When you're skiing, they're skiing. When you're not skiing, they're skiing. When you're reading ski magazines, wishing you were skiing, they're skiing.
You and I watch flowers bloom, feel the sun beat down, and see the leaves turn orange and brown. Kiwi freestyle skiers Jossi and Byron Wells spend their winters following major contests through North America and Europe, and then they spend their, well, winters at home in Wanaka, training hard in hopes of keeping the distance wide between themselves and the pack.
The Winter of Wells never stops. In fact, there's a new installment. In this episode, Jossi and Byron explore the north island of New Zealand, skiing at Mt. Ruapehu, Turoa, and Whakapapa. If you're homeschooled, earmuff it at about 6:10. Since the letter "W" sounds like an "F" in Maori words, Jossi's faithful pronunciation of "Whakapapa" comes out sounding like a subliminal message to Soon-Yi Farrow.