The Stuffing

By:  Greg
November 28, 2013 11:35 am | Category: Quick Update, Skiing

The second most important thing to be thankful about on Thanksgiving? Definitely the stuffing.
the stuffing

Lucky for all of us the mountains of Vermont were stuffed with white stuffing for Thanksgiving this year, giving us lots to be thankful for.
stuffed with white stuffing

white stuffing

The FIRST and most important thing to be thankful for on Thanksgiving though is your family and friends who love and support you. Skiing is an individual sport; there’s no getting around that; you shred the Nair by yourself no matter how many bros and bras you skin up with, or high five at the bottom of your run, or clink beers with at the end of the day. But that experience you get in the snow would be entirely unsatisfying if it wasn’t for the companionship of your true ski buddies and support network. Make sure you’re stuffing them with thanks, and they know how thankful you are for them this year. Here I’ll start: Thanks for skiing with me KC, AJ, Porter, Peter, Jessie, Jake, Dwayne, Wayne, Sam, Allen, Ben, Mom, Dad, Michael and Chrisil. Nothing in my life would be the same without you all!

AJ Shreds the Nair

Maybe the stuffing is the most important thing after all. Happy Thanksgiving!



  1. Jake
    wrote on November 29th, 2013 at 9:07 am  

    I am thankful that when i leave town there are some damn good folks out there making some turns for me.

  2. Peter W
    wrote on November 29th, 2013 at 11:05 am  

    Hi five bros and bras! Very thankful indeed

    love this photo of KC. The gritted grin, the “high of 5” puffy, and the reflection in the goggles.

  3. bushman
    wrote on November 29th, 2013 at 2:59 pm  

    Thanks LH for calling out this system; to Pate and Greg and others coming down in these beautiful shots for sharing them with us; and thanks to others who appreciate the natural high that comes from floating on pow over natural terrain that is hiked with extra weight at great effort, then replenish with the bird, fixings, pies, family and friends. Peace till next one

Please consider visiting our sponsors.

Leave a Reply

(no login required)

Check for email notifications of new comments (valid email required)        

Next (newer) Post:
Random Post Previous (older) Post:
Stay in touch: Click here to follow us on Twitter. Click here to subscribe for updates to be delivered via RSS. Click here to become a fan on Facebook. Click here to read and share real time weather observations. Learn more over at the account. It's awesome. We promise!