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08-07-2012, 08:34 AM #9376COWHAMPSHIRE PARADISE
- Join Date
- Dec 2009
right on lynchy. i'm not licensed, but know how to barter and sign on lines where the bank folk tell me too maybe i'll get licensed some day. come on by the store anytime. you know i'm busy like 1 hour out of my 7.5 on any given day
have a good'n y'all!
rogSKI THE EAST
cuz it ain't fucking cool
08-07-2012, 01:36 PM #9377
JGB and anyone else interested... I'm thinking about heading back to Killington this weekend for another dose of downhill biking. Based on the current forecast it seems like Sunday might be the better choice, but I'm flexible and I know a forecast isn't worth much this far out. Lemme know if you wanna tag along.
08-07-2012, 03:06 PM #9378
Have fun! Give me a heads up when you do your next trip. I think we're going to be up in Ludlow again next Fri-Tues for a long weekend of Timber Coasters & Alpine slides. I might be able to shake free for a half day of riding though....Going where the wind don't blow so strange
Maybe on some high cold mountain range
08-07-2012, 05:15 PM #9379JGB and anyone else interested... I'm thinking about heading back to Killington this weekend for another dose of downhill biking. Based on the current forecast it seems like Sunday might be the better choice, but I'm flexible and I know a forecast isn't worth much this far out. Lemme know if you wanna tag along.
We were planning on Burke bike park sat and sun after a fri night wedding. Maybe
Killington would be closer. Lemme looky. Usually ride Highland so anything new could be fun.
08-07-2012, 08:19 PM #9380
Gotta love a 3species day on high mountain brooks
08-07-2012, 09:01 PM #9381
08-08-2012, 09:41 AM #9382People shooting ski areas should be sued.
08-08-2012, 12:17 PM #9383Minion
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- Apr 2012
08-08-2012, 04:23 PM #9384
with that said, i do have access to a few pics so...
mountainsmith sting 45
2685 cu in extends to 3906 cu in
ski/snowboard carry, snowshoe/wet gear neoprene pocket (ive had 11 bottles in there chilling on ice. its waterproof and has a little drain gutter so the melted ice drains out the bottom $$$)
here you can also see the ice axe sleeves, trekking pole loops, expandable water bottle pockets and rubbered straps for ski carry.
this is about all the wear youll find on it. some rubbing from a short period of time when i had sharpened skis.
detachable lid for that sick summit push, with window for a map.
siver cartel brim skullie. worn twice by me and a bunch more by gear whore.
aigle daypack used once.
opens wide like a french whore.
D-rings, bladder compatible, hip pockets
some no name (one below) shoulder bag thats put in work! one of the buckles is missing and the elastic is worn out but other than that bag is solid. the missing buckle isnt really needed unless you are running.
thing opens pretty wide making it easy to stuff a ton of shit in. i like putting beezos in the side gussets.
secret stash pocket in the back to hide your crack.
"yeah, yeah. you buy playboy for the articles just like i watch brokeback mountain for the scenery... wait, that doesnt work."
08-08-2012, 04:54 PM #9385
more shit coming at ya.
gibbon 75ft slackline unused.
sector 9 bambo longboard
took me a long time to figure out what the graphic was. and once i did i went back to pretending it was fish skin.
kicktail makes it really maneuverable, ideal for the urban environs.
sweet addidas track suit jacket.
(sorry ML no hipsters looking for ironic accessories. strictly OG's kicking it old school)
mountainsmith modular hauler 3
not the cheesy, soft bottom topless one. lid pocket is banging for maps and books. side pockets to stuff all that last minute shit you forgot to pack. rubber bottom means throw your ski boots, mtb clothes, swim trunks in it and keep your ride clean. ive only used it to store shit in my closet. fucking mint doggie.
if you know this bag you know buck 25 is a steal.
peep this link for independent pics
only bad thing about this pack is if you load it up with water, laptop, tripod, lenses, bodies, filters, food, clothing, goggles and every other thing that has a specially designed pocket you CANT CARRY IT FOR VERY LONG. I took it on a photo overnight in the 'skills and regret choosing such a long loop hike (~11 miles). but in retrospect there really was no reason for me to carry a laptop among other things..."yeah, yeah. you buy playboy for the articles just like i watch brokeback mountain for the scenery... wait, that doesnt work."
