'vampire Diaries' Star Nina Dobrev Says Elena's On An 'indefinite' Vacation

By Cory Midgarden Portraying both good and evil on the same television series is difficult enough, but when that good and evil are in one body, that means a serious challenge for an actor. "The Vampire Diaries" star Nina Dobrev plays both Elena Gilbert and her 500-year-old doppelganger Katherine Pierce, and now that Katherine has hijacked Elena's body on the show, Nina is taking her acting abilities to a whole new level. "Elena is kind of gone, Katherine took over her body, so she's MIA and nobody knows, it's kind of like going missing, like, getting kidnapped and the kidnapper leaving a note and saying that you're on vacation for indefinitely and, welp, nobody is going to look for you because they don't know you're gone," She told MTV News at the DIRECTV Celebrity Beach Bowl over the weekend. "It's kind of a scary thing for her and it'll be interesting to see how long Katherine can get away with it." While the cast has become accustomed to several body-switching situations, Nina is the only one to have played the part of Katherine. In a recent episode, however, that all could have changed, when we learned Katherine's "Traveler" blood allowed her to inhabit the body of anyone. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1721923/vampire-diaries-star-nina-dobrev-elenas-on-indefinite-vacation.jhtml

Vacation in motion- Aspen, Luna sandals, Yaktrax and lots of fun

We had a great day boarding and skiing. When the family had had enough, I ran back home and picked up the truck. This gave me enough time for a solo snowboard run from the top Top of Ute first run At the end of the day, I put my sandals back on and walked back to the condo with my board and boots in hand. The Ute trail pictures inspired my family to make the climb with me one afternoon. We had a great hike to the top. This time I used my wool tabi socks as I would be walking instead running, so I wanted a bit more insulation. At the entrance of the trail we ran into some other hikers, that were retired ultra-runners one of which completed the Western states 20 years ago. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://blog.timesunion.com/running/vacation-in-motion-aspen-luna-sandals-yaktrax-and-lots-of-fun/10090/

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