I smell the presence of snow. Tiny crystals of water float loosely in heavy crisp air. Each breath refreshes and soothes the cavities of my nose with moisture. The maturing fall season triggers a conditioned reflex response. I salivate for my first turns on untracked pristine white snow.
My friend, Ben in Peru is thinking like a leader. He and some of his pals have started a ministry called Inca Thaki which uses Snowboards on sand dunes… a.k.a. “sandboarding.”
Mountain biking in a region ravaged by beetle kill this week reminded me that much of life is learning to live with change…
Missions and snowboarding have a couple things in common. Missions is about making new tracks. There are risks, but the reward is worth it.
Donned with oodles of L.E.D. lighting in his snowsuit, Hughes glides through the night with jaw-dropping elegance.
Aaron Coret had a paralyzing accident on a snow board, yet instead of giving up, decided to turn his disability into a gift to serve the boarding community by designing a landing pad to try new tricks before testing them on the real white stuff.