Tag: Outdoors

Close Encounters of the Wildlife Kind

Face it, we’re in their territory. And though it’s cool to see animals up close, it’s important to remember that these are not the happy, friendly creatures you’ll find in a Disney animation. Animals have their own rules for behavior, and they don’t necessarily coincide with ours.

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When Lightning Strikes.

Did you know that over the past 30 years, lightning strikes have killed an average of 48 people annually in the US? Okay, in the grand scheme of things, not a huge number (in comparison, there were 38,300 traffic fatalities last year), but if you’ve ever been outdoors during a thunder storm, you know how frightening it can be.

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From The Ski Diva Forum

Any advice for procuring skis and boots for toddlers and pre-schoolers? For example, ages 2, 3 and 4? Is it best to buy and later trade in? Rent for the… [...]

Starting in the pre-season of the 2017-18 season, we had a thread about “old school” ski areas all over N. America. As Divas mentioned places they considered Old School, the… [...]

Hello all you Divas! My husband is retiring next month and we have decided to celebrate by staying in Salt Lake City for January, February and March and skiing Park… [...]

Seems to be an inclination to get parents to realize that mountains that advanced and expert skiers rave about also have green/blue terrain. SkiUtah recently posted an article that feels… [...]

Hey all! I’m trying to decide between the new Nordica Santa Ana 93 or Blizzard Sheeva 9. I learned to ski as a young kid and skied pretty consistently/confidently until… [...]

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