WildSnow Weekend — Merry Christmas 2016


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | December 25, 2016      
The Swedes say feeding the birds on Christmas Day brings good luck.  With snow in our forecast, we just may agree.

The Swedes say feeding the birds on Christmas Day brings good luck. With snow in our forecast, we just may agree.

Merry Christmas from the WildSnow crew. Many thanks for reading our posts and embellishing them with your comments. We wish you every success, and fabulous adventures in 2017.

Week in review, December 19 to 23, 2016:

New Fritschi Ski Touring Bindings for 2017-2018 — Tecton and Evo — Wow

More Backcountry Gift Ideas — Scott Celeste2 Boots, Flowfold Duffel, and Boot Dryers

Skiing with Bison — Womens Backcountry Clinic, Yellowstone Ski Tours

New Salomon X-Alp Ski Touring Boot, Skis, Binding — 2017-2018

We’ve been posting Christmas cards and gift lists for quite a few years, a look back is amusing.

Our first ‘official’ WildSnow Christmas blog post was back in 2004, lots of years of blogging… it’s been fun and we’re still going strong.



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2 Responses to “WildSnow Weekend — Merry Christmas 2016”

  1. Michael December 25th, 2016 5:03 pm

    Merry Christmas, Lou and Lisa! Wish all the best for you this year.

    I must have been a good boy with new Wailers, Ion 12’s and “The Alaska Factor 2.”

  2. Lisa Dawson December 27th, 2016 6:16 am

    Michael,
    Good boy indeed! Santa made some smart choices. Enjoy!





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