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  1. #2026
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    Flipping birds of prey, pretty good too

  2. #2027
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    Hah! Didnít notice that before!


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  3. #2028
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLS View Post
    Flipping birds of prey, pretty good too
    That is what I noticed first as well. So funny.

  4. #2029
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    Last Saturday I got my first turns in June and we got our 12-month-old out on his snowboard for the first time. He seemed to enjoy it when playing around, so that's great! We really can't wait for next season and are looking forward to using the Hover Cover to play around in the house with the board to get used to everything more. He's still got to grow into everything too!

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  5. #2030
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    Getting ready for start of slalom camp at snowbird!Click image for larger version. 

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  6. #2031
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    this popped up on YouTube today

    my little boy

    Meat's in the freezer. Let's go skiing.


  7. #2032
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    here's another from the next season

  8. #2033
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    anti-summer rail jam at brighton ....

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  9. #2034
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    Kids hit the adventure games over the weekend...had a ton of fun!


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  10. #2035
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    summer photo shoot today.....11 years old

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  11. #2036
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    Hell yeah!


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  12. #2037
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Braun View Post
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    just killer!

  13. #2038
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    PE, Mechanical Engineering
    University of Bridger Bowl Alumnus
    Alpental Creeper

  14. #2039
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    That is a truly beautiful photo


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  15. #2040
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    Been prepping some new gear for the wife and me the past couple days and he wonít leave it alone. He might be more obsessed than I am already Click image for larger version. 

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  16. #2041
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    Anyone with little kids ripping on skis let them dabble in snowboarding, and if so, any recs? My 5 year old can ski most of Bachelor, including hiking to the summit and going down the backside, but he's interested in some occasional playful snowboarding. In part because I'm still better on a board even though I'm almost always on skis with him. Mostly I'm wondering if there are any gear recs, given this can be a time of year to find deals, especially used.

  17. #2042
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    Quote Originally Posted by markb View Post
    Anyone with little kids ripping on skis let them dabble in snowboarding, and if so, any recs? My 5 year old can ski most of Bachelor, including hiking to the summit and going down the backside, but he's interested in some occasional playful snowboarding. In part because I'm still better on a board even though I'm almost always on skis with him. Mostly I'm wondering if there are any gear recs, given this can be a time of year to find deals, especially used.
    I was buying smaller snowboard equipment (18 mo) recently for the up-coming season, but found there was not a whole lot of options for children's gear in any sizes really.
    Give Craigslist and FB Marketplace a try. You can also try Snowboard Trader on FB - there's been some kid's stuff up there recently and always new things being posted.
    Good luck!

  18. #2043
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    Spotted this fantastic rig the other day. The kid that rolls this bike and wears this helmut must be some sorta badass...

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  19. #2044
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    Ongoing Kid Stoke [2011 and on...]

    Mutton Busting @ the Big Sky PBR
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    Family enjoying the Mt Helena Ridge Trail. Im jealous!


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  22. #2047
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    summer training is over and school has started. the 10yr old is starting to put it together, should be a fun winter


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    Quick survey: Looking to head out to Colorado/Utah after Xmas before NYE with my 4 year old for his first trip to a real mountain (skied all Midwest for the last 2 seasons).

    Where can we head that won't be (too) insane? Have a preference for Colorado cause we have friends that live in Edwards, who we'd like to hang and ski with. Any insights on Keystone/Steamboat/Copper/ other ideas?

    Vail/Beaver Creek are no-gos due to black out dates on Local Pass.

  24. #2049
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    Quote Originally Posted by GAPERsauraus REX View Post
    Quick survey: Looking to head out to Colorado/Utah after Xmas before NYE with my 4 year old for his first trip to a real mountain (skied all Midwest for the last 2 seasons).

    Where can we head that won't be (too) insane? Have a preference for Colorado cause we have friends that live in Edwards, who we'd like to hang and ski with. Any insights on Keystone/Steamboat/Copper/ other ideas?

    Vail/Beaver Creek are no-gos due to black out dates on Local Pass.
    Well, Beaver Creek would be the place but since that is out Sunlight. Not a bad drive from Edwards. Super low key and still a real mountain. Haven't skied it since I was a kid but it looked super good last year when I stayed up there in February.

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    X2 for Ski Sunlight

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