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*Confessions of a Backyard Submarine Builder
At 15, Karl Stanley began building a sub from steel pipe—and it worked. At 28, he's building his second sub and dreaming of underwater Jacuzzis. Interview >>
Life on Assignment
*First Ascent, Family Style 
She smashed his Matchbox cars. He guillotined her Barbie. Decades later, could Michael and Diana Finkel play nice in their push to become the first brother-sister team to summit an 8,000-meter peak? Both sides of the story >>
 
 
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*Go-Anywhere Skis and Snowboards
Ski and boardmakers have engineered some surprisingly elegant Frankenstein's monsters: hybrids that excel both on and off piste.



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*Ten Perfect Ski Trips
Sick of lift lines? Find out where to go to spend less time going up, more going down.

 
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