Fellow snow loving, skiing/riding San Franciscans. I’ll be checking out this new Teton Gravity Research ski movie on Thursday night (Giants won’t be playing), and it’d be awesome to see you all there!
What: San Francisco premiere of Almost Ablaze
When: Thursday, October 23. Early Show: doors at 6:00, show at 6:30. Late Show: doors at 8:30, show at 9:15.
Where: Palace of Fine Arts
How Much: $18 advance, $20 day of show. Early show tickets only $7 for ages 16 and under (available at the door).
Details: COMP M-F lift ticket to Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows for EVERYONE in attendance (non-holiday). PLUS, a COMP M-F lift ticket to Mt. Bachelor!!!
Parents…did you see that? Tickets only $7 for your little ripper. I’ll be there with my boys, so if you see me, make sure to say hi. Tell your friends.
For more details, and to buy tickets, follow this link.
PRAY FOR SNOW!!
Imagine if the British had won…
I hope the fog lifts so San Francisco gets a firework display, rather than a colorful cloud show. Me, I’m outta here, seeking 90+ degree weather, high altitude, blue water, mt bike trails, and eventually my kids.
Be safe. Drive safe. Drink Safe. Have a great weekend.
The entire Bay Area is teeming with ski fever. More ski racks are showing up on cars, fleece and Gore-tex wear is on the rise, and non-stop chatter about ski leases is everywhere. But wait! Perhaps you should think more along the lines of an Ocean Beach ski lease.
With a new swell on the way, and increased crowds out at Ocean Beach here in San Francisco, perhaps this will get your ski fix on, and wave count up?
“Me and my friend, we just started to have hecka fun…”
“The last wave that I caught…it was SO huge…it was like, like 10-15 feet!”
Hats off to the San Francisco locals that made this happen. Good stuff to warm your soul, and remind ourselves of the great people that live in our area. Chasing waves is certainly better for our youth than being chased by gang violence.
Put this on my list of things I would love to do, and never will.
Makes all of us “hard core” (I use that term very loosely) Tahoe skiers look like a bunch of pansies, doesn’t it.