Powder The Skier's Magazine November 2004 Volume 33 No 3 Very Good Used Condition
On the cover: Sage Cattabriga-Alosa at Tulsequah, British Columbia
... The Prophet and the Sage: His smooth, stylish approach makes Sage Cattabriga-Alosa the biggest name in skiing heading into 2005. But he's not alone, and he never was. The untold tale of a Little Cottonwood tribe
... Swift. Silent. Deep. Did the opening of Jackson Hole's boundaries signal the end of North America's most infamous ski crew? Not exactly. The spirit - and the skiers - live on.
... Shooting Gallery: fantastic photographs
... Fall Line: updates on: Crested Butte, cloud seeding, Australia's pipe and park scene, and Powder to the People. Plus: the youngest US Ski Teamer ever, playing the G.N.A.R. game, and why Hollywood is moving to Mammoth.
... Morpheme: our essays: on Detroit roots, the second favorite lift at Squaw, East Coast tree envy, and one sketchy line.
... Backcountry: Northwest Passage
... Stash: the Slides at Whiteface
... 30 $something: For less than a couple Andrew Jacksons, Montana's Discovery Basin will provide good bumps, a surprising backside, and a bakery. ... Bar Code: Ride Sally, ride
... Posthole: skiing, drugs, and mental illness converge
... Loose Change: celebrating the signature move
Very good condition: some fading on spine; small dog ear upper right corner of cover and first few pages
Large format: 9-1/8 x 12 inches