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Thread: TR: Home
06-11-2012, 12:01 AM #1
I've been sitting on these photos for over a month since I was homeless for a bit.
Since my computer looks like this...
...I can't use it too well without a home. Oh well. Now I do have a home:
Just kidding, that's not it.
This was my home for a night:
I tow sleds with a sedan. Do you think that's why it might be broken now?
Gosh I hate when bison jams keep me from home.
I don't really like looking at bison crack, I'd rather go look at this crack:
So we did.
But before any good tour, first you have to stretch. Show us how you stretch, Frye.
But then the crack called out with a cloud-fueled cacophany, killing our karma so we cut.
And went to a new home.
This home, however didn't have a booth. Just wouldn't do. So we moved.
This house had a sweet back yard, too.
The front yard was nice, also.
The neighborhood was in a great location, couldn't be beat.
The one, the only, Ryan Hollow, skiing with one pole and a broken hand.
But then we stopped paying rent and had to leave. Which was ok, otherwise Beth and Jerome couldn't have done this on April 29th:
They're tall people, too.
The next day I got mine:
Then it was time for a new home. I tried to find a home with a lady, but she was having none of it. Discouraged, I retreated here:
It was a good home. I could only stay 4 nights and was not in a hurry to leave. Sure was nice, I could have gotten used to this:
For more on that home, go here: TR-Altoona-Ridge-Lodge-MT-5-2-5-6-2012
Then I had to leave and go to Missouri to watch my brother graduate not once, but twice. Overachiever.
But we don't need to talk about Missouri. A photo will do.
And again the time came to find a new home. I hired an accomplice and off we went.
There, this should do just fine.
The next morning we went and met the neighbors.
They didn't come introduce themselves, but we were happy to know we were in good company nonetheless.
We didn't want to impose on our neighbors, so we hurried up and took the sidewalk home:
I hope this isn't the place where the sidewalk ends..
Nope, it's not. This is one nice sidewalk.
This was another nice neighborhood. There were sidewalks that could take you anywhere!
Off the sidewalk to the on ramp...
...and accelerating onto the freeway.
It's easy to call a place home with a neighborhood like this:
There was this wonderful little place where we could get a drink, great character.
There's nothing like relaxing at home.
But then, as I have been forced to become accustomed to, we were kicked out again, this time with the whole neighborhood raining down tears. So we went where we knew the landing would be soft, because this would be a crash landing........................................... ..........I think the potato gun proved the stability.
06-11-2012, 12:02 AM #2
But even if it's a crash landing, it's good knowing that your launching point is here.
And when home includes friends like this:
Who shred like this:
You know that home is a good place to be.
Let me come home...
Home is whenever I'm with you.
I think the potato gun proved the stability.
06-11-2012, 12:46 AM #3
Dude are you still online? Lets go skiing early a.m. its gonna be sick."The skis just popped me up out of the snow and I went screaming down the hill on a high better than any heroin junkie." She Ra
06-11-2012, 02:04 AM #4
it's good to know where home is. cool river crossing technique too!Ich bitte dich nur, weck mich nicht.
06-11-2012, 06:57 AM #5
Most excellent.The Passion is in the Risk
06-11-2012, 11:15 AM #6
roighteous.step off the A, bro.
06-11-2012, 11:27 AM #7
very cool!... jfost is really ignorant, he often just needs simple facts laid out for him...
06-11-2012, 12:55 PM #8
Nice work man, love the pics. I'm always trying to rally people to go over that pass to get into Gallatin and that other peak you skied. I still wanna try and ski something else in those pictures this year as it will probly be in for a while still. Really cool to see what it looks like back there right now, good to see that you appreciate this great place to call home."The skis just popped me up out of the snow and I went screaming down the hill on a high better than any heroin junkie." She Ra
06-11-2012, 01:02 PM #9
"Having been Baptized by uller his frosty air now burns my soul with confirmation. I am once again pure." - frozenwater
"once i let go of my material desires many opportunities for playing with the planet emerge. emerge - to come into being through evolution. ok back to work - i gotta pack." - Slaag Master
"As for Flock of Seagulls, everytime that song comes up on my ipod, I turn it up- way up." - goldenboy
06-11-2012, 01:10 PM #10Registered User
- Join Date
- Oct 2010
- Bozeman, MT. (Originally from Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Great TR. I really long for the mountains...
06-11-2012, 06:40 PM #11
06-11-2012, 09:05 PM #12
06-11-2012, 10:28 PM #13Registered User
- Join Date
- Oct 2006
Well playedI can't believe you are a rando racer because I look so much better in Lycra than you.
People who don't think the Earth is flat haven't skied Vail.
06-12-2012, 05:03 AM #14
Grade A stoke.
06-12-2012, 06:04 AM #15
Great shots- home is where the heart is, I guess!
06-13-2012, 10:49 AM #16
I love your home, nice pics"I'd give everything what i know, by the half of what i don't know"
06-13-2012, 11:33 AM #17Registered User
- Join Date
- Dec 2005
I love SE couloir!(i guess gallatin pk is pretty ok also...)
06-13-2012, 09:30 PM #18
Thanks folks, glad ya enjoyed. Home truly is relative; next home is Windy Pass for a week. K bai.I think the potato gun proved the stability.