Bruce Rowles got hooked on skiing the old fashioned way – by sneaking around and lying to his mom.
“I used to pretend we were all studying at my buddy Rick’s,” Rowles explains. “But Rick’s mom was a “bad” mom and she would take us skiing at Grouse Mountain. I was in high school and I skied 78 times that year, all nights”.
Born in England and raised in West Vancouver in the 1960’s and 70’s, “Rowley” grew up on the North Shore with his buddies, rope swinging over creeks or boot skiing down the sand piles being used to build the Upper Levels Highway. The rest of his free time was spent exploring southern British Columbia with his parents. …..
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