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  1. #34801
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    Fuck no, Epic mix(tm) takes care of that shit for me!
    Should have Strava'd it. You get a participation ribbon.

  2. #34802
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    This weather warrants morning laps and afternoon golf. Who’s in? 8:30 to 11:00 at Breck , lunch at the Whole Foods with Fred, nine holes in Denver at 2pm.


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  3. #34803
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    Sounds wonderful im more of a laps on the mtb at the dump and ski late afternoon guy

    but I'm headed to Scottsdale w my grandmother

    The butthurt here is terrible

    I'll post up on the quality of tail being served at the Sedona whole foods tomorrow evening

  4. #34804
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    Looks like the weather will be the same for a couple more weeks Fred.
    Since Fred isn’t available, laps at keystone and golf in Lakewood.


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  5. #34805
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    Looks like your all alone at keystone hopefully you can find a few randos to make that foursome may I suggest the whole foods at belmar for lunch

    I'll be back inbreck sometime after wintere starts which will be early april in the meantime my grandma wants me to read scene 4 from the glass menagerie outlound

  6. #34806
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    Thinking about trying to go play 18 on Wednesday

  7. #34807
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    What a shift yesterday, went from absolute insanity in town fri/sat to a super slow sunday. Skied onto the chair every lap of my ski break. I have a feeling that while it'll be busy all winter in "normal" respects, holidays are just going to be just silly now that people are on a more regular school/work/holiday break schedule again.

    Seems obvious to say almost, but last winter it was just all sorts of random when it'd get the most busy.

  8. #34808
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    Early outputs for the December 6-7 storm are underwhelming.
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  9. #34809
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    The biking has been exceptional lately.

  10. #34810
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    ^^^yes, got a nice ride in the woods today.

    Someone friggin develop a year round lift served mtn bike mountain in the Front Range. It would kill it.

  11. #34811
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leshphilling77 View Post
    Thinking about trying to go play 18 on Wednesday
    Got nine after a morning at keystone, foothills golf course is in pretty good shape.
    Hawtgt and one more? For Wednesday?


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  12. #34812
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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    ^^^yes, got a nice ride in the woods today.

    Someone friggin develop a year round lift served mtn bike mountain in the Front Range. It would kill it.
    Keep smokin' dat crack.

  13. #34813
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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    ^^^yes, got a nice ride in the woods today.

    Someone friggin develop a year round lift served mtn bike mountain in the Front Range. It would kill it.
    E bikes are much more efficient and don’t require “hours of operation”.

  14. #34814
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredhead View Post
    E bikes are much more efficient and don’t require “hours of operation”.
    Keep smokin' DAT crack.

  15. #34815
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    Course coverage is great, Grouse from a distance looks not too bad, but Larkspur, Strawberry and front side has a long way to go. Mostly brown.
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  16. #34816
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    Course coverage is great, Grouse from a distance looks not too bad, but Larkspur, Strawberry and front side has a long way to go. Mostly brown.
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    I’m working the next two days up there....kinda stoked actually


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  17. #34817
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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    Keep smokin' DAT crack.
    I rode today.

  18. #34818
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    Quote Originally Posted by montanaskier View Post
    I’m working the next two days up there....kinda stoked actually


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    It’s a kick. And sometimes a little sketchy. I just feel how out of shape I am, but the consensus is it really helps kick start ski shape for some of us. I’m cooked.

  19. #34819
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    Thanks for the pic, brought me right back! Some of my absolute best memories on skis, and some downright terrifying ones. I'll look forward to watching on TV later in the week.

    My favorite vid from BOP:

    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    Keystone is the new Snowbird

  20. #34820
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    shit, golf sounds dam good but I'm booked this week, great weather for it.

    have been playing quite a bit of disc though this fall, game still sucks but having fun.

  21. #34821
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    Holy hell im tired....course is in great shape despite the temps. Back up early tomorrow for one more day. That thing at those speeds never ceases to amaze me....insanity.


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  22. #34822
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    Quote Originally Posted by montanaskier View Post
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    Holy hell im tired....course is in great shape despite the temps. Back up early tomorrow for one more day. That thing at those speeds never ceases to amaze me....insanity.


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    What tasks did you do? Sounds fun!

  23. #34823
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    FIS appears to really like the course.
    I actually had one of the easier days on course today. There is just not enough extra snow to really try and get too busy with it, at least where I got sent. Felt almost guilty, but my body is thankful.

  24. #34824
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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    What tasks did you do? Sounds fun!
    My group did quite a bit of B-net work today. Carrying 50lb B-net rolls on your shoulder while sliding down Golden Eagle is fairly difficult.


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  25. #34825
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    Quote Originally Posted by montanaskier View Post
    My group did quite a bit of B-net work today. Carrying 50lb B-net rolls on your shoulder while sliding down Golden Eagle is fairly difficult.


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    Pssshhhhttt!!! What would Saban say? The Bear? Big game coming up this weekend!

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