Tuesday, January 28, 2014

River. Current. Flow. O.


Which fork to take in the river?
Which way shall I go?
I better decide quickly,
Or the current will choose the flow.
Or maybe… it’s taking me exactly where I’m supposed to go.
O.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Friday, January 17, 2014

Gravity. Snow.


A play on pristine places, people and powder. A creative collaboration of Beau Fredlund and Kt Miller. Enjoy :)
‘One can never be bored by powder skiing because it is a special gift of the relationship between earth and sky. It comes in sufficient amounts in particular places, at certain times on this earth; it lasts only a limited amount of time before sun or wind changes it. People devote their lives to it “for the pleasure of being so purely played” by gravity and snow.’ ~Dolores LaChapelle

Monday, January 6, 2014

The End of the Road.

I love this tree. Perched at the top of our conservative skin track it became a transition companion during a day of hot laps through the 1988 Yellowstone burn zone. Frost clung to the wispy twigs holding on to the torched trunk as cross-loading winds blew the snow among us like smoke.


I feel that nature has a subtle way of getting under our skin, as if it brushes our fingertips, creeps into our bloodstream, and pulses through through our bodies in the form of energy and life. Atleast that is how it makes me feel. My recent trip to the end of the road, Cook City, Montana, was exactly that; a little nature to nurture the soul.


Montana never ceases to surprise me, an expanse filled with wrinkles so detailed and vast that I will never be able to fully explore them all. That is the beauty I suppose, and then when you think of it on a global scale… well, that’s just incomprehensible.


The company during the last few weeks has been an absolute delight; old friends, new friends, and strangers alike…


Perched on the Montana Wyoming border the Woody Creek Cabin provided stellar views and superb powder skiing. Definitely hit up Beartooth Powder Guides if you’re in the area, as the terrain and snowpack are complex. A little local knowledge goes a long way…


This guy is a gem. Thanks for the turns Beau.
Stay tuned for the beginning of a short video series!
Ciao for now,
K