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  1. #976
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    I'd stay home, but only to meet the dude your wife is having an affair with as its clearly the reason she wants you out of the house on Xmas.
    We are Jewish and have a child. So she definitely doesn’t want me out of the house. Any advice on what conditions will be? Tomorrow seems to be ice from today’s rain and dropping temps. But will 3-6 inches on Sunday night put the conditions back to good?

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    Oy Vey!

    Let the road crew make things decent tonight and tomorrow, then let Hanukkah Harry freshen things up for you tomorrow night. You should be in business. L'chaim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Season's over! Time to get out the bikes. Damn rain.

    Merry Christmas kids. Make yourself a nice soup.
    Meh, the rain made it 3D, the snice texture, and the sleet a stinging edge.


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  4. #979
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    I'd stay home, but only to meet the dude your wife is having an affair with as its clearly the reason she wants you out of the house on Xmas.
    Sage advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    I'd stay home, but only to meet the dude your wife is having an affair with as its clearly the reason she wants you out of the house on Xmas.
    Quote Originally Posted by biggins View Post
    Oy Vey!
    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    Sage advice
    My thoughts exactly.


    The truck looks clean and the snowpack in the yard didn’t seem to sink at all from the rain. Win/win

  6. #981
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    Meh, the rain made it 3D, the snice texture, and the sleet a stinging edge.


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  7. #982
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    Ugh, Killington just dropped open trails from 114 to 51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awarren82 View Post
    Ugh, Killington just dropped open trails from 114 to 51.
    Too early to link to the Tammy Wynette thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by awarren82 View Post
    Ugh, Killington just dropped open trails from 114 to 51.
    As I stated earlier, THE SEASON IS OVER! Get your bike back out. No more turns this year. NONE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    Too early to link to the Tammy Wynette thread?
    Well played, Sir.


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    Thanks again to Buttah for hooking me up! First time skinning. Went up one of the old T-bar lines at King Ridge this morning.




    Chugged some coconut water before tail-gunning the Mad Hatter. Snow was a crusty mess.



    I'm looking forward to more slogging around, but holy shit my hips are sore tonight. Map My Ride was set on treadmill, so I can't brag about the sub 1K of vert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Raised em right, well done,
    Dad.
    Thanks, but my kid took the pic of his bud who I've coached since kindergarten...so not mine...my kid was the guide for the day at the home hill. Both back from the West on break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post
    Thanks again to Buttah for hooking me up! First time skinning. Went up one of the old T-bar lines at King Ridge this morning.




    Chugged some coconut water before tail-gunning the Mad Hatter. Snow was a crusty mess.



    I'm looking forward to more slogging around, but holy shit my hips are sore tonight. Map My Ride was set on treadmill, so I can't brag about the sub 1K of vert.
    Fkna! Stoked you scored that deal! We need to hit it!

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    Mad Hatter, man that brings back memories. Spent a lot of time on that hill in the early-mid 70's. Awesome. I scored some minty-fresh Elan bumpers in the deal. Can't wait till May!
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    As I stated earlier, THE SEASON IS OVER! Get your bike back out. No more turns this year. NONE.
    I'm glad there is only a week left in the year.

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    Classic park at the top hill. I took my hs gf there. That was the first and last time we skied together. And actually my first and last time ever skiing there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Classic park at the top hill. I took my hs gf there. That was the first and last time we skied together. And actually my first and last time ever skiing there.
    Back in the 80's they were selling out regularly on the weekends. 45 minute lift lines were the norm. Sounds ridiculous now, but the place sure was fun as a kid.

    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Mad Hatter, man that brings back memories. Spent a lot of time on that hill in the early-mid 70's. Awesome.
    I showed up just after you left. '77. Winter activities in grade school. We thought we were the shit at that place for sure.

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    dumping in lac st jean, hopefully some ropes drop at the local rock tomorrow. went for a classic ski at parc monts valin today and couldn’t get to the sweet chalet some miles in since canadian water doesn’t want to freeze despite it not breaking double digit temps since august or some shit up here. anyway, did a couple beginner loops on my new sticks and getting stoked to ride lifts now.
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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    Dude, seriously. Move back home, what the hell are you doing up there?
    French Canaduh, for Christ sake man.
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    dumping in lac st jean, hopefully some ropes drop at the local rock tomorrow. went for a classic ski at parc monts valin today and couldn’t get to the sweet chalet some miles in since canadian water doesn’t want to freeze despite it not breaking double digit temps since august or some shit up here. anyway, did a couple beginner loops on my new sticks and getting stoked to ride lifts now.
    A long time ago, I was warned to watch out for Lac-St-Jean girls. Is what the border agent told me true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post
    Back in the 80's they were selling out regularly on the weekends. 45 minute lift lines were the norm. Sounds ridiculous now, but the place sure was fun as a kid.



    I showed up just after you left. '77. Winter activities in grade school. We thought we were the shit at that place for sure.
    Logged many 70's turns there, too... Was the first place I skied with a walkman and I still remember Black Water on a 12" bluebird day. One of the best. Thanks for the memories...
    Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!

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    Oh man, I just looked at the weather for Rangeley and it is going to be bitchin cold with a polar vortex wind middle of the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post

    Clearly the new pic of the year.

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    Got up to Tucks yesterday for the first outing of the year. Snowpack was too XXXtreme to get after any big terrain but was nice therapy being in the swirling snow again and a fun run down the Sherb.

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    Sounds like they got a rain crust on all the light snow they had, will be interesting to see what this next storm does to that.
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    Nice photo story RD!
    The sad truth is that whine does not age well

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