In my search for cheap/good gear I’ve uncovered the following places to find some great stuff, and great people!
Recently I was up in the Chic-Chocs Mountains in Quebec exploring some snow kiting areas. It was my first snow kiting experience. Awesome! A group of us from Nova Scotia met up with Romain Barachko to show us around. The weather was a bit odd for the area with a large high pressure system bringing in blue bird skies and zero wind. There was a bit of wind at the top of Hog’s Back and just enough for Romain to launch his 12m Ikon kite.
Here is some footage of Romain up in the Chocs. Enjoy!
This is the first of a series of posts of the amazing acts of The French.
Andre Anzevui – Skis the north face of The Matterhorn. Completely nuts!
Rory Sutherland: Life Lessons from an Ad Man
Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action
Dan Ariely: Are we in Control of our own Decisions?
Seth Godin: How to get your Ideas to Spread
Malcolm Gladwell: Choice, Happiness, and Spaghetti Sauce
Tim Harford: Trial, Error, and the God Complex
Steven Johnson: Where Good Ideas Come From
Cameron Herold: Let’s Raise Kids to be Entrepreneurs
Dan Cobley: What Physics Taught Me About Marketing
Jason Fried: Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work
Daniel Pink: The Puzzle of Motivation
Richard St. John: 8 Secrets of Success
Answer by Andrew Bruce:
Each region in the US is controlled by a separate independent System Operator(ISO). Each ISO has its own rules for bidding into the market. You can find these rules on each of their websites. One, for example, is ISO-NE which is the ISO in charge of New England. Their website is www.iso-ne.com
I am more of a big mountain guy but this rail edit is amazing!