by saludares - Feb 25, 2013
Pros: Great terrain and lots of groomed powder runs
Cons: Still some old chairlifts that need upgrades
Source: Devils Head
Skiing, snowboarding, cycling, boating or canoeing, fishing, my two dogs walking, swimming & frisbee catching, camping, and most outdoor fun activities. On the Winter Season of 2010-2011 I have learned to snowboard and loving it just like with my skis. So, I can ride with both flavors now...good to have both options: skiing and snowboarding.
I grew up in a tropical climate of the Philippines, next to white sand beaches, vast oceans, and forests mountains. However, once I've learned skiing and snowboarding, I have come to appreciate both flavors of snow sports. I learned to ski (with my coworkers) on the slope of Mt. Etna Volcanoes when they were still open (Mt. Etna Sud "South" & Nord "North" sides ski resorts) of Sicily Italy on the Winter of 1994 to 1995 while being on active military service in the Navy on my first duty station in the Air Base of NAS Sigonella, Sicily Italy. I got out of the service in 1997 to pursue another profession into becoming an Electrical and Electronic Engineer. Then, I continued my education with Master degrees in which I was very blessed to finish two of them: Master of Project Management (MPM) and Master of Business Administration (MBA). I work in a life safety division of Honeywell Corporation as Reliability and Quality Engineer. I love outdoor activities rather than computer games. Mostly skiing & snowboarding during Winter seasons, biking, fishing, canoeing, basketball, tennis, and camping from Spring, Summer, & Fall seasons, with family & friends. I am now definitely living to the fullest by appreciating all the outdoor activities during Spring, Summer, & Fall, and the ski resort hills and mountains for Winter seasons.
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