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You can do things the hard way or the easy way. For keen powder skiing addicts this refers to trawling the net for hours and putting the research and the time into finding the best stashes of powder to ski. Or you can just buy this new e-book from Australian world-skiing veteran Richard Ross. The bonus you get from reading a book written by an Aussie is there’s no fluff or bollocks. Australians love to get straight to the fact of the matter, and for skiing, this means getting straight to the best hills all over the world. I love a good info share, myself. It certainly saves me time and money. I think more people need to get into the info sharing business, feel free to leave account numbers and pin numbers in the comments section below. The e-book can be purchase from Apple for $19.99 or on kindle $9.99.

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It was a ski brochure on the Dolomites (Italy) that first stirred Emma's interest in all things ski-related. That endless white moonscape, skiable as far as the eye can see... those geological wonderments. All those hot gluhwein drinks! Promptly quitting her Japanese language teaching job Emma hot-footed it to Austria to become a a ski-instructor, got engaged and did a season alternating between consuming chicken schnitzels and demonstrating the 'alpine position' to English ski students. Whist still not fulfilling her Dolomite ski fantasy, Emma happily lives and breathes her passion, albeit through writing and finds North America and Japan great snow resorts to share with her young family. Particularly the buffalo wings and the okonomiyaki.

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