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NevadaGram #200 - Skiing the Rubies, A Foodie in Vegas, Shopping in Winnemucca

Ruby Mountain summits near Elko
Introducing a new section of the NevadaGram, Let's Go Outside with Curtis Fong. "I remember the guide telling us what line he was going to ski and indicating a stop point at the bottom and with specific instructions to ski to the right of his line only. As he skied down below us, my heart was beating faster with excitement and hoping that I don’t blow this and do cartwheels down this face. I dropped and remember making the first 3 turns and feeling the skis slide through the snow as the powder flowed over my boot tops and up and over my knees, feeling each turn and flowing in rhythm, attempting to keep the same radius turns as the guide, and, also trying to remember to breathe.Read more

Most Recent Nevada Correspondence

Nevada Correspondence - March 2018

In this edition:   Carson Valley, Elko, Ely, Las Vegas, Laughlin, Lincoln County, North Lake Tahoe, Pahrump, Reno, South Lake Tahoe, Sparks   Carson Valley                                                           Leo On the morning of February 2nd last month, “Punxsutawney Phil,” the legendary weather predicting groundhog saw his shadow.  This, according to folklore, means we’ll have 6 more weeks of winter.  However, here in Carson Valley, my pet guinea pig “Leo” did not see his shadow the morning of February 2nd. To us that means spring is right around the corner! So my thoughts naturally drifted towards all of the fun ways to really get out and see Carson Valley, as the season begins to change. Soar with the Eagles                        Aerial view of Carson Valley (foreground), the Carson Range, Lake Tahoe, and the Sierra Crest on the horizon Down on the ground here, it is hard to get a good idea of just how big the entire valley really is.Read more

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First Tracks with Curtis Fong

Tahoe Adventure Guide Curtis Fong

Tour Nevada's Snow with Ski Guide Curtis Fong Curtis Fong is a member of the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame, the US Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame and the International Skiing Heritage Association. He is Vice President of Programs in the West Region of the North American Snowsports Journalists Association and recently received the NASJA Mitch Kaplan Award for Excellence in Snowsports Coverage. For 25 years he has broadcast on radio and television with his “The Guy From Tahoe” Mountain Resort Reports on KTHO Radio AM590/96.1FM and on his BikeandSkiTahoe.com website. He has hosted the morning television “Mountain Resort Report” and produced “What’s Up Tahoe” and writes a weekly ski column in the Tahoe Daily Tribune.   First Edition Skiing in Nevada : A Ruby Mountains Heli-Experience Ruby Mountain Heli-Experience is celebrating its 41st year of operation and the horizon continues to look brighter than ever.
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