Hello, whoever you are..

I don’t use this page anymore since I have created my new project (found at Ponyosquidskiapparel.com), but it has come to my attention that I have one person who continues to look at my blog every other day? Seems unlikely to be more than one person considering the visitation pattern.

So this post is directly to you.. Whoever you are.

Hello 🙂 x

Ps. Don’t forget to visit my Facebook page. Facebook.com/ponyosquidskiapparel

Exciting News!

Guess what me lovelies?


I will be participating in the UK’s biggest outdoor sports and apparel convention!Image


So what does this mean? 

I’ll have a shop front to advertise me brand and also have gift bags for sale and special give away opportunities. I’m aiming to have a collection of small branded merch for sale or available in a gift set ranging from £5-£25.

  • Eco Friendly – Hand Printed – PonyoSquid T-shirts
  • Hand Printed -PonyoSquid T-shirts (assorted colours)
  • Homemade – Environmentally Friendly Waterproofing Wax Sample
  • Homemade – Natural Ingredient Lip Balms (assorted flavours)
  • PonyoSquid Buff
  • Ponyosquid Ski Carrier

And I’m working on more…


Things to do this week:

Messing about with my wax recipes, finalising payments for the ski show and for all my samples before I start production.


Excited for me yet?

I’ll be needing PR staff and some hot mamma models.. Watch this space x x

Ski Industry Could Be Facing A Long-Term Decline In Visitors

CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’s ski industry generates $3 billion to the state’s economy, and after a tough year in 2011 to 2012, things did improve this past season. But CBS4’s news partners at the Denver Business Journal report the industry could be facing a long-term decline in skiers.

Ed Sealover from the DBJ stopped by CBS4 studios to talk about the report. He said 57.1 million people visited the ski slopes throughout the U.S. this past season.

“What they’re worried about is figures that show if they lose new skiers at the current rate it could be down to 45.3 million by 2030, which is a pretty serious decline for an industry that really relies on numbers coming up there,” Sealover said.

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He said there are several reasons for the decline.

“The number of new skiers is dropping off about 3 percent a year; people…

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