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  1. #76
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    Great photos! The blanket and binky are classic!


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    Race at the mighty Skaneateles.





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  3. #78
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    First trip on a tram:
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  4. #79
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    The boy graduated to black diamonds and was begging to hit the double blacks - not yet, but soon grasshopper!

    He was so proud to show me - right back atcha, my little man!


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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet begonias View Post
    All this stoke of super young and up to teens is AWESOME. Being a parent is fantastic and being the parent of a skier even better. The day they make it down from the summit unaided is indescribable. It happened for us the other day. I've been out with Bridger a lot this winter, he's got about 30 days on snow by my calculations. This past week or two has seen MAJOR breakthrough for him and then Thursday the conditions and weather were prime. He took 3 summit runs in the am and 2 in the pm. Almost top to bottom and with no help at all from myself or grandpa (who's just as stoked as I am).

    Oh and he's not quite 3.5, born in November '08. A small clip from Thursday at Magic, VT:



    Proudest parent day ever!! EVER!
    The proudest days just keep coming! Bridger is killing it and will soon be slaying AK lines.
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  6. #81
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    Here's my 6 year old's first time in the superpipe...
    Because rich has nothing to do with money.

  7. #82
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    Did the yearly family trip to Zermatt. Was stoked to see how my kids enjoy skiing... FYI: my daughter just turned 7, son is 4 (first time in ski school this year).
    Enzo's first turns:


    Together with sister:


    Checking out the baby park:


    Do you like skiing?


    First time with poles:


    Action Tess
    Action Enzo

    Both rock my world

  8. #83
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    Huckwheat - very cute!

    I've been lagging on the kid stoke this season. Here's some.

    Owen did his first race at China Peak this weekend - he did awesome!


    he's 5
    he placed mid-table in the 6-8 year old group
    he was a very good boy all weekend
    he had a lot of fun

    he posed for his mama


    I think we have some race photos to share, too

  9. #84
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    This is by far my favorite thread on TGR. I love all the stoke!!!

    It's also a great place to play SUPER PROUD parent without annoying all of your childless friends.

    Our 3 year old has been absolutely killing it this year. Everyday we ski is a new adventure. I am so stoked to get out with him.

    We just moved from VT to AK and he's already a pow hungry little dude.

    He skied what I learned is called "Breakfast Bowl" and also lower Hillary's (telemike, you should recognize these names). I got breakfast bowl on video. The whole rest of the day he kept asking to ski pow pow. He told his dad that he needs powder skis like mommy. I was almost rolling with laughter. Being a ski parent rocks.

    A little TGR powder/bowl stokage if you don't mind:



    So proud!!!
    ‎"Powder snow skiing is not fun. It's life, fully lived, life lived in a blaze of reality." -Dolores LaChapelle

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    Had another ski window. Inbounds looked poor, so I was planning to tour. While waiting for my partner, we built a kicker in the front yard for my godsons.

    Jules will be 4 tomorrow


    His older brother worked on his 180 for the rest of session after this test run.


    Got to get these guys across the street next time where a bit more incline would help with speed.

  11. #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottime View Post
    Had another ski window. Inbounds looked poor, so I was planning to tour. While waiting for my partner, we built a kicker in the front yard for my godsons.

    Jules will be 4 tomorrow

    This ^ just inspired us to build a jump in our yard today after skiing. Excellent work godfather.
    ‎"Powder snow skiing is not fun. It's life, fully lived, life lived in a blaze of reality." -Dolores LaChapelle

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    Last run of our season.....

  13. #88
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    I'm all verklempt.

    #1 and #2 son's finished 2nd in their respective age groups at the PNW regional comp this weekend. Took all three into the bc for some pow turns too.

    thing #3 (11) in the bc....


    and thing #2 (13) .....


    thing #1's pow photos didn't come out great but some stuff from the comp....
    #1 sends it.....


    #2 sends it....


    ...and charges hard....


    and my favorite photo of the weekend.... brothers congratulate each other after their back-to-back runs.....

  14. #89
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    Oftpiste that is just awesome!!!

    My 3 year old continues to amaze me every day. He's got 45 (if not more) days on skis. But who's counting?

    Here's from today, taking air.



    This past Friday.



    Picking up (older) skier girls named Ingrid.

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    Raise 'em right.
    ‎"Powder snow skiing is not fun. It's life, fully lived, life lived in a blaze of reality." -Dolores LaChapelle

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    I <3 this thread

    Offpiste, was that a freeski comp? The Things were sending it

    Scarlett, love the tuck. Did your son invite Ingrid to hottub with him?
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    Yes, Jr. freeskiing comp. That was a regional event. Off to SB with them tomorrow for the JFT closer of the season.


    Great skiing from the 3 year old, Scarlet. That kid is gonna be a ripper.

    Quote Originally Posted by telebobski View Post
    I <3 this thread

    Offpiste, was that a freeski comp? The Things were sending it

    Scarlett, love the tuck. Did your son invite Ingrid to hottub with him?

  17. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Yes, Jr. freeskiing comp. That was a regional event. Off to SB with them tomorrow for the JFT closer of the season.
    Good luck to them. Post pics on return
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  18. #93
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    Fun season....









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    "Shit, I'll choke her while she's cleaning, and I'll do it wearing a helmet cam mounted on a full-face helmet.
    I'll have meatdrink9 do the lighting for the shot. He'll make it artsy as fuck."
    - Phunk

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    ^^^^ You (and they when a bit older) will be really glad you did the race thing. Keep them in it as long as humanly possible, even if there are some objections!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    ^^^^ You (and they when a bit older) will be really glad you did the race thing. Keep them in it as long as humanly possible, even if there are some objections!
    Don't worry... we live in the midwest! Plus, my wife and I both raced up to FIS level and college, and still enjoy it. Not as much as powder, steeps and chutes, though... Gotta have a good baseline.
    "Shit, I'll choke her while she's cleaning, and I'll do it wearing a helmet cam mounted on a full-face helmet.
    I'll have meatdrink9 do the lighting for the shot. He'll make it artsy as fuck."
    - Phunk

  21. #96
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    hellz yeah!

    FKNA

    taking Owen to the J4/5 Far West championships at Northstar later in the week - all about the big race experience - should be very fun

    good stoke, yo!

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    more to come

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    Nice Work Owen! Love the hands forward and big air.

    Question...why the harness on the little guy? Clearly it's not because he needs help skiing. To help hoist him onto the lift?

    Yooper, love the video.

    Telebob - hot tub's undergoing maintenance. He did invite her to tailgate in the lot though.

    Got the little guy skiing bumps on a blue the other day. Love the corn snow!! I also love that he tries ANYTHING and doesn't ever complain. He's even starting to pop off the jumps/lips he's hitting. Can't even imagine what next year will bring when he's bigger and stronger.

    This thread is killer stoke!! Love it.
    ‎"Powder snow skiing is not fun. It's life, fully lived, life lived in a blaze of reality." -Dolores LaChapelle

  24. #99
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    lift ops like the harness, as do race coaches - he's still tiny

    Eaglecrest breeds 'em strong



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