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  1. #8201
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    $40 for a hat that makes you look like huge douche? What's the problem?

    They're hand assembled in Vail for christsakes, these bros are just trying to put food on on the table.

  2. #8202
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hott Butt Mud View Post
    realize their have been millions of people going about their lives, many of whom (good or bad) who have not changed a single behavior, are all over the fucking place. It's not that crowded in Front Range right now actually.
    Oh, we realize, trust us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skistack View Post
    $40 for a hat that makes you look like huge douche? What's the problem?

    They're hand assembled in Vail for christsakes, these bros are just trying to put food on on the table.
    Silk screening block letters is a lost art I suppose.

  4. #8204
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    I’d never wear the breck local hat but hey, the proceeds are going to something pretty cool. I had two nice ladies come by the shop yesterday and they bought me lunch. It’s part of a new “summit county love” group where they feed local’s some lunches. Not exactly like I need charity but hey, my rent is high and town can be expensive so a free lunch every now and then is pretty cool!

    I was told ski town made the hats but has no affiliation with the proceeds they make or anything of that sort.

  5. #8205
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    meh.... not a good looking hat but sold for a good cause.

    how was lunch bamboo? what they bring you?

    if it keeps a few more employed and few more fed and keeping doors open then all good for summit. I suspect many of these hats will end up in the top shelf of the back closet of every rental.

  6. #8206
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    ... from fruita
    Could be, I wasnt driving so I probably downed 12 beers.

    Woke up sleeping on a pile of rocks with no mat behind a bush at the trailhead.

    Lets go ride 50 miles!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Keystone is fucking lame. But, deadly.

  7. #8207
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hott Butt Mud View Post
    I'm going to be curious what you think....

    I feel a sense that a lot of the shut-in mountain community folk have become very isolated in terms of population scope. Such as the largest amount of people they see is at the grocery and very few people in between. Not on the roads, schools, parties, etc.

    When you drive down that hill to Denver and start to realize their have been millions of people going about their lives, many of whom (good or bad) who have not changed a single behavior, are all over the fucking place. It's not that crowded in Front Range right now actually.
    Most traffic of the day was EB at Dumont. Felt a little quieter than normal, but yeah, just another day in the city. Two visits and Good Times drive thru so kept it pretty contained. Good to be back home though. Life goes on for now apparently.

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    My son and his girl live in Glenwood. We went down yesterday and rode the Canyon trail with them.
    East bound I-70 was really backed up and I'm sure we beat any traffice thru the canyon.

  9. #8209
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    Am I the only one that thought that trailered vehicles were forbidden in the Toll Lane East Bound? I got behind a guy yesterday in his large pickup pulling a boat and he was going 10-15 under 60 the whole way back. We passed three state troopers who didn't really do anything either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by admx View Post
    Am I the only one that thought that trailered vehicles were forbidden in the Toll Lane East Bound? I got behind a guy yesterday in his large pickup pulling a boat and he was going 10-15 under 60 the whole way back. We passed three state troopers who didn't really do anything either.
    my understanding is that the staties won't pull anyone over in the toll lane area, because there's no safe place to do so.
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    Wonder if you can complain to the toll company and demand a refund

    Why is the state responsible for enforcing the rules for for a private toll company? Maybe they should high Blackwater or something
    Quote Originally Posted by blurred
    skiing is hiking all day so that you can ski on shitty gear for 5 minutes.

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    sure felt like fullblown I70 traffic yesterday afternoon rolling back from Frisco around 1 pm.

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    Not I-70, but we went for a late-ish Father's Day hike up 285 (1pm departure from town) and the shitshow was in full effect. Backups EB ALL the way from the light at Crow Hill to Shawnee.

    There was still a bit of traffic when we came back around 7:30pm at Crow Hill and then Pine Junction...

  14. #8214
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    yeah summer bitches!

    every tool went out and bought a van tow trailer or an rv so much for that downturn and picking up a van on the cheap
    been going to denver alot and spreading the flue around seeing as how a bunch of people I know have it I must have it
    todays return trip was very trying from silverploom to the tunnel
    every cock sucker pulling a boat or a travel trailer was passing semis doing about 5 mph faster than the semi

    what happened bring back the lock down

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbomike15 View Post
    sure felt like fullblown I70 traffic yesterday afternoon rolling back from Frisco around 1 pm.
    I waited to head back at 5 and it was smooth sailing back down. Seems like everyone leaves earlier Sunday afternoon these days thinking theyíll beat 4pm traffic, only to find everyone else is doing the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkgt View Post
    meh.... not a good looking hat but sold for a good cause.

    how was lunch bamboo? what they bring you?

    if it keeps a few more employed and few more fed and keeping doors open then all good for summit. I suspect many of these hats will end up in the top shelf of the back closet of every rental.
    They just asked what I wanted and went and got it for me haha. Nothing wrong with a free gyro from Redz

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    In other news it definitely seems as though people have gone back to work this week. CB two weeks ago was just nuts (as in finding a close in camp spot was tough on a monday night) and this week we only saw lots of people in town at dinner time. Even breck has a few less people wandering the walkable main street this week versus last.

    The walkable main street is great btw, obviously where I work is pretty much all winter business but I've been pretty busy all month. It's our biggest June by 150%

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamboocoreONLY View Post
    The walkable main street is great btw, obviously where I work is pretty much all winter business but I've been pretty busy all month. It's our biggest June by 150%
    We went to Frisco Main last weekend and it was moderately busy, but not too crazy. Beer at Prosit. Well spaced folks and all. I've been down Breck main a few times and it looks pretty mellow mid day, but there are people. Been getting Giam's a few times a week for the last few months. Chicken Parmmmmmmm!

    I think that the 4th could be kinda crazy. I'll probably avoid the downtowns, head out into the non-tourist known spots and chill. Hopefully people come up and spend lots of money, but act responsibly. We'll see. Just wear a mask motherfuckers!

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    Heavy traffic WB from Empire all the way to Evergreen. What pandemic?

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    I'm going to be joining the I-70 masses tomorrow, going camping for a week. Seems like a reasonable social distancing activity, we have all meals planned out and probably will only have to get gas.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    Good luck everyone trying to find a camp site. I've seen campers at every nook and cranny all week. Some stashed their 5th wheels a week ago and left to hold the spot. So many out of state plates on i-70.

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    We are snagging our campsite tonight. Canít really get to it without a motorcycle or high clearance 4wd. Not too worried, but yeah Iíve been riding around the roads up in the hills around summit and thereís definitely people snagging spots all week.

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    We're camping on private land till Monday, then have reservations for Mon-Wed nights. So we won't need to find a campsite until next Thursday, and I'm hoping that isn't a problem.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
    "She was tossing her bean salad with the vigor of a Drunken Pop princess so I walked out of the corner and said.... "need a hand?"" - Odin
    "I'd eat a bag of Dicks and wash it down with a Coke any day." - iceman

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    You guys are smarter than the average Joe

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    Gonna hit the river tomorrow and then come home and hunker down for the weekend.

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