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Second Issue 2010, June, Vol 22 #2
On The Cover: This 1935 lithograph was created by
artist Molly Luce to promote winter sports in Yosemite National Park,
which billed itself as the “Snow Capital of California.”
It belongs to the Mason Beekley Collection at the Mammoth Ski Museum
in Mammoth Lakes, California. To purchase a reproduction poster, go
Five Generations in Aspen by Jay Cowan
The Marolts are hometown heroes in a town where that status isn’t
easy to earn.
Miracle on Snow by Andy Bigford
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team won a record 21 medals at the
2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Out of Many, One by Byron Rempel
Canada was the first country outside of Europe to form a national ski
Skiing Heritage Week, memories of Tremblant and the Rustler
News from ISHA: New partnership between
ISHA and the U.S. Ski Hall of Fame
Snapshots in Time: Tax shelters, heel thrusts and high-speed
quads by John Fry
Website News: Vancouver Olympics boost Website traffic by
Museum News: New exhibit at Alf Engen Museum in Utah; updates
from New England
Where Are They Now?
High-flying Corky Fowler is back on the slopes at Bridger Bowl
after a 25-year hiatus; by Seth Masia
William Kingsbury Pitcher scouted ski terrain across
the country and is still helping to run his Wolf Creek ski area in Colorado;
by Dinah Witchel
After World War II, the Sky Tavern near Lake Tahoe was a leading
destination resort for film stars and other celebrities; by Mark MacLaughlin
The Industry: Ski Wax
From pine tar to high-tech fluorocarbons, ski waxing has come a long
way since Scandinavian ski-sport and Sierra longboards; by Seth Masia
On Dartmouth, the Crazy Canucks and Ultimate Skiing technique
Long Thongs: Starting an Aspen inn during the late 1950s; by
Fifth in a series of adventures adapted from the 1984 book Days
of Stein and Roses.
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