This Issue

Short Swings! starts with some contrarian thoughts about the Beijing Olympics. It’ll be interesting to see if you agree with Jon’s observations. They’re followed by news and other curiosities related to the world of skiing.

Herb Stevens, the Skiing Weatherman, explains why snow is happening in some sections of mountain country and what to expect, weather-wise, over the coming weeks.

Randy Johnson, who writes extensively about skiing south of the Mason-Dixon Line, recommends that overnighting at ski areas is better when staying at an historic inn or hotel. In this installment, he identifies several in New England. His recommendations for other parts of the country will appear in the next issue.

Don Burch’s most recent video production delivers a fast-paced artistic impression of his most recent ski outings. It’s another Winter winner.

Writer/cartoonist, Mike Roth, provide some thoughts and guidance about skiing in the trees. Be sure to check out his funny Glade Skiing illustration. His cartoon depicting a ski story sent in by Carole Gray of the U.K., captures the nightmarish scenario perfectly!

Check out the summary of the March-April issue of Skiing History magazine, the new Test Your Skiing Knowledge challenge, and the ski-themed license plates added to our growing gallery.

One Comment

  1. Dear Editors,

    I happily contributed to Seniors Skiing today. I would prefer not to receive a thank you gift.


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