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  1. #551
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    Friday afternoon was stupid deep at Silver but the families have arrived gonna be a very busy weekend.

  2. #552
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    Hit silver today with 3j. It was deep and fresh the whole time!
    The glades weren't skied out too bad but wardner was super ridden. Going back tmrw if anyone is up, lmk.

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  3. #553
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    Out making laps with my bride when two gents slid over to join us for a ride up the lift. I in full dental attire and the guy next to my wife sporting standard issue mag apparel. After discussing his Free the Powder gloves I moved on to preferred finger banging techniques with lobster claw gloves vs the single finger/mitten combo. My wife, as always, throughly impressed with my choice of discussion topics. Nearing the top and running out of time I Inquired about his Wrenegades and dropped a reference to the BG and SuperBG. BOOM...I had struck gold! It was revealed that I was sharing the lift with the fine local mag Kootenai. Oh yeah, in other news...the snow was good today.

  4. #554
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    Did you introduce yourself as mooseknuckles?

  5. #555
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Did you introduce yourself as mooseknuckles?
    proudly

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooseknuckles View Post
    proudly
    Ha! Awesome.
    I remember thinking so THIS is the guy who chose to go by mooseknuckles. He seems awfully well adjusted.

    I'm still working on getting some skiing in near you guys next time I'm in Spokane. I've failed that goal twice this winter so far

  7. #557
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Ha! Awesome.
    I remember thinking so THIS is the guy who chose to go by mooseknuckles. He seems awfully well adjusted.
    The thug life chose me.

    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    I'm still working on getting some skiing in near you guys next time I'm in Spokane. I've failed that goal twice this winter so far
    I failed on Alpy. In for Bozeman, you?

  8. #558
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    Quote Originally Posted by mooseknuckles View Post
    Out making laps with my bride when two gents slid over to join us for a ride up the lift. I in full dental attire and the guy next to my wife sporting standard issue mag apparel. After discussing his Free the Powder gloves I moved on to preferred finger banging techniques with lobster claw gloves vs the single finger/mitten combo. My wife, as always, throughly impressed with my choice of discussion topics. Nearing the top and running out of time I Inquired about his Wrenegades and dropped a reference to the BG and SuperBG. BOOM...I had struck gold! It was revealed that I was sharing the lift with the fine local mag Kootenai. Oh yeah, in other news...the snow was good today.
    Ha! Pleased to make your acquaintance! I figure anyone who allows me to make cameltoe jokes is good company. And between your wife purposefully entangling her ski pole with mine and then you baiting me with such salacious topics, I was forced to surrender my identity. Little did I know I was discussing cameltoe with a professional, bearing similar nomenclature!

  9. #559
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    the friday night 8 was enough to fill in the trenches for sat.
    yesterday was just an appetizer for the sunday buffet:
    after the usual go-to runs were chopped,
    crossloaded pillow-lines in the trees and alders
    made for the finest day ive seen in 2 seasons at 49N;


    sidenote: not many people here venture into terra incognita
    makes for a full day of untouched runs!
    "we all do dumb shit when we're fucked up" mike tyson

  10. #560
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    Anybody have a good looking highschool aged daughter I could take some laps- with then smash in the gondola

  11. #561
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3j3j3j View Post
    mental midget post
    You definitely want to slow your roll, boy. There's plenty of us who have daughters I would guess, so posting a question like that is in poor taste. It would be a good idea to delete that shit.

  12. #562
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    There's plenty of us who have daughters
    So is that a yes?

  13. #563
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3j3j3j View Post
    So is that a yes?
    Careful, boy.

  14. #564
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3j3j3j View Post
    Anybody have a good looking highschool aged daughter I could take some laps- with then smash in the gondola
    😂😂😂😂

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    Where do I sign up?

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  16. #566
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    Snow stayed decent in back woods of mt Spokane. I bet it will stay that way for the rest of the week.


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  17. #567
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    Did a little sled access touring across from lookout. Pretty flat and mellow but the snow was luscious... Managed to get the little 136 track 550 stuck a time or too Name:  IMG_20180219_084723164.jpg
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  18. #568
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    Best weekend in a few years to say the least. At our house in Mullan we received 24+ in from Thursday till Sunday night. Friday was a snowshoe day with the wife around lookout pass, in 4 hrs the truck had 7-8 in of new on it. Silver MTN Sat was damn nice skiing where ever you went, Eureka, Moonshine and trees between will deep and soft. Lookout Pass Sunday was even better, temp had dropped to 10 and since Thursday am there was 50in + of new snow. Waist deep all day on the MT side and sidecountry glades. All day it was like skiing in frozen smoke, just a giggle fest from top to bottom.

  19. #569
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    Was up with 3j on Monday. I think he forgot to mention that it was stupid deep.
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  20. #570
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    http://http://www.snevamfg.com/
    Has anyone skied these guys? They are in Spokane so just curious about the local ski company

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  21. #571
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    I know that guy and he is super nice guy who races cars in summer. Made in south hill. I have been on snowskates he makes and itís a quality product.

    Not sure how it skis because I donít ski but he also makes snowboards too.

    He just had a demo at Schweitzer. The shop up there carry them and I think they might let you demo one?


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  22. #572
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bdog325 View Post
    http://http://www.snevamfg.com/
    Has anyone skied these guys? They are in Spokane so just curious about the local ski company

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    Interesting side story on TJ Sneva; his uncle is Tom Sneva who won the Indy 500 in 1983 and his dad is Jerry Sneva who also raced at Indy and was Rookie of the Year in 1977. His dad just passed away last month.


    As for the skis, I haven't skied them but have heard they're pretty good from some friends who have. He's been building skis since 1994 and so far as I know, has good QC and is very good to work with. You can get custom graphics if you want and, I think, custom specs.

    Your link didn't work so here's the correct link: www.snevamfg.com/

    ETA: Oh, and by the way...I'm back so I'm not missing this next storm cycle!

  23. #573
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    2013/14 Inland PNW thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Bdog325 View Post
    http://http://www.snevamfg.com/
    Has anyone skied these guys? They are in Spokane so just curious about the local ski company

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    I have not skied them. I have fondled them and the build seemed decent. They don't list a TR but man did they have some serious side cut. Just looking at them. The E5 196 is 146/110/126. The tips were also very soft and seemed decently stiff under foot, not as much as I would like.
    The 191 looks more up my ally at 147/115/126 but I haven't had a chance to look at them.

  24. #574
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    I have not skied them. I have fondled them and the build seemed decent. They don't list a TR but man did they have some serious side cut. Just looking at them. The E5 196 is 146/110/126. The tips were also very soft and seemed decently stiff under foot, not as much as I would like.
    The 191 looks more up my ally at 147/115/126 but I haven't had a chance to look at them.
    Not a super big fan of soft tips but might have to go check them out sometime.

    And if either of you guys are up at silver or Schweitzer on Sunday hmu

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  25. #575
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    He can really do custom core work so if you wanna stiff tip, he can build it to your specifications.


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