Being of Service: The Tea Monger as volunteer Adaptive Ski Instructor
2017 National Disabled Veteran's Winter Sports Clinic, Snomass Colorado
At Leaves of Cha, we believe in being of service. Last week, the Teamonger was in Snowmass Colorado volunteering as an adaptive ski instructor at the 2017 National Disabled Veteran's Winter Sports Clinic. This is my sixth year at the Clinic and it is one of the highlights of my year. This year almost 400 disabled veterans participated, including around 150 new participants. They were supported by about 1000 volunteers, including 200 of the top adaptive ski instructors in the U.S.A. and Canada. On top of that there were the veteran's own caregivers and supporters: family members, friends, and professionals who accompany the veterans and make it possible for them to attend.
Here's a little "taste" of what I do when I'm not brewing tea...
The 2017 Tea Harvest
Keep checking the Leaves of Cha website for new and restocked teas
So look for some new teas to be added and for most to be restocked. Some teas might not be available this year because the quality was not there or the cost was too high to make it commercially viable. But I am always on the lookout for unique teas with provenance, with a story, and whose quality "is in the mouth."
Keep checking the Leaves of Cha website for all the developments. Drink With Me!