THE NEW YORKER – APRES-SKI 1000 PIECE JIGSAW PUZZLES
A crowd of skiers meet up at the bar for some apres ski festivities after a day on the slopes. With their skis and poles in hand, these alpine enthusiasts share their days favorite run as well as tales from the trails over a well deserved beverage.
New Yorker Cover by Artist Daniel Brustlein, originally published on February 22nd, 1941
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