Tears in the Snow: A True Story of Love, Courage and Danger

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To "ski the world" was the dream of Arnie Wilson and his French girlfriend,ucy Dicker. Their journey began in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on January 1st994, and took them across five continents, to 240 resorts, and earned them alace in the Guinness Book of Records.;Fighting the clock and the elements,rnie and Lucy took on the Rockies, the Alps, the Himalayas and the Andes,ever knowing what was in store for them, but found their love and trustrowing. On New Year's Eve, 1994, the couple arrived back at Summit County,olorado, in triumph. Amidst the celebrations they talked of marriage and thehildren they would share.;Then, on a clear, sunny day in the Alps, tragedytruck. In a treacherous couloir, above La Grave, Lucy slipped. She slidundreds of feet on the pitiless ice to die with Arnie's arms wrapped arounder.;This is a story of love and magic, of a couple who made the world theirsnd then, in one calamitous moment, lost it all.

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About the author (1996)

Arnie Wilson is a British ski travel writer and ski correspondent for"The Financial Times". In 1994, he entered the "Guinness Book of Records" when he skied every day for a year, visiting 240 resorts in 13 countries around the world. He is also editor of "Ski & Board", the magazine of the Ski Club of Great Britain.

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