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Ski T-Shirt Fashion Show.

ski diva

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Now that the weather's warming up, it's time to break out our favorite ski T-shirts.

This year I picked up a cool one from Magic, here in Vermont. It says "Take The Road Less Traveled."


And a couple years ago, I got this one from Big Sky (if I remember correctly, @MissySki got the same one; we were at Diva West):


What about you? Do you have any cool skiing T-shirts you'd like to show off?
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Angel Diva
Oh fun! I’ll add a few over the weekend!

ski diva

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BTW, this would be a good place to remind everyone that TheSkiDiva store sells T-shirts (and other stuff), too. Go here.


Angel Diva
I only have one, too, and it's not even directly ski specific.


There IS also this lovely, commemorative, custom-made cross between a t-shirt and a sweatshirt. It's from a former coworker, who got a VERY similar one from me 30 years ago or so, when she broke her arm on a Grand Canyon rafting trip and had to be helicoptered out.



Ski Diva Extraordinaire
I have quite a few ski related shirts, but I'd have to say my two favorites are the ones I created after two international trips. I don't have photos of the actual shirts, but I think the renderings will serve the purpose...

This one is from St. Anton. There's a little area called Rendl that's part of Ski Arlberg. You take a gondola out of town to get to the base of Rendl. There's a bunch of beach chairs facing some amazing views, and I can only imagine what it's like on on a nice, sunny, day. They call this flat base area Rendl Beach. We didn't get sunny weather there, but we did get some amazing fresh snow....so it easily became our group's favorite area.

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Last summer we went to Portillo, Chile. Chile is in an area known for alpacas, and Portillo is known for their slingshot lifts...so with a little Photoshopping, I made this graphic of my group of friends getting pulled by an alpaca.



Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Thanks @VickiK. The first one was just with the clipart available...and I decided to step it up a notch for the next. We'll see what future trips will bring...

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