A Review of The Skiers Gift Book that’s Sweeping the Globe (Sort of) Second Edition
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I had the chance to read ‘The Skier’s Gift Book that’s Sweeping the Globe (Sort of)- Second Edition by Dan Cody. This is a candid recount of what you have to take into account when starting or getting better at skiing.
We skiers are all a special bunch. If we love the sport, we can’t wait till the next time we are up the mountain with our skis on, waiting to do those turns. But to get to know what you are doing, there are lots of things that have to happen first. Like how to dress, how to get comfortable ski boots and good skis, how to get to the resort in one piece, how to carry your equipment without looking like a broken helicopter, how not to finish skiing with the village idiot and so on.
Dan Cody shows here his love of skiing, and like all of us, that really cannot stand waiting for the next season, cannot stop talking about it. Our mission is to convert one skier at a time, even though, sometimes starting skiing and keep on doing, looks like a masochist act!
But there is faith of getting a good skier of every one of us, and “The Skier’s Gift Book that’s Sweeping the Globe (Sort of) – Second Edition does just that.
I have some ideas for maybe Dan’s third edition… like how to learn to do a hockey stop before reaching the mountain hut and not crash into it (I did that trying to be cool while young…. pretty embarrassing) …
This is an excellent Christmas stocking filler gift, for those diehard skiers or those wanabee ones. As a diehard skier, many of these things you know, or you might have experimented yourself. As a newbie, maybe you can be blessed by reading this before and avoiding some huge embarrassment (that we all had had before!)
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