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The Story of Sugarloaf

by John Christie

  • 82 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Down East Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Golf - General,
  • Skiing - General,
  • United States - State & Local - New England,
  • Sports & Recreation / Golf,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • History,
  • Maine,
  • Ski resorts,
  • Skis and skiing,
  • Sports

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11299801M
    ISBN 100892727233
    ISBN 109780892727230
    OCLC/WorldCa132581260

    How Glooscap Created Sugarloaf Mountain An Abenaki Legend. A long time ago, the people used to live near the riverbanks in the summer time, and they could watch all the salmon going up the river to spawn. One day, they noticed the salmon could not get up the river anymore. Remember, in those days the beaver were very, very big. Meet Sugarloaf's fun loving friends! They host dinners throughout the winter, love to ski on The Birches Trail, and you can even find their cozy log cabins in Moose Alley off the Whiffletree Lift. Read their tale in Amos the Moose- A Sugarloaf Story.

    Our Story Sugarloaf was established in by citizens concerned with a proposed safe harbor or marina at historic Sugarloaf Cove in Schroeder, Minnesota. Although the initial successes of the organization were at the Cove, the mission of the organization, first known as the Sugarloaf Interpretive Center Association, has always been inclusive. "Green-Eyed Lady" is mentioned, as is a lady named Kathy Peacock, so Cathy from Sacramento's story is true. She mentioned that a reporter spelled her name wrong back in Well, whoever did the research for this book did as well.

      History of the Cowboy October 1, TW Editors From about until the late s, one style of hat reigned supreme on the Mexican border—the Sugarloaf Sombrero—named for the crown’s resemblance to the way sugar is sometimes packaged in Mexcio (a sugarloaf is sold in small, hardened cones). The reference comes from Pat Garrett, himself, who claimed, in his book, that the lawmen got wind Billy was reported to be wearing a Mexican sugarloaf with a green hatband. This was during the December, manhunt, and, u nfortunately, Garrett's posse shot Charlie Bowdre who was wearing the same exact hat (or, he borrowed Billy's to go.


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Our family grew up skiing on Sugarloaf Mountain in the beautiful Carrabasset Valley, Maine. This book, with breath taking photos, takes us back to the early days of development to today's big busy ski slope.5/5(11). John Christie's true story of Sugarloaf is accurate.

I knew these guys from the beginning. the photos, the memories It The Story of Sugarloaf book impeccable. I bought this as a gift for my father's 81st birthday. He has spent many years in the Sugarloaf area, and has land just down the road.5/5(11).

This is the dramatic story of the development and history of Sugarloaf ski resort from its beginnings as a hand-cleared path to an international ski and golfing resort of world renown. Many colorful people of international prominence are profiled, including Emile Allais, Jean Claude Killy, Billy Kidd, and Les : This is the dramatic story of the development and history of Sugarloaf ski resort from its beginnings as a hand-cleared path to an international ski and golfing resort of world renown.

Many colorful people of international prominence are profiled, including Emile Allais, Jean Claude Killy, Billy Kidd, and Les : Down East Books. Amos the Moose - the Sugarloaf Story by Claudia Diller,Marcia White Book Resume: Amos The Moose - A Sugarloaf Story is a tale set in the mountains of Maine.

The story is about the history of Sugarloaf Mountain, Amos the Moose, Pierre the Lumberjack, Lemon the Yellow Nose Vole and all their many friends. This is the dramatic story of the development and history of Sugarloaf ski resort from its beginnings as a hand-cleared path to an international ski and golfing resort of world renown.

Many colorful people of international prominence are profiled, including Emile Allais, Jean Claude Killy, Billy Kidd, and Les Story of SugarloafBrand: John Christie. The Story of Sugarloaf This is the dramatic story of the development and history of Sugarloaf ski resort from its beginnings as a hand-cleared path to an international ski and golfing resort of world renown.

Many colorful people of international prominence are profiled, including Emile Allais, Jean Claude Killy, Billy Kidd, and Les Otten.

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Browse bestsellers, new releases and the most talked about books. Pre-order titles at great prices from your favorite g: Sugarloaf. Between the accommodations and the conditions, skiing at Sugarloaf in those early days was “a pretty challenging endeavor,” says Christie, who wrote the book on the mountain’s history: The Story of Sugarloaf (Down East Books).

He thinks the loyalty people felt, and continue to feel, to Sugarloaf has to do with the way the community evolved. The Best Kid in the World: A SugarLoaf Book (Sugarloaf Books) Hardcover – August 1, The story is written in clear, simple sentences, and the breezy watercolor illustrations depict the child's undertakings with humor and charm.

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