his ride to the mountain. Late in the season, Johnny uses his Harley to cruise up Little Cottonwood Canyon, making his commute extra special. 

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Post, David Hit Peak-Flow in the BC Alpenglow
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Post, David Hit Peak-Flow in the BC Alpenglow

Post, David Hit Peak-Flow in the BC Alpenglow

"Bluebird. Powder. That's pretty much what we're all chasing," TJ David says in this beautiful short by Kastle Ski of his time sessioning Northern BC with Griffin Post and Skeena Heli.   "It's that combination of light, slope, and location — and the people I'm with," David continues. "When that all comes together, it's really pretty rare. That's when you have that moment that keeps you hooked, that keeps you pursuing the ski thing."