#112 – Photographer Chris Burkard

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#112 Chris Burkard Chris Burkard       Chris Burkard is one of the most accomplished and sought after photographers today.  He has become one of those artists where all you need to do is look at one of his photos and you’ll know….” That’s a Burkard”.   He was in Whistler to compete in […]

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#111 – Simon D’Artois

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#111 Simon D’Artois Simon D’Artois       Simon D’Artois is an Olympian and X-Games Gold Medalist halfpipe skier from Whistler BC Canada.  He came to LPP fresh from his experiences at the Peyongchang Olympic games.   We talk about his Olympic recent experience and his thoughts on Elizabeth Swaney, the Hungarian “skier” who can […]

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#110 Michelle Parker – Forced Spontaneity

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#110 Michelle Parker Forced Spontaneity Michelle Parker       Michelle Parker has been on the list of guests we’ve wanted to connect with or a long time and we were not disappointed!  Over the course of the conversation,  the Tahoe City native talked about her commitment to community.  She says, “It’s probably the most […]

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#105 – Greg Hill – Leading the “Charge”

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#105 Greg Hill Leading the “Charge” with Sustainable Adventure Full Podcast Episode       UPDATE!! Watch – The Curve of Time:   Skier, Guide, and Environmentalist Greg Hill,  is leading the way in figuring out what we can do to become sustainable adventurers.  It’s a a theme that is building momentum within our community […]

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#104 McKenna Peterson Is Your Captain

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#104 – McKenna Peterson Is Your Captain       McKenna Peterson’s life has been very closely tied to and influenced by her family.  In the Winter she grew up in Sun Valley Idaho skiing with her parents and her siblings.  In the Summer the clan hopped on a commercial fishing boat and sailed North […]

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