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  1. #15751
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    stump impact, -face ?

    ' hope your are Uninjured -


    skiJ

  2. #15752
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Been here since 91, this is as low tide in January as I have ever seen. Maybe some refresh tomorrow.
    Traverse into Alder/Cold Spring is downright comical right now.

  3. #15753
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiJ View Post
    stump impact, -face ?

    ' hope your are Uninjured -


    skiJ
    Stump, indeed. Broke my ski and not my leg so I guess thatís a win.

    Coverage is pretty abysmal. Plenty of groomers riddled with rocks and bare spots popping up. Ski up lift lines basically everywhere but swifty (which was <5 minutes) so that was nice.


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    "somebody's gotta do it"

  4. #15754
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    Professionally curated assymetrical skis handcrafted in Big Sky? My opening bid for these beauties with their binders is 100 TRY. I'm glad you are OK even if you don't accept the generous opening offer.

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    Thin sky lived up to the name today.


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    Good times were had! Thanks montana, off to wyoming.


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    Gravity always wins...

  6. #15756
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    Quote Originally Posted by Talisman View Post
    Professionally curated assymetrical skis handcrafted in Big Sky? My opening bid for these beauties with their binders is 100 TRY. I'm glad you are OK even if you don't accept the generous opening offer.
    I was actually thinking about repurposing the intact ski to a mono ski with a slalom waterski stance.


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  7. #15757
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealurface831 View Post
    I was actually thinking about repurposing the intact ski to a mono ski with a slalom waterski stance.


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  8. #15758
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealurface831 View Post
    Stump, indeed. Broke my ski and not my leg so I guess that’s a win.

    Coverage is pretty abysmal. Plenty of groomers riddled with rocks and bare spots popping up. Ski up lift lines basically everywhere but swifty (which was <5 minutes) so that was nice.


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    If you need boards I am selling some 188 Quixotes on gearswap. I will hook you up a sweet deal. And they are actually SUPPOSED to be asymmetric.

  9. #15759
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    The clouds lifted and I saw Mary's nipple

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  10. #15760
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    Finding the rocks and getting back in shape

    Been out a few times around Big Sky and further south. Good times were had getting back into shape - we have become comfortable with being the slowest party out there. The bottoms of my skis might beg to differ as the windblown slopes are thin. With that said, it has been fun to have green light conditions.

    Last Sunday we bailed on the steep (for us) chute because the snow was pretty firm, and frankly we are not in great jump turn shape. Several folks skied it before us though -- looked fun. We had decent turns on the face, but any onlookers who witnessed our style were probably glad we didn't try the chute!

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  11. #15761
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    Quote Originally Posted by njb View Post
    Been out a few times around Big Sky and further south. Good times were had getting back into shape - we have become comfortable with being the slowest party out there. The bottoms of my skis might beg to differ as the windblown slopes are thin. With that said, it has been fun to have green light conditions.

    Last Sunday we bailed on the steep (for us) chute because the snow was pretty firm, and frankly we are not in great jump turn shape. Several folks skied it before us though -- looked fun. We had decent turns on the face, but any onlookers who witnessed our style were probably glad we didn't try the chute!

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    Nice butt crack

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  12. #15762
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnar_Shralp406 View Post
    The clouds lifted and I saw Mary's nipple

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    Voile strap on chica's boot is classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
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    Good times were had! Thanks montana, off to wyoming.


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    You didn't get any pics of me skiing the skin track switch back to the road. That's bullshit.

    Highly variable snow conditions (but generally soft up-high) in observably/relatively stable conditions with warm temps and a bonus sporty luge track exit from a Bozeman touring mainstay superhighway as evidenced by the half-dozen groups of hungover college students on their way up when Riff and I were on our way down. </run-on sentence>

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  14. #15764
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    Big Sky Big Grass is back in 2022!!!

  15. #15765
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    Anyone have any opinions to share publicly or privately re: Montana Ski Tuning & Boot Fitting (in Bozeman)?

    Someone important to me has been dealing with boot issues and needs a solid fitter.

    Thanks!!

  16. #15766
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    I tried to use them for boot fitting, will not be going back for boots or ski tuning.

  17. #15767
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    I tried to use them for boot fitting, will not be going back for boots or ski tuning.
    Thanks! Can you expand on that (privately if you prefer)?

    Likely needs are footbed, liner bake, and some punches/shell work.

  18. #15768
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    I'm curious what Bandit had happen there. I did an intuition liner bake there with zero issues. Have a few friends who've done the same.

  19. #15769
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathleenturneroverdrive View Post
    I'm curious what Bandit had happen there. I did an intuition liner bake there with zero issues. Have a few friends who've done the same. I went a couple years back and it was clear they were anti-maskers, but that's not a shocker in Montana.
    Apparently there were lots of local recommendations & it wasn't easy to get an appointment (I know, no guarantee) —†I was/am curious to hear the opinion of members here, which I value more highly.

  20. #15770
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    Just bought this, waiting a week for it to arrive. Also getting tracks for it. Iíve owned a lot of tracked vehicles in my time (Trackhead) including ones similar to this. Will be primarily using for Big Belt access and grooming my own Nordic skiing locally. Not as functional as a snowmobile, but will do fine for road access, as thatís all I need it to do.


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    When itís set up, locals here encouraged to join in. Need touring partners.

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    Awesome! ^

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    Yeah Trackhead that thing looks badass. I'll be down for some Big Belt action this spring for sure.

    Gorgeous morning to ski dust on crust. Take whatever we can get at this point I guess.


  23. #15773
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    Congratulations, I want to see that bad boy with tracks on it in the snow. A nice rig for packing out an elk or moose too!

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  24. #15774
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    Take whatever we can get at this point I guess.
    I've adjusted my stoke meter.


  25. #15775
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    One of my previous freak show tracked vehicles back in my Utah days.


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