September 20, 2020

Remembering Ski Jumping History

My brother Bob (in photo on the right) and I decided to collaborate on a book in which we recalled, from our own perspectives, the years we spent growing up and becoming ski jumpers. We felt it a good thing to assist in the preservation of history of a sport that, at least in most states, has died.

We also decided that after writing the book, we would donate all proceeds to the Ski Museum of Maine and the Maine Ski Hall of Fame, of which Bob is a member.

This past Saturday, at a festival here in my hometown, Bob and I were at the Ski Museum of Maine booth, selling and autographing copies of the book. It was a very successful and enjoyable time. We met some old ski jumping friends and their families with some surprises along the way.

If you would like some more information about the book and would like to purchase a paperback copy or Kindle book, visit this Amazon link. You can also purchase a book through Barnes and Noble or at the Ski Museum of Maine store.

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