In the third episode of Beans and Rice Freeride Jake and Paul tackle this question with a little help from John Muir, the Father of American Wilderness. Muir probably didn’t have fast-paced shredding in mind when he wrote these words, but they speak to all who seek wisdom, peace, and freedom from wild places. Episode three blends these wise words with high energy skiing in the Teton wilderness. Ski Bum’s Delight | Beans and Rice Freeride Ep. 3 | Unofficial Networks

Ski Bum's Delight | Beans and Rice Freeride Ep. 3

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Ski Bum's Delight | Beans and Rice Freeride Ep. 3

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The newest from the freeheelers at Beans and Rice Freeride.

Words: Jake Sakson

In the third episode of Beans and Rice Freeride Jake and Paul tackle
this question with a little help from John Muir, the Father of
American Wilderness.   Muir probably didn’t have fast-paced shredding
in mind when he wrote these words, but they speak to all who seek
wisdom, peace, and freedom from wild places.  Episode three blends
these wise words with high energy skiing in the Teton wilderness.

So, next time you head out into the wilderness, take a minute to
listen to the wind sweeping through White Bark Pine, taste fresh
spring water flowing straight from a crack in the granite, smell the
willows as you brush through them on the skin track, and get some cold
snow on your face as you dance through the mountains!

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