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by Kimberly Joines on Monday Feb 08 2010

 

Hey Rossland,

Another few weeks have passed, and a lot has happened in my world.  I just returned home from the first part of the World Cup Circuit, and for me, the first races of the season.  It was a bit of a roller coaster ride, so I’ve returned home with some mixed emotions. 

For me (according to my coaches), the first part of the circuit was meant to be approached as...

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 03 2010

Snowboarder Ian Lockey travels the world competing in his sport but February 6 & 7 he will perform at his local hill, Red Mountain.

“I have mixed feelings about competing at home,” Ian commented. “While I like not having to travel, competing in front of friends and family puts the pressure on.”

Ian adapted well to the pressure this past weekend on the Canadian Adaptive...

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 03 2010

Snowboarder Ian Lockey travels the world competing in his sport but February 6 & 7 he will perform at his local hill, Red Mountain.

“I have mixed feelings about competing at home,” Ian commented. “While I like not having to travel, competing in front of friends and family puts the pressure on.”

Ian adapted well to the pressure this past weekend on the Canadian Adaptive...

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 03 2010

Snowboarder Ian Lockey travels the world competing in his sport but February 6 & 7 he will perform at his local hill, Red Mountain.

“I have mixed feelings about competing at home,” Ian commented. “While I like not having to travel, competing in front of friends and family puts the pressure on.”

Ian adapted well to the pressure this past weekend on the Canadian Adaptive...

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 03 2010

Snowboarder Ian Lockey travels the world competing in his sport but February 6 & 7 he will perform at his local hill, Red Mountain.

“I have mixed feelings about competing at home,” Ian commented. “While I like not having to travel, competing in front of friends and family puts the pressure on.”

Ian adapted well to the pressure this past weekend on the Canadian Adaptive...

by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 28 2010

As with most small mountain towns in BC, Rossland sits squarely in and is surrounded by prime real estate when it comes to our big black friends in the forest. While certainly not desired, it’s not entirely uncommon to see the occasional black bear strolling through town. Rossland has been perhaps lucky over the past number of years to have not had any major bear/human interactions to have...

by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 28 2010

As with most small mountain towns in BC, Rossland sits squarely in and is surrounded by prime real estate when it comes to our big black friends in the forest. While certainly not desired, it’s not entirely uncommon to see the occasional black bear strolling through town. Rossland has been perhaps lucky over the past number of years to have not had any major bear/human interactions to have...

by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 28 2010

As with most small mountain towns in BC, Rossland sits squarely in and is surrounded by prime real estate when it comes to our big black friends in the forest. While certainly not desired, it’s not entirely uncommon to see the occasional black bear strolling through town. Rossland has been perhaps lucky over the past number of years to have not had any major bear/human interactions to have...

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