Still in my board shorts after a long day of surfing in Hanalei Bay, Kauai, I hopped on the red eye headed back to my home base in Sun Valley, Idaho. Ready for more summer, I walked out of the Boise airport, and I was greeted outside by cold that cut straight to the bone. A shock to the system for sure, but it got me stoked on the season. I was back home for 48hrs which gave me time to say “hi” to my dad, unpack, re-pack, and mount up my new skis, before I hit the road again to spend some time with my Brother and ski with him in summit county. I did a quick stop in Salt Lake City to see some friends and I ended up taking a day to ski at Brighton with my good friend Dex Mills. After another day in the car, I grabbed my brother in Boulder, and we headed towards the snow. I had a great time skiing in Summit County, and spending his Thanksgiving break skiing with him. Now, with ten days in, I think my feet are finally accepting that they’re going to have to be in ski boots the next 5-6 months.
From Sandals To Ski Boots
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