Oh yeah 2010
I hope everyone had an amazing New Year celebration
and you are full steam ahead for all the great
things 2010 are going to bring you.
have been flat out ripping up the hills on my sled and skis; it has been an awesome
start to 2010. As many of you know, one of my new passions is creating videos.
I have been lucky enough to turn this into a job working for the BC Bike Race,
Adera Development and all the amazing companies I get to work with through sponsorship.The
best part about creating videos is taking people on a journey and showcasing
what I do.
Here are a couple of videos from the last week which I am extremely proud of.
Check them out here: ww.noronalife.com/blog/2010/01/sweet-days/
And here is some
fun skiing off the sled on a beautiful day with my
good friend, John Syslak. We are putting all your rad gear through the ringer.
I have also been guiding with Ray Mason
and Totally Awesome Adventures out of Pemberton,
BC. This place is a Mecca for amazing riding
and skiing and just this past weekend we led
a group of a 11 people up the Hurley to Hope
Creek. The snow was up to our chest in places,
so I spent a lot of time getting people unstuck!
If you or anyone else you know would like to experience
a very cool backcountry adventure, just e-mail
me at email@example.com.
The skiing in the backcountry has also been amazing
and Kim and I have been getting out a ton. Kim
is ripping after her ACL surgery last May and it
is so good to see her doing what she loves so much!
Check out this cool sled-ski-tour
The next few weeks I will be outside playing
and inside on Breakfast Television and Urban Rush
talking about what clothing to wear while your
out watching the Olympics and some promo safety
stuff on being out in the backcountry.
You also may have seen my Injury Free Zone commercial
playing on TV throughout the province. I have had
lots of fantastic feedback on it and glad everyone
is enjoying it so much. If you have not seen it
Well that is all from me. I hope that wherever
you are, you are enjoying life to the fullest
and having fun!
That is what it is all about!