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First turns of the year were a little spicier then normal but that seems to be the case when following @picaherry. Heading home and hoping winter descends on the Sierra this week. Thanks for the good times, France, Germany, Italy and Holland ✌️ 11/14/18

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Passing through Munich thinking of the mountains not far from here. Since starting @jonessnowboards 10 years ago the international trade show has me spending more time on this side of the Alps. I love the “rideability” of the eastern Alps.

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When I see the Eiffel Tower I think of the Paris Agreement. • I think of how sad it is that the United States, which represents 1/3 of global carbon emissions, is the only country not part of the agreement. • I think of how I have never heard a climate scientists say, “the problem is not as bad as we thought.” • I think of the airplane I took to get here and wonder why there is not a carbon fee tied to it. • I think that if you are polluting the air, making millions of people sick, and ruining the planet for future generations you should pay a fee. • I think of the rainforest reforestation @jonessnowboards does with and how much more carbon it would suck out of the atmosphere if was 1000x bigger. • I think of how the problem is not going to go away regardless of what my President says. • I think of the jobs the solutions create and how America is being passed up by the rest of the world. • I think of how I need to do more to reduce my impact on the planet.

Love visiting core retailers around the world. They are the heart beat of the local shred communities. When I walked into @auvieuxcampeur there was 6 people trying on boots and one being taught the difference between rocker profiles. I am always so proud to see @jonessnowboards at these shops. I was pleasantly surprised to see I our first ever poster on the wall behind the register. I find the words on it, “Totally Committed” fitting on many levels. Have to give a nod as well to the 1979 @wintersticksnowboards on the wall signed, “keep your powder dry” by one of our forefathers Dimitrije Milovich. So much of those curved and concepts can be seen in today’s boards. Poster pic: @sethlightcap @oneill

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Au revoir Chamonix! My heart always seems to beat faster when I am here. Hopefully I will be back this winter when the mountains look more like this. ••• Next stop Paris for an event tomorrow at @auvieuxcampeur. 📷’s @picaherry @oneill

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Still can’t figure out if @picaherry is regular or goofy? Took this video yesterday. I am in Europe for 10 days of business. Sadly this is my only day to get into the mountains but we made it count! •••• Understandably people will call bullshit on my travel. I come to Europe twice a year for business. This trip is for the @jonessnowboards & @oneill sales meetings. All and all I will present to over 2OO people and meet with a dozen designers, 30 distributors, and show . It is the one time @jonessnowboards comes together in person as a company and it is awesome!! Being the owner of the company I could bring them all to Truckee but that would be a lot more plane tickets. My second trip is for the trade show in February where I connect with 100’s of buyers, designers, distributors, etc for 3 days. After the show I go snowboarding for a few weeks somewhere in the Alps. It’s a highlight of my season!

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And so it begins 🤘

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Paradise burned. Pretty sure this area I was camping with my family recently was torched in the fires. My heart goes out to everyone who has lost their homes and loved ones. November is not supposed to be fire season. @charles_post is a naturalist (title envy) and friend. His recent post struck a cord with me so I am reposting an excerpt from it• 🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲👇 “Call it whatever you want. Go ahead and avoid the words "climate change" if it doesn't sit well with your political convictions, but open your eyes and see what's happening. Unprecedented fire after unprecedented fire. Record heat. Record droughts. Record ocean temperatures. Record hurricanes. The list goes on. • Take it at face value: our world is rapidly changing. How can indisputable headlines evoke such an array of reactions? How is it that so many show up to the polling stations and fail to vote for politicians who recognize the cocktail of environmental events that continue to rock our world are not random but instead a function of our changing climate, which at this point is indisputable; just ask anyone whose made a career studying the topic save for those backwards scientists who have sold themselves to big business and political agendas. Pick any top university or research institution, and you'll find common results: climate change is real. • It kills me to watch places I grew up enjoying burn to ashes. It kills me that species are disappearing 100-1000x faster than would be without humans impact on Earth. It kills me that the health of our planet and taking action to protect it is a partisan issue. Thankfully we have heroes on the front lines picking up our slack like these USFS firefighters we spent a few days photographing in eastern Oregon. • Thinking of everyone being impacted by the deadly fires back home in California, and all those working the front lines 🙏🏼” Charles Post

@kaijonesski is my 12 year old nephew. By the time he was four my brothers and I knew his life would revolve around sliding on snow. It is no surprise to see him ski at the level he is at right now. He is totally committed to skiing, biking, climbing, skating, etc.. His bed stand is stacked with avi books, Doug Coombs biography, and guide books. It is surreal but not surprising that we are both starring in this years @tetongravity film . Wild things happen when hard work, high energy and high stoke come together. Here he is dropping into Once is Enough, a classic @jacksonhole backcountry test piece. See the full video at

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TBT to that one time it was a white out and @inakiodriozola and I hiked up and rode this chute. @oneill

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Gratitude to everyone who voted yesterday! America is better today then it was yesterday. We won more then we lost! We will figure out what worked best and do more of it in 2020. But for now I will leave with one of my favorite quotes. 🌲 🌲🌲 ”One final paragraph of advice: do not burn yourselves out. Be as I am - a reluctant enthusiast....a part-time crusader, a half-hearted fanatic. Save the other half of yourselves and your lives for pleasure and adventure. It is not enough to fight for the land; it is even more important to enjoy it. While you can. While it’s still here. So get out there and hunt and fish and mess around with your friends, ramble out yonder and explore the forests, climb the mountains, bag the peaks, run the rivers, breathe deep of that yet sweet and lucid air, sit quietly for a while and contemplate the precious stillness, the lovely, mysterious, and awesome space. Enjoy yourselves, keep your brain in your head and your head firmly attached to the body, the body active and alive, and I promise you this much; I promise you this one sweet victory over our enemies, over those desk-bound men and women with their hearts in a safe deposit box, and their eyes hypnotized by desk calculators. I promise you this; You will outlive the bastards.” Edward Abbey