Selling: Oh, the Mountains You ll Ski! - by Dr. Chutes - Deluxe 1st Edition

Location: Seattle, Washington, United States
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Hi, I m Dr. Chutes, a NW Native and resident of Washington. Please enjoy my new parody book! Deluxe First Edition - Copyright 2022 - Includes Sticker Placement Area at Back of Book to Keep Ski Trip Sticker Mementos. Hard Cover Link - 76 - Pages - $34.99 Paperback Link - 80 - Pages - $19.99 Skiers of all ages will enjoy this fun, colorful private lesson about the realities of life on the Slopes! This book is a Lifetime Season Pass for the snow sports lover in your family, providing year-round access to the joy of the mountains in the wintertime. Deluxe edition includes sticker placement area in back of book for your favorite skier to keep skiing mementos from their skiing adventures in one place. Will your life be better because you learned to ski? Absolutely, You ll see! (I give you a 110% percent guarantee) KID, YOU LL SKI MOUNTAINS! ABOUT DR. CHUTES A legend in his own mind, Dr. Chutes earned his Doctorate of Shredding the Gnar in the Mountains of Western North America. Dr. Chutes practices an unlicensed form of alternative medicine called “Ski Therapy” that nurtures the Spirit, Soul, Mind, and Body. Currently an Unlimited Season Pass Holder, Uphill Travel Pass Holder, Back Bowl Access Pass Holder, Mediocre Thursday Night Race League Racer, Funcle of the Year, and Ski Dad; Dr. Chutes especially enjoys helping Alpentalics share their stoke with the rest of the world. He’s best known for Charging Big Faces, Dropping Steep Chutes, and Gliding Down Powder Bowls, but he has also been known to Rip Groomers with the best of them. Dr. Chutes spent his formative years goofing around on the Mt. Ashland ski bus and sneaking out of group lessons with his little sister to hit the chutes of - The Bowl - before patrol could close the gates for the day. With almost four decades of experience on the slopes, some would call him middle-aged, though with skis on his feet, he’s forever a child!


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