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  1. #10601
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    turneredoverdrive, ya things are/ were moving- but pretty standard for the amount and density- on top of that crust. im psyched that theres still old bumps under that shit at bb. if its planar, would move way faster and farther.
    swimmy! hit up bobby billy for touring- you guys would be great fucking partners.
    heres a few from today with Bobbybilly and Dani.
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    bobby leading the charge so my dog can take his tail clips off
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    someone needs to ski this madwomans variation...
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    one of the better fall lines at ole bridger bowl..
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    Dani sending it through heavenly blue
    dope skiing, glad its 10" of 10% rather than 20" of 5%. well see how this goes the next couple days....
    Fall Line Will Set You Free

  2. #10602
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    soooorryyyy for the twisted necks. but heres something you all should really watch.
    the bridger bowl point and chute videos!

    me and bobbys

    1st place

    2nd place

    3rd place

    and let us never forget the best P and C video ever!
    Fall Line Will Set You Free

  3. #10603
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    ^Quality^

  4. #10604
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    My neck is fucked from one too many attempts to flash a bumpline at DH speeds, not you.
    But I'm a Scorpio so I tend to hold my friends real close, that's all.

    I'm on vacation, burning in Hell right now, so the action is welcome down here...I mean who doesn't enjoy a POV tomahawk, amirite?

    Stellar footage and editing on all of those. Not a single schmuck. Particularly strong line choices with excellent aesthetics. That shit counts at the top.

    And BB rocks, no getting around it; No wonder so many top shelf skiers come outta there. Norse...


    We're gonna get along just fine methinks. I'm just past the geysers, over the hills.
    At the house of 420.
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  5. #10605
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    And some Whatev - If you've worked/lived in the park you can relate.

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1242910540105576450

  6. #10606
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    Quote Originally Posted by usdatele View Post
    soooorryyyy for the twisted necks. but heres something you all should really watch.
    the bridger bowl point and chute videos!

    me and bobbys

    1st place

    2nd place

    3rd place

    and let us never forget the best P and C video ever!
    Great work as always, Hugh.

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  7. #10607
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    Two straight days of intense snow squalls.

    Salami, Bacon, XX Sharp Cabot Cheese, Avocado, Purple Onion, Mayo, Mustard, and Homemade Kim-Chi on a flour Tortilla.

    *For a company that specializes in media, TGR’s media uploader sucks.
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  8. #10608
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    that wrap sounds awesome.

  9. #10609
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    Stellar morning.


  10. #10610
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    Fair amount of people in the BB lot by 7:15 this morning. Went for the low hanging fruit in the trees on the north side. Someone put in some nice lines on the southern faces near the bear cave. Not sure what it’s called but north of hourglass.




  11. #10611
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djongo Unchained View Post
    And BB rocks, no getting around it; No wonder so many top shelf skiers come outta there. Norse...
    That is something that will always stick with me: How the terrain of BB helps to produce some incredible skiers. I will never forget my there as a pass holder. It really humbles the soul when you see unknown strangers rip lines harder and more confidently than you ever will (and I do see myself as highly-skilled at the sport). In some cases it boggles the mind what people can send on that ridge.

    And I've mentioned it before here, but this a place that molds the out-of-stater's into really talented folks. There is just something about that place that transforms people. My father refers this as "getting the fire in your belly", and its a fairly apt way of putting it.

    Hope you guys are all doing well down there. Harry- I'm bummed that our late-April trip got scuttled. Have been wanting to share turns with you for sometime now. Hope the mayoral duties are still serving you well.

  12. #10612
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    Shelter in place starts Saturday morning until April 10.

  13. #10613
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    Exceptions:


    For outdoor activity. To engage in outdoor activity, provided the individuals comply with social distancing, as defined below, such as, by way of example and without limitation, walking, hiking, running, or biking. Individuals may go to public parks and open outdoor recreation areas, including public lands in Montana provided they remain open to recreation. Montanans are discouraged from outdoor recreation activities that pose enhanced risks of injury or could otherwise stress the ability of local first responders to address the COVID-19 emergency (e.g., backcountry skiing in a manner inconsistent with avalanche recommendations or in closed terrain).

    What does that even mean?

    Seems like you are good to go as long as you do it apart.
    Ooof!

  14. #10614
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    Well, that might be it for my business.

    Time to look at some nine to fives.

  15. #10615
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    Would be shocked if BB didn't shut down the parking lots

  16. #10616
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgge View Post
    Would be shocked if BB didn't shut down the parking lots
    Agree.

  17. #10617
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    My backyard this morning. Started early but the snow quality hung in there until well after noon. Beautiful day to finally get out of the house.


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  18. #10618
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    Quote Originally Posted by regct View Post
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    My backyard this morning. Started early but the snow quality hung in there until well after noon. Beautiful day to finally get out of the house.


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    SICK

  19. #10619
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    Thanks for the defrenzy and quoting the actual verbage from the Gov. As far as bb parking lots.... its like the wind on a perfect bluebird powder day. Please dont even utter its name, lest ull manifest its wrath. Looks like great skiing! Psyched for those that have been getting out!

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    Fall Line Will Set You Free

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    Also a friend sent me this. Witnessed at about 325pm this afternoon. Middle Basin, Big Sky. I have a co-worker who always says “the sun is the worst thing for the snow”. Truth.


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  21. #10621
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    ^^^ One of your former SS directors (not me, a short lil fucker) used to remark how quickly the sun could change fluffy snow into a slab that was reactive, especially on places like the A-Zs or other southerly aspects. Great skiing and then all of a sudden sensitive as hell.
    Ooof!

  22. #10622
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgge View Post
    Would be shocked if BB didn't shut down the parking lots
    They've been itching to do it anyway. Given the groups I've seen up there partying in the lot after skiing, I can't say I blame them.
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  23. #10623
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    ^^^ One of your former SS directors (not me, a short lil fucker) used to remark how quickly the sun could change fluffy snow into a slab that was reactive, especially on places like the A-Zs or other southerly aspects. Great skiing and then all of a sudden sensitive as hell.



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  24. #10624
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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    They're been itching to do it anyway. Given the groups I've seen up there partying in the lot after skiing, I can't say I blame them.
    Are you privy to the conversations had by BB management- how itchy are they? I have been up there everyday this week and have only seen respectful social distancing practiced in the parking lot. Throwaway douche statements like this can have an impact. There are more eyes on this forum than you think. Don't be an asshole (not the first time).

    Everyone be smart and safe.
    "If you're gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough."

  25. #10625
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    Quote Originally Posted by nest View Post
    Are you privy to the conversations had by BB management- how itchy are they? I have been up there everyday this week and have only seen respectful social distancing practiced in the parking lot. Throwaway douche statements like this can have an impact. There are more eyes on this forum than you think. Don't be an asshole (not the first time).

    Everyone be smart and safe.
    Christ, man, you've got some seriously thin skin. What are you, the TGR police?

    I'm glad you've seen people behaving appropriately - that's mostly what I've seen everywhere and it makes me proud of Bozeman, but I was up Saturday and Sunday and saw multiple large groups who definitely weren't practicing social distancing.

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