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  1. #1526
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    i'm all about stout, guy.
    lot's of this in my diet, right now.
    milk stout from NY, it's like milk chocolate in a can.

    Last edited by buttahflake; 11-12-2012 at 07:20 PM.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  2. #1527
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    dude, where are the angles?
    yer, way to inside, and the chicken wing/patrol arm on the left.
    dude, are those straight skis?

    fat skis suck, straight skis truck! woot!

    peel away corn bliss baby!!!



    not a good day for a helmet, ever

    rog

  3. #1528
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    i kid, i kid, well kinda.
    looks like excellent snow from my couch.
    way to get some Maine stoke on board.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  4. #1529
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    I have had a few milk stouts and they are interesting. Holding some of these for Bucket with his $40 Buddas and he did say drink a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    i kid, i kid, well kinda.
    well good call on the chicken wing/patrol arm.......yet another thing to work on i guess, always somethin

    looks like excellent snow from my couch.
    right from 1st run in the sun, it was like a dream. good deep corn has that all day staying power, especially the manmade variety. never sticky, always consistent, all day.


    way to get some Maine stoke on board.
    someone has to, glad you appreciate. such a nice ski vibe in the one syllable state. always been that way.

    rog

  6. #1531
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    They have skiing in Maine? Weird. Who knew
    "Whenever I get a massage, I ALWAYS request a dude." -lionelhutz

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  7. #1532
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    I have had a few milk stouts and they are interesting. Holding some of these for Bucket with his $40 Buddas and he did say drink a few.

    Bucket= "safe as milk" :-))
    sweet buddas bucket...they were fondled

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpetrics View Post
    They have skiing in Maine? Weird. Who knew
    just groomers

    rog

  9. #1534
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    37.0` and raining b-o-b though not as heavily as it was at 5am. 29` at the summit, ssooooo maybe?

    Temp hit 65.8` here yesterday with big winds. I did enjoy the warm summerish temps [lemons] as it made it pleasant to clear out the job I am finishing. The other job I am doing [2 bath/kitchen] is only 30 seconds down the road and will allow more time to pedal and hike around the hills. With 5 days of sunny weather I am looking to stretch my legs. No full moon so I guess I'll have to give star trails a shot this week.
    I did take Sunday off and spent a pleasurable 2 hours spinning around Dennyland. Trails were leafy and dry and I was able to grunt out a few tricky climbs that can be elusive.
    No hunters insight though I remember a ride 13 or so years ago where I heard a gunshot and rolled up on a dead doe 2 minutes later. A hunter walked up and said "What is it?" I said "dead Doe" his reply "I heard the shot and came to look " whos to argue with a gun toting poacher.

    Working on the camera skills and thinking I need a monopole as the images I captured with the MPC in mind were not that sharp as I was stopped way down trying to get a multitude of elements involved.
    [/endblog]

    1 pic of the "jug" , nice climb up from here.

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  10. #1535
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    Seeing snow in the Catskills this am. Anyone confirm?
    For sure, you have to be lost to find a place that can't be found, elseways everyone would know where it was

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    Quote Originally Posted by icelanticskier View Post
    fat skis suck, straight skis truck! woot!

    peel away corn bliss baby!!!



    not a good day for a helmet, ever

    rog
    I really like this image of the corn slicing.

    Quote Originally Posted by EarlyWood View Post
    Bucket= "safe as milk" :-))
    sweet buddas bucket...they were fondled
    Nice catch on the milk quote. The Wood is strong in the morning[sorry].

    There is some sort of white flakey stuff mixing with the rain now.
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  12. #1537
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarlyWood View Post
    Bucket= "safe as milk" :-))
    sweet buddas bucket...they were fondled
    well, glad SOMEONE'S gotten a chance to fondle 'em...and i know you know how to treat 'em!

    and yes VT-free - SOME - i look forward to checking out the milk stout (cortesy of biff chalupa, who rescued those skis from an nder-appreciative home)

    some pics from saturday at K. top to bottom. parked 75 ft from the gondi.
    folks were spread out to the point of it feeling empty much of the day...and very natural-feeling mc-snow soft powder-corn turns for much of the morning!
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  13. #1538
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    I really like this image of the corn slicing.
    glad you like the catch, here's the release:



    left hand/wrist right where it ought to be for the new turn. no chicken wing....... this time

    love the release

    nice nov bike stoke vt free, so much to do here new england in such short distances. wind just switched a few hours early, may be a two session surf day today.........high tide york this am, low tide rivermouth this afternoon. mmmmmmm, novApril, gotta love it!

    k-ton looks sweet bucket!

    rog

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    Quote Originally Posted by laseranimal View Post
    Seeing snow in the Catskills this am. Anyone confirm?
    I was up at Windham Sunday and it was 60 degrees, but it's raining and cooler down here in NYC today....so maybe???
    northern lights and southern comfort...

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    Drop that ass and ride those tails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    JS, my buddy is head of grooming for BW nordic.
    You buddy and his crew sure do a fine job there.
    Just need to get management to crack down on those walkers messing up the corduroy:






    BTW, Jiminy was pretty nice yesterday afternoon, although the full 1150' vertical will probably be broken up toward the bottom, but something like 800' will still be solid, and with two different routes to choose from also.

    And nice ESAW write-up here (by EMS avy instructor Dave Lottmann):
    http://davidlottmann.wordpress.com/2...nche-workshop/
    (My write-up will appear in an upcoming issue of the American Avalanche Association's "The Avalanche Review" publication.)
    For those stuck in the Northeast, check out the NE Rando Race Series and my avalanche course. (For other avalanche course providers anywhere, feel free to use any of my "homework" assignments for your own courses too.)

  17. #1542
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    Quote Originally Posted by laseranimal View Post
    Seeing snow in the Catskills this am. Anyone confirm?


    Yes. Big fatass flakes. The little lady just told me it's snowing there- and she's really close to Bellayre for a reference point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    not enough nun fisters in that community

  18. #1543
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    Dumping up in the mountains here wet big flakes. Accumulating also. But most of winter melted away the last couple of days.

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ID:	125556Yea, woke up to a couple inches on the car this am.

    Like the Farmhouse Ale. The owner is good guy too as he hooks my brother-in-law up with brewing supplies, who hooks me up with some samplings.
    As far as Milk Stouts go this one has become my favorite.
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  20. #1545
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    Quote Originally Posted by thin cover View Post
    Dumping up in the mountains here wet big flakes. Accumulating also. But most of winter melted away the last couple of days.
    Excellent keep us posted. Can't wait to get up VT this weekend. Temps looks nice and cold all week.

  21. #1546
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    here's a little AM pow skimmin' from 2day
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTsession View Post
    Excellent keep us posted. Can't wait to get up VT this weekend. Temps looks nice and cold all week.
    If you come to Mansfield area let me know. I will be down in Stowe on Saturday visiting some friends most likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thin cover View Post
    If you come to Mansfield area let me know. I will be down in Stowe on Saturday visiting some friends most likely.
    We'll be up at Stowe Saturday by mid morning. Send me a PM if you're skiing at Stowe or want to grab a beer afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laseranimal View Post
    Seeing snow in the Catskills this am. Anyone confirm?
    There was something frozen falling from the sky in Saratoga around 7:15 this am. I wouldn't exactly call it snow.

  25. #1550
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    Thanks and nice,just gonna have one and it looks like 4-5" from teh work deck.





    Someone got some, go get some.

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    All I wanted was a Pepsi?



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