Good time was had at Whistler/Blackcomb

        A good time was had at the biggest ski resort in North America The conditions were varied from fog to freshies and all in between. We arrived in the fog then sunny days then deep snow followed by rain. I'll take what I can get. That was the best skiing I have had so far this year. The west is having another dry year.

A good thing about Whistler/Blackcomb is the food and shopping are great. everything was on sale and the US dollar is strong against the Canadian Dollar. That gave us a 20% discount on top of the sale prices.


    Membership in the Sequoia Ski Club is open to all persons twenty-one years of age or older who are interested in skiing and or boarding, who wish to participate in the activities of the club, and who agree to abide by its rules, regulations and policies. Annual dues are currently $40 for individuals and $60 for couples. Contact:
Mike Bowers
E-mail Address:

Next Meeting:

Hi friends,

We will be having our end of the season Ski Club Potluck on Thursday evening, May 28th at the home of Curt and Janet Lange at 6:30 with dinner at 7 pm.  The Langes will be barbequing the Tri Tip! and dessert will be our Sequoia Ski Club Birthday Cake (and ice cream) which we didn't get to have back in March.  (No, it will be fresh cake for some of you who have questions in your devious minds!)  We will have a brief meeting following dinner with election of officers.  

What to bring, address and directions to the Lange's home below:

Please bring either a side dish or salad to share, and your own beverage.  Water will be provided.
This is what we have so far:

Curt and Janet Lange - Tri Tip
Woody Hogan - Baked Beans
Tom and Sherry Babagian - Rice Pilaff

Whistler/Blackcomb 2015.

We are associated with these organizations:
Sierra Council of Ski Clubs
National Ski Council Federation
Far West Ski Association
Far West Racing Association
Upcoming ski and adventure trips: Contact Debbie Stewart 559-737-0882 Bonaire Dive Trip September 26 — October 3, 2015