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“it’s not what you do but how you do it.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“Continue to lead from the front. Do what must be done.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“from Goethe, “‘Be bold, and mighty forces will come to your aid.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“The unconscious meandering led him unconsciously to the water—his body made of it, his soul called by it.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“listen to the sway of the tree and breathe the dances of the star.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“Passion over paychecks.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“realize the uncaged animal inside human form.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“All I know,” continued Mike the mustached ski bum, “is that a world with more human light than starlight doesn’t feel like a good thing.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“it is every human being’s right, every once in a while, to get lost. For if you never get lost, what can you ever truly find?”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“doing what they’d choose to do today if tomorrow it would all be gone.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“on the mountain, a crazy, creative, and explosive skier is never completely without hope. There is always a different route—a new movement, adaption, a full commitment jump-turn, or a “when in doubt, air it out” move to be made, something unique and raw and daring to be thought of and then done.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“From the mountains to the sea, this world is sacred.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“construct lives around feeding a passionate hunger,”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“Big parties were sacred things in the valley, gatherings, times for exchanging ideas and getting closer to God.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“A community of trees,’” he mused from some song he may once have heard, “‘is better than a community of buildings.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“Let go and seek solace in yourself. Go like the water goes.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“Powder over power.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“Right now, you are right here. Don’t let some unimportant, elsewhere thing rob you of it.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“When in doubt, air it out,”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“It is only when a thing is never tried that it is never achieved,”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums
“If the rush never really ends, why not try to escape it? Escape it for a simpler way of things, a slower way of things.”
Jonathan Grant, Snow Valley: Last of the Ski Bums