On the Friday before Labor Day, my hubby and I went toWachusett Mountainand did a little shopping during their huge annualLabor Day sale. The 2017 skis and snowboards, along with bindings and boots, were at deep discounts. The equipment weren’t the only items for sale, either!
It’s only August and I’ve been dreaming of the slopes since the season ended last April. I hear a song come on and I think back to flying down the mountain, listening to my skiing playlist, and I get excited all over again. My fingers are crossed for a serious snowstorm in November so I can zip over to our local spot,Wachusett Mountainand start my winter of fun!
I am actually pretty new to the world of mountain biking. I’ve had my bike a few years but haven’t really broken it in on some more challenging trails. I typically ride with the kids on rail trails and the greenest dot trails out there. Recently, hubby has been trying to push me further out of my comfort zone into some more serious riding and I am having a blast! One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned so far? It’s a good idea to upgrade your bike… but let’s start small.
We’re a family. A family who likes adventures. A family who likes to go on adventures together. Problem is, most of the stuff we like to do is expensive. We like to snowboard. We like to mountain bike, we like to camp, we like to swim, we like to do all sorts of stuff...