Yes, it's time once again to play Where's Tog?
Perhaps there are some clues out there?
When will he surface for this seasons fun? Any guesses?
Well, that would indeed be bad form for an instructor IF it were him skiing so far in the backseat
The horseman doesn't seem to be exhibiting picture perfect equestrian skills either
so.....I'm going with "C"
he's the horse (and looking damn good doing it too )
Hey you guys this is no time for levity, this is getting serial.
Last I knew he was on his way to Fort Arid to help repel the Riffians.
I just hope that he is not lost, wandering aimlessly with foggy goggles in a white out.
He knows to head for the trees.....
Ok, ok...currently back from hibernation! Thanks for the inquiry.
It's been rough....
I'm thinking of working on a remake of this movie made in 2000: Icebreaker:
(Could not make this up...we thought helmet threads were questionable...)
Maybe we could shoot it at Magic? -playing off Stratton and Bromley also.
If you thought the above summary was bad, check out the storyline:
Matt Foster, son of a cleaner, realizes his fiancée Meg's wealthy father Bill considers him, a 'Ski Patrol Bum' in the Killington resort, far beneath their social status. Matt gets an unexpected change to prove himself when hey finally planned to announce their wedding plans after nasty criminal Timmy disgusts his hijacked pilot so much that he chooses to crash there. Timmy's boss, medically terminal terrorist Carl Greig, kills him after learning his load, radio active material stolen from Russia, is intact, and has his lieutenant Frantz send in a team to retrieve it. There is also an FBI team on his trail, lead by agent Will Langley, but Matt and a forester are the ones who accidentally face the extremely violent fiends... Written by KGF Vissers
Also, have found these lovely Swarovski crystal studded helmets. It appears that the Lake Tahoe proprietor, Ice Couture, may have gone out of business. Some of them are $2k apiece. Still, aren't our brains worth it?
"Ski like a girl and love it - how women can take control of their ski lives"
-the "Women Skiing and Sports" blog (now closed)
This season has already had a better start than last year - which isn't saying much, but is illustrated by this video:
(can't get the embed to work)