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  • To Race by Dog
  • To Race by Dog

    In Priest Lake, men and dogs revel in speed and the silence of winter forests.
      When Bob Yanecek first discovered sled-dog racing about 10 years ago, he hiked into the Idaho woodlands and staked out a spot at the edge of a trail. His wife had dragged him to the races at Priest La
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  • Pint of Dreams
  • Pint of Dreams

    Jones Radiator believes if it pours them, the bridge will come. Plus, Petunia's Marketplace.
      In 1921, during the early years of the automobile, a small garage on East Sprague called Jones Radiator serviced Spokane’s earliest wheels. On Nov. 18, 2010, in the era of the microbrew, the
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  • Beginner's Pluck
  • Beginner's Pluck

    Given how easy skiing and snowboarding are now, your excuses for not getting out there are dwindling rapidly.
      If you’re like me (lazy), your friends have constantly hounded you about getting “up on the mountain” and really “letting ’er rip.” Strapping myself to some wood an
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  • The Mountain Report
  • The Mountain Report

    Tips for newbies and veterans headed to local ski areas.
      Whitefish Mountain Resort Maybe you’ve mastered the slopes at the local resorts years ago. Or maybe you just really like driving to Montana. Whatever the reason, Whitefish Mountain Resort coul
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  • Calvin and Hobbesian Choices
  • Calvin and Hobbesian Choices

    Thirteen places to sled this winter.
      Weather forecasters are predicting epic snow this winter — possibly of the kind and amount we saw two years ago. That’s good news for skiers, snowboarders and others who flock to the mount
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  • The Powder Diaries
  • The Powder Diaries

    An experienced adventurer takes us into the depths of Fernie snowcat skiing.
      If it’s not fun, I’m not doing it. That’s the motto of Canadian Kim Sedrovic. Or, as his kids call him, “Mr. Fun.”Sedrovic and his wife are the owners of Fernie Wildernes
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  • Winter on the Rocks
  • Winter on the Rocks

    How to leave your living room and love the ice.
      We’re nearing that season when local news stations lug their “Snowpocalypse” graphics from out of cold storage. Alas, TV binging is only enthralling for so long, meaning you’re
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  • Wild Horses Can Drag Him
  • Wild Horses Can Drag Him

    The horse is galloping 40 mph - while Cody Smith gleefully clings to a rope behind.
      It’s a lunatic sport, really. It’s waterskiing on land. It’s rodeo on ice. It’s the classic 6-year-old’s scheme to have his dog tow him on his cross-country skis, but wit
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  • The Shoe Fits
  • The Shoe Fits

    A great big shoe for great big fun.
      Snowshoeing is a futuristic act of the past. You see, thousands of years ago, humans were strapping some impossible contraptions to their feet to walk upon the snow, slowly trudging out into the wilde
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