Another Little Ripper Joins the Club

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Backcountry skiing with kids.

Nurturing the brood

Frequent blog commenter and sometime guest blogger Mark Worley has been helping us with for a while now. Luckily, he’s now got another up-and-coming backcountry skier and guest blogger to continue the tradition.

Congratulations to Deanna and Mark on their new baby Sean!

Word is that Mark already has a pair of Dynafits hung over the crib, and the nursery decorated with a Swiss mountain hut interior theme. Word is Mark even shopped for Salewa pj’s, but had to settle for cutting down a Dynafit knit cap.

Backcountry Skiing

The young freeskier receives some hands-on coaching for his next Alaskan spine run.


One Response to “Another Little Ripper Joins the Club”

  1. Mark Worley May 15th, 2009 7:21 pm

    Sean’s headed for backcountry adventure…and the sooner the better. Might just have to get a Kindershuttle and haul the tyke around the snowy slopes for a couple years. Thanks for the kind introduction of our boy.

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