When you look near the upper, right corner of this blog you get a sense of the contents of this particular blog. PILLOW LINES is not whispering sweet nothings to my girlfriend, but rather jargon from the ski/snowboard culture. I am guessing that many people who have looked at this blog do not understand what that means; however, I have not recieved a question on the matter. Maybe nobody looks up there. Well, "Pillow Lines" was my way of saying that there will be posts relating to my skiing exploits.
Recently, my good friend Jonaven Moore - Pro Snowboarder - sent me these pictures, and I realized it was the perfect opportunity to further explain and illustrate to anyone who may not know what a pillo line truely is. These two pictures show the very essence of a pillow line, albeit, a quite large and bold line that happens to be right off the Trans-Canada Highway, adding a certain frogger element to the mix. To add just one more degree of explanation, the unique feature of a pillow line is that it allows you to descend over a large cliff or boulder field using the pillows to check your speed and directionality. Ok, everyone clear now??? In case you don't know, I have started a new blog dedicated strictly to my "on snow" adventures: www.SurfaceHoar.blogspot.com
CHECK IT OUT!