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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by robrox View Post
    Skins folded and stowed, bindings in ski mode, boots in ski mode, cigar prepped and lit. Transiiton complete, ready to drop 2600 vertical feet.
    hahaha bad ass.
    do your thing.

  2. #77
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    worse is people who pay close to $20/class or $100/mo or whatever to go to a yoga studio and smoke a cigarette right before class. everybody smells it and it's horrible.

  3. #78
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    Went skiing in Wisconsin this year. Lot of people smoking everywhere. Many dudes sitting around by themselves with a full pitcher of beer in the lodge middle of the day.

  4. #79
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    Seriously, I get that, the yoga class deal especially. Indoors...go to a cigar bar or other place where smoking is the norm.

    Smoking in the Tram line or Gondi line and then reeking the ride up...no, not kind at all. I tend not to smoke on the mapped trails and watch my drift when there are people about.

    Out in the BC, another story. Trail work, another story.

    Don't need DEET in the summer, bugz hate smoke and flee. Been passed by hikers who glare at me and then not far down the trail they are slathering on the DEET because they are suddenly getting chewed on. Happens quite a lot...makes me chuckle.

    Life, it's a funny old thing.
    Happy Shredding Season to one and all!

  5. #80
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    Zone Controller

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  6. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by uglymoney View Post
    Went skiing in Wisconsin this year. Lot of people smoking everywhere. Many dudes sitting around by themselves with a full pitcher of beer in the lodge middle of the day.
    Anywhere East of the Rockies and west of the Green mountains skiing is another term for "day drinking". Kinda like golf.

  7. #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Anywhere East of the Rockies and west of the Green mountains skiing is another term for "day drinking". Kinda like golf.
    ...and ice fishing
    Happy Shredding Season to one and all!

  8. #83
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    Inbounds with families and shit is a no go. Anything else, live your life, puff puff pass, etc, idgaf.

    This weekend, had a gig at a hill too close to New York; number of these jeans&butts buffoons about. Took a pic of the most egregious offender to send to a friend but i seems relevant here too... Was a chair behind while he smoke a cig on the lift, then he immediately lit up another at the top.
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  9. #84
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    Growing up skiing in PA smoking on the lift and getting shitfaced in the lodge was the best part of skiing.

  10. #85
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    In that documentary Meru, Chin and his two partners are in the tent one night and they're all smoking rollies. I always wondered about that. Does it benefit you in the high elevations in some way? Open up capilaries?
    "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. The winds will blow their freshness into you, and the storms, their energy. Your cares and tensions will drop away like the leaves of Autumn." --John Muir

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  11. #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by dblatto View Post
    In that documentary Meru, Chin and his two partners are in the tent one night and they're all smoking rollies. I always wondered about that. Does it benefit you in the high elevations in some way? Open up capilaries?
    I always assumed it was just a comfort thing. Like what else are you gonna do in the hanging bivy all night.

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