08-08-2012, 05:02 PM #9386
if you havent picked up on it by now i keep my gear in two states: clean (see: shit im selling) or destroyed (see: ski bases, hockey equipment, girls). so its a testament to analness that i have been using this next bag since i got it back in the late 90s. its why the zoom didnt get much use. you probably have never seen or heard of it unless you were gay in the 90s too.
50/50 camera bag
buncha stash pockets on the top and front
give you an idea how this boxy shape packs... look inside theres a PD170
and underneath it a Z1.
i dont even know what to charge for this beast when ive used it so much for so long and other than the shoulder padding starting to die the only wear is this:
entertaining offers."yeah, yeah. you buy playboy for the articles just like i watch brokeback mountain for the scenery... wait, that doesnt work."
08-08-2012, 06:31 PM #9387Registered User
- Join Date
- Jan 2008
- The Motor City
Too many roots or rocks? Just lift and spin.
08-08-2012, 06:48 PM #9388
Nihiles, looks like you're having a yard sale?!
Loving this weather. Got some biking in today...
(but is it mountain biking if not on mountains?)
Lots of rocks, though
But nice views...
All just 15 mins from Boston!Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!
08-08-2012, 07:26 PM #9389
I am not sure if dogs are allowed^^^ but as Otis is pretty cool, so we'll call it MTB. Nice that you got out. I took a cruise on the wrist rocket tonight, good fun.
nihiles the gear whore, i'll take the slack off your hands.
08-08-2012, 07:51 PM #9390
08-09-2012, 07:16 AM #9391
BIGDADDY: they dont call riding bikes in southern utah 'desert biking' so yeh, it counts. and local? fuck it thats lunchbreak gold.
not a yard sale but a total devastation sale. which is like a clearance sale when the shit hits the fan.
VTF: PM coming. and thanks for reposting that dragonfly pic, i had forgot i wanted to comment on it. ANGRY SWEDE: excellent job executing a new view on an old subject. i got a macro lens and have been enjoying shooting insects. its a whole new world. good work.
08-10-2012, 08:48 AM #9392
Wow what a combination of shit and events over the last few weeks....
LD and SWEDE sorry to hear about your jobs but something will come your way and it will be better and more rewarding.....glass is always half full......"tough times dont last but tough poeple do" you guys will be fine.
Great pics by all weather it be MTB, fishing, what ever ...would have appreciated that naked ass if it were on a tight young hot woman but non the less great pics.
MOUGHOUL glad house is coming alongup in vt. let me know when your home in philly for some beers and safety meeting......
Hope that all is enjoying the summer.... please be safe out with what ever your doing...going to my third funeral in less than a month on monday..Very hard to comprehend in many many ways......always forward but never straight
08-10-2012, 12:33 PM #9393
Hot damn, the dog days of summer are here; finally turning the corner to the sacred season. Good to see everyone getting out and making the most of the "off" season! I should be moar MTB'ing now that I'm healed from all my major/minor injuries - need to get in shape for skiing, damnit!
Anyone have experience with Dalbello? I'm looking to get into the brand this winter - wondering what model works best for everyone who does the whole in/out of bounds thing. I know, Tech talk, but hey.
08-10-2012, 01:43 PM #9394Registered User
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- Mar 2010
08-10-2012, 03:23 PM #9395
08-12-2012, 03:43 PM #9396
08-12-2012, 06:14 PM #9397
Qualifying for the deer hunt in town is this Saturday. Thought I'd put JMO jr. in the pack and fire off a few arrows. Looks like I may be raising a fan of bow hunting.
People shooting ski areas should be sued.
08-12-2012, 07:58 PM #9398The Passion is in the Risk
08-12-2012, 11:26 PM #9399
08-14-2012, 12:11 PM #9400
nice pics tbatt.
Last weekend didn't work out, but I'm thinking Kmart on Sunday for biking. All are welcome to join.