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Posted on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
 

Mitchell Brown, Anchorage, Alaska: ‘Awesome! Keep doing it the way you are.’

 

Travis Robertson, Barrow, Alaska: ‘I liked the rope thing at the end best! Almost everything I learned today was something new. Thank you for coming.’

 

Donald O, North Pole, Alaska: ‘That was cool and I want to do it again.’

 

Eric VanNice, Kenai, Alaska: “I really loved this stuff and I want to do more.’

 

Doug Thissen, Sutton, Alaska: “The combination of video, powerpoint and hands on makes this very effective. Dan and Sam were great instructors. Thanks for doing this!”

 

Richard Valentine, Palmer, Alaska: “For me, this was a new experience. It was really great to see how a backcountry rescue works and to use the equipment and learn about snow.”

 

Zach Cuchno, Fairbanks, Alaska: “Great instructor. I learned about terrain traps and what a toilet bowl is. Great information.”

 

John Snelders, Valdez, Alaska: “Great job. I learned not to ride where past avalanches have been and I didn’t know that before even though I’ve been riding in Alaska for years. Thanks!”

 

Gary Evans, Fairbanks, Alaska: “Great presentation. You guys taught me a lot. Everything I learned today was new.”

 

Inger Hanson, Anchorage, Alaska: “Awesome! I Would like to see this done more often to give more chance to practice and for more people to participate.”

 

Cecil Sanders, Palmer Alaska: “Thank you for giving us the opportunity to take pictures (during the Hatcher’s Pass Avalanche Game.) We had fun and learned a lot. It was an enjoyable experience. We are very interested in the Arctic Valley Games too!”

       

 

Molly Meader, Anchorage, Alaska: “Thanks so much for a great day playing AVALANCHE! the game. This program serves more than just teaching about using the right equipment in the backcountry. It teaches that you can go out and have as much fun as you want as long as you are aware of your surroundings and follow safety protocols. It gives you a confidence to go outside and really live with your surroundings.”

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  1. Love your site man keep up the good work

    Comment by Rickey Douglass — November 26, 2010 @ 2:06 pm

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