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post #71 of 94 (permalink) Old 12-11-2012, 11:44 AM
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It's been seriously more and more apparent how light winters have become, year after year.

Must be something in the air.




As long as it isn't balls cold, no snow doesn't bother me.
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post #72 of 94 (permalink) Old 12-11-2012, 11:48 AM
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This is in our back yard.. For snowboarding..

Damn to be young again!!

Me being a mid 40 year old I just going to say be careful!!
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Me being a mid 40 year old I just going to say be careful!!
Oh, no question, someone is going to seriously injure themselves on that thing. Already came to terms with it.
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What kinda gear and boards and all that is everyone running and what type of riding or skiing you doing on this equipment?

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i have some atomic single tip skis, boots to match, took em out last friday, wasnt too bad, not enough fresh pow tho, so much ice.

and my burton bullet is hanging on the wall, kinda got tired of it for a bit. cant wait to hit go out and hit the park again with the good ol skis

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Chief man that video got me all excited to get out this year..... up until you guys hit that flat spot and it reminded me how much i hate those parts in the mountain hahaha time to unstrap and walk for a bit dammit

Heres me and my buddy goofing around and crashing a bunch and finally getting the hang of riding a couple years back. We've definitely got better since then. I'm the one in green pants.

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