“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
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Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
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Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
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“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
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Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More

“Making it”

I don’t know when it happened, but it seems I’ve become one of the people in snowboard “journalism” others look up to. When I was just starting out it was people like Dave England, Dave Carnie and yeah, even Pat Bridges for me. I still have a hard time feeling good about comparing myself to these people (and not just cause I am a girl) but it seems like are some people out there who would. One thing all these guys shared, other than being funny dudes, was that I was a little bit afraid of them. Pat used to invite me to breakfast and I would show up to…
Read More

Trifecta, Trifecta and more Trifecta

This whole YoBeat thing is sort of inconvenient, since I now have ANOTHER website to update.  But I just trained intern to update, since I am leaving for Canada tomorrow and will be in wakeskate world for the whole week. Hopefully he doesn't blow it and I will be able to delegate more of the updates to him. Either way, I actually put some effort into today's post, about the Oregon Trifecta. Meaning I edited a video. It's not my best work, but it has it's moments. You can check out the whole YoBeat post here. I also did a blog for Fuel.tv which is a lot wordier. You can…
Read More

Yobeat is Back!

What big news I mentioned? here is the official release: Snowboarding’s original blog, Yobeat.com, relaunched on August 8, 2008 in celebration of its 11th anniversary. Actually the relaunch had nothing to do with the date or the anniversary. That’s just when it was done. Yobeat.com started in 1997, the brainchild of Brooke Geery and Rachel Cotton. Over the past eleven years it has gone through many incarnations, ruffled feathers, been banned from major events and of course, entertained anyone doing a google search for Macho Man Randy Savage or snowboard parks. The original philosophy of Yobeat was to tell it like it is, and that remains unchanged. Sure, not everyone…
Read More