Skier Kyle Smain’s wife is mourning his death after two months of marriage.
Jenna Doramis shared a slideshow full of photos of her and her late husband on Instagram after Smain was killed in an avalanche on Mt. Hakuba Norikura on Honshu, Japan.
“My dear husband and my whole world officially got married on November 18th, 2022, and this was little known. Thank you very much,” the snowboarder wrote on Jan. 29. Who would have thought I would pick you up hitchhiking in New Zealand in 2010 and get married 13 years later,” she continued, calling it “the best time of my life.”
Doramiz wrote that she knew she was running the best run of her life when her husband was in Japan.
“I wish I could tell you one of the secrets I always had, that I love you. “I’m looking forward to seeing you again. I want to ride a pow or a bike with you in my dreams tonight. Love your wife.”
On January 30, professional skier father William Smain confirmed his son’s death to NBC News. According to Reuters, he was one of five foreign skiers caught in an avalanche on Mt. Shirouma Norikura, Nagano Prefecture.
Kyle Smain shared a video of him skiing in Japan on Instagram just one day before his fatal accident.
Dramise received many supportive and loving messages from friends and athletes in her Jan. 30 post. Jamie Anderson, her snowboarder pro, wrote, “Sending nothing but love to Jenna at this time.”
Freeskier and Olympian Brita Sigourney said, “Thank you Kyle for sharing with us. Thanks to him, we had some of our favorite ski trips and memories. Of all I’ve ever known.” Most positive person and best ski buddy, I watched him pipe ski through Chamonix powder all week and never heard a single complaint, only Stoke I love you so much, Jenna.”
“Your love lives on,” commented snowboarder Elena Haidt.
Olympic halfpipe skier David Wise added: I am very happy that I had a good time with him. ”
Kyle Smain from California won gold in the halfpipe at the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships 2015.
This article originally appeared on TODAY.com.