Mt. Baker, WA As spring fights to emerge from May pow sessions, The Ski Journal prepares to drop its next edition, #2.3, and we look forward to late-season turns to continue. With lifts running in Whistler, Mammoth, Hood, A Basin, Alpental, and others starting to warm up in Chile and Argentina, The Ski Journal, likewise, continues the stoke year-round. In springtime TSKJ notes, publisher Jeff Galbraith was recently invited to participate as a judge at the Whistler Pro Photographer Shootout featuring five of the top up-and-coming action sports photographers. Competition was tight with the refreshments flowing smoothly at this uber event. In addition to the Pro Shootout and its 2,000 attendees, Whistlers Telus festival raged onward and downward outside with staffers Colin Wiseman and Matt Wibby attending the Orage Masters event the week prior. And Kamp K2s gypsy RV caravan took over Mt. Baker for a private session which all of TSKJs crew made, including Kris Kaiyala and Grant Gunderson. April never felt so good with 16 inches of fresh and cold temps greeting all for this unique event and a TSKJ- and PBR-sponsored party with the all-female AC/DC cover band Hells Belles. Check the shots and updates for all of the above on http://www.theskijournal.comThough it hasnt been easy with fresh dumps, rocker parties, and pass closures continuing into May, we have managed to move into our expanded new office (which we share with frequency) located off the Mt. Baker highway. Now were putting this bad boy to rest. With #2.3 shipping in the next few weeks, this issue features travel to Greenland, classic Hawaiian corn turns, a profile of top fall-line femme fatale Lynsey Dyer, plus a fond look back at the honeycomb revolution. For readers of The Ski Journal, the season continues long after the other titles have made their tee times.SubscribeSubscribe and join The Ski Journal family.Give the gift that gives year round.Everybody loves a gift subscription