Move to the mountains.
Well, I live just outside Nelson, British Columbia, so I think that qualifies.
Gotten a job in the ski industry.
Nope. Not unless you count the occasional minor engineering thing for Whitewater. I used to teach, and I still maintain my cert, so I would like to get back into it, when I have time and money. Teaching is a tough way to make a living, though.
Increased my ski days.
Always a goal. I'm actually skiing fewer days now than when I lived in Colorado, but now I ski all day (or as long as I want to) when I go. In Colorado, I would ski for an hour and then teach. At the end of the day, I might get in another hour. If I was scheduled to teach, I almost always taught. Very few free days.
Improve my ski skills.
Another never-ending goal. Slower now that I don't have a bunch of patient examiners telling me what to change every day. I'm a much better powder skier than I used to be, though. That's bound to happen if you spend 50-60 days a season at Whitewater.
Got to ski with Dookey.
Nope. Haven't met him. If I did, though, he'd probably see me for the dork I am and refuse to have anything to do with me!
Let's be absolutely clear, TC - I haven't met Phil, either. He, too, would probably think I'm a dork. (He'd be in the majority on that one. I'm an engineer. No personality.) And I have no interest in marrying him.
The bucket list does tend to grow, but there are a few things that aren't ever going to be on it, like marrying Phil and schlepping my skis to Caberfae!
One thing that should be on it: Develop a personality. Tough for us dirt and concrete types, though.