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Posts Tagged ‘skiing’

I’m With Stupid – April 14, 2017

GRAND IS TOTALLY MORE EPIC THAN EPIC
by Todd Hartley

Yesterday was my friend’s birthday, and while I wished him a happy one, I neglected to mention that I thought he, as a resident of Waitsfield, Vermont, and a shareholder in Mad River Glen ski area, might want to rally his troops right now and get ready for battle.

The way things are going, it’s only a matter of time before one or the other of skiing’s new behemoths is going to want to buy Waitsfield’s beloved but curmudgeonly local hill, and Mad River better know how it plans to respond. Read the rest of this entry →

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04 2017

I’m With Stupid – March 24, 2017

ASPEN SHOULD RACE TO KEEP RACES IN TOWN
by Todd Hartley

Well, that was fun, wasn’t it? We should do that more often, by which I mean every winter.

If you weren’t in Aspen last week, you missed out on a heck of a party during the World Cup finals. It was the biggest sporting event in the city’s history, and I think Aspen knocked it out of the park. Things really couldn’t have gone much better.

The races were exciting, with plenty of drama; the courses held up beautifully, despite temperatures in the 60s; and the weather — well, if there’s such a thing as too perfect, a week in March with nary a cloud certainly qualifies. Read the rest of this entry →

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I’m With Stupid – February 22, 2014

SHE’S GOT A GOLDMINE, AND I GOT THE SHAFT
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallEditor’s note: The following is written entirely in the local Roaring Fork Valley dialect of Skibonics, the language of ski bums. Readers who aren’t ski bums may need a 12-year-old’s help comprehending certain words and phrases.

So, about that epic beater I took a week and a half ago: It wasn’t my fault; it was Aspen Mountain’s fault. If Ajax hadn’t been skiing so well, I might not have been behaving like such an idiot and probably wouldn’t have fallen into a mine shaft. Read the rest of this entry →

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02 2014

I’m With Stupid – February 7, 2014

WHAT DOES THE FOX MEAN, STEWY?
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallMy wife has always believed that seeing a fox is good luck. I would argue, based on my encounters with the creatures, that foxes are not so much harbingers of good luck as they are signs that one has done something good or chosen the proper path. In any event, my wife and I both seem to agree that there’s something mystical about foxes, and I always consider it a treat to see one. Just keep that in mind as I proceed.

For you see, the real subject of this column, sadly, isn’t foxes; it’s the much heftier and serious topic of suicide. Read the rest of this entry →

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02 2014

I’m With Stupid – April 19, 2013

ASPEN HIGHLANDS’ WORST POWDER DAY EVER
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallI guess I believe in global warming. I mean, I don’t want to, but in the face of what is basically indisputable evidence, I kind of have to. Still, I’ve always clung to the hope that maybe the planet has just been in a cyclical warm spell for the past two decades. Perhaps, I thought, if we just had a really cold winter or two, the ice caps and glaciers would grow, the pine beetles would die, and the whole global-warming thing would prove to be a false alarm along the lines of Y2K.

In light of recent events, however, I’m forced to admit that global warming is all too real. Read the rest of this entry →

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04 2013

I’m With Stupid – April 12, 2013

AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL, OR MAYBE NOT
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallI know you’re going to find this hard to believe, but I’ve actually done precious little modeling in my day. That may seem shocking, given my rugged good looks, ripped abs and flowing mane of thick, lustrous hair, but it’s true.

This is not to say that I’ve never been a model, mind you. I’m sure some of you remember me from my days as the face of the Sporting News preseason NFL television-viewing guide.

What’s that? You don’t remember? That’s a little surprising because I was kind of a big deal. Read the rest of this entry →

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04 2013

I’m With Stupid – March 29, 2013

BRECKENRIDGE SKIER BOWLING AND TELLURIDE TIME
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallMy son’s school was on spring break this week, so we did what any proper ski-town family is supposed to do for vacation and visited other ski towns. This might seem counterintuitive to people who live in, say, factory towns, as they would probably never consider vacationing in similar burgs, but the skiing addiction mandates that when it’s time to take a break from skiing, you go ski somewhere else.

Our first stop was Breckenridge, which I last skied about 23 years ago. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2013

I’m With Stupid – March 23, 2012

SKIING TELETUBBIES AND THE DEATH OF SPONTANEITY
by Todd Hartley

Last week I wrote a column about skiing – specifically my fat rump skiing Corbet’s Couloir at Jackson Hole. It was a little self-serving, admittedly, but it wasn’t originally intended to be that way. In fact, the whole reason I wrote a column about skiing in the first place was to discuss a relatively new trend in the ski world that I find utterly ridiculous. Unfortunately, I got so caught up in praising myself that I totally forgot to talk about what I meant to talk about, so this week, I’m going to talk about it. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2012

I’m With Stupid – March 16, 2012

MIDDLE-AGED FAT GUY FINALLY CONQUERS CORBETT’S
by Todd Hartley

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, and I think my son might be confusing leprechauns with the Easter Bunny. I heard him and his friend discussing something about how leprechauns now offer a choice of a pot of gold or – for people unfamiliar with the concept of purchasing power – lots of candy. He’s going to be very disappointed when he not only doesn’t get candy, but the only pot of gold he sees comes as a result of once again failing to flush.

But that’s not what I came to talk about today. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2012

I’m With Stupid – June 3, 2011

BURY MY HEART (BUT NOT THE REST OF ME) AT WOUNDED KNEE
by Todd Hartley

Here’s a word for you all to consider: taphephobia. That’s the fear of being buried alive. When you hear people talk about irrational fears, taphephobia is by no means one of them. Fearing spiders is irrational, at least until you get bit by a black widow. Fearing being buried alive is very, very rational. In fact, if that’s something you’re not afraid of, you’re kind of an idiot. Oh, you may be a brave idiot, but rest assured (as you will see) that you are an idiot nonetheless. Read the rest of this entry →

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