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Warm temperatures slow grooming…

Warm temperatures slow grooming…

On Friday, March 10th, Tibetan Uprising Day, after reflecting on the Tibetan proverb, “The wise pursue understanding, fools follow the reports of others”, Davinius has suspended grooming at Alturas and will be flagging bunny races on the untracked slopes of North Cabin Creek. O...
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Best Laid Plans

Best Laid Plans

"The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry…" -Robert Burns, To a Mouse "I love it when a plan comes together."  -Hannibal, The A TeamPossibly the most important quality to possess in Stanley is flexibility.  I look ahead at my day, the week...
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Return of the Night Music

Return of the Night Music

I see it as soon as I open my eyes. Something in the way the growing daylight is distorting through the glass, playing on the ceiling. Is it the pawing elk, the nervous flooded out beaver, or the wise faced foxes? Something is alive out there and moving, something familiar but obscured in recent mem...
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Well, he’s just an excitable boy!

Well, he’s just an excitable boy!

From the journals of ski history, on January 20th, 1156, Lalli, a good skier with a bad temper, and the fourteenth most famous Finn of all time, strapped on his skis and chased Bishop Henry across frozen Lake Köyliönjärvi where cut off his head with an ax.
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"IT WAS COLD AND BARREN..."

"IT WAS COLD AND BARREN..."

On Sunday, January 8th, Davinius read the last few pages of The Woman in White, closed the book’s cover, and left his snow cave alongside Alturas lake hoping to do a bit of trail grooming.
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