Steve Baldwin



Average rating: 3.54 · 198 ratings · 27 reviews · 21 distinct works
From Crayons to Condoms: Th...

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The Myth Of Community Care:...

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How to Make PVC Pipe Furnit...

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Needs Assessment and Commun...

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Alcohol Education and Young...

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Alcohol Education & Offenders

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“...Following the bird you lay into a deep turn in the steepening descent. It [the snow] is super soft, bottomless and amazingly light, yet supportive. It feels like something in between floating on top, and within the top of a deep-pile carpet as you link turn after turn down the open glacier. Each side of you are fellow riders, though not too close, whooping with exhilaration and flying down, down towards the valley below. The pitch gets steeper and the slope widens out, with seemingly endless space to the sides and an untracked oblivion ahead and beneath you. Each turn is delicious softness; you can almost feel every snow crystal reacting with the base of your skis. Those skis feel like extensions of your feet, and you connect with the mountain through a portal link created by the snowpack, as the spray from the turn hangs in the air behind you...”
Steve Baldwin, Snow Tales and Powder Trails: Adventures on Skis



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