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  1. #826
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    4th annual The 19BBI @Alpental Feb. 14-16. No walls...just a forever rope line.

    ^YES!

    So great to meet so many of you. And make turns with so many of you... what a group of skiers and riders. Thanks to all who helped put this together, that was so much fun. Feeling the Alpental beatdown with a smile.
    Last edited by Self Jupiter; 02-17-2019 at 02:00 PM.

  2. #827
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    Eeeey thanks for the great times! Glad to meet you all, thanks so much for the work putting this thing together, and thanks for showing this jong a thing or two. Looking forward to next year - and if anyone's on the fence about this for next year, just show up, it's a dope time.

  3. #828
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    Still waiting for my tree well pic! I crashed and burned so many times yesterday. Shout out to everyone who donated. Woke up this morning with a natural high from all the stoke. If you didnt have a good time there is something seriously wrong with you. Alpental left us all walking a little funny!

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  4. #829
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    Still waiting for my tree well pic! I crashed and burned so many times yesterday. Shout out to everyone who donated. Woke up this morning with a natural high from all the stoke. If you didnt have a good time there is something seriously wrong with you. Alpental left us all walking a little funny!

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    Someone with a gift for narration needs to retell the tale of SVS gliding into camp halfway through the raffle after taking laps sans hat or helmet, in the falling snow, head steaming, eyes wide with stoke, just in time to realize his name was called as if by divine providence of Ullr. Arms raised in triumph, the item is claimed, the crowd cheers, and Ullr is pleased.



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  5. #830
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    ^^^training. Big thanks to you for welcoming me and others into this community and big thanks to the Alpental Pro Patrol and volunteers for keeping everybody safe with Avy mitigation.

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  6. #831
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    4th annual The 19BBI @Alpental Feb. 14-16. No walls...just a forever rope line.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowscorch View Post

    "...and his name is not Victor.." Lol, quote of the day.
    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    left us all walking a little funny!
    It's the gift that keeps on giving.
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    Pictures and words to come.

  7. #832
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    Great pics guys!

    SVS- are you rocking old school lifelink variant poles?

  8. #833
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifelinksplit View Post
    Great pics guys!

    SVS- are you rocking old school lifelink variant poles?
    Old school scotts... Bent the shit out of one yesterday... Gonna try and straighten it but it may remain kind of "Kinky"

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  9. #834
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    4th annual The 19BBI @Alpental Feb. 14-16. No walls...just a forever rope line.

    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    Gonna try and straighten it but it may remain kind of "Kinky"
    Haha I just can’t deal 🤣🤣

    Sir Vick Smasher
    Ser Vick smasher
    Ser Vix smasher
    Cer Vix smasher

    Cervix smasher.

    Vick - (who’s name is not Vick) I will never read your handle the same better change it to SVS lol.

    Great skiing with you bud!

    Thanks ACH 🤦♂️


    Drinking a brew from my raffle cup! FKNA.
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  10. #835
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    Our nightly ritual at casa Djongo
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    Tools of the trade
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    Meats were cooked and devoured as fast as they were set out
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    Stories were told, new friends were made and old ones reconnected, libations were consumed
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    and released back to the wild

  11. #836
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    Who got the poster?
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
    You know what to do

  12. #837
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    I believe sorrybro got it.

  13. #838
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    Its hard to get away from work up north. Stoked you guys got after it. I should hopefully be able to get down home in march once management forgets about midweek ops

  14. #839
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    I believe sorrybro got it.
    That would be rad
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
    You know what to do

  15. #840
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    there’s still lbd & cinco
    And, if we're super lucky, Solstice.

  16. #841
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tap View Post
    Who got the poster?
    I did indeed get it! Beautiful shot! Thanks so much for donating it to the raffle. Once I frame it, it is going up in the office.

  17. #842
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACH View Post
    And, if we're super lucky, Solstice.
    Dont let 80" in 5 days go to your head. We are still far behind Soltice pace an really still about 50" behind last year. But yeah, another 300" this year and we might get there.

    But yeah I like it.
    Move upside and let the man go through...

  18. #843
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    4th annual The 19BBI @Alpental Feb. 14-16. No walls...just a forever rope line.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mofro261 View Post
    Dont let 80" in 5 days go to your head. We are still far behind Soltice pace an really still about 50" behind last year. But yeah, another 300" this year and we might get there.

    But yeah I like it.
    Haha, yeah no doubt...
    Color me optimistic and ever hopeful that March madness will return after it's extended absence and throw down with the snow shithammer.

  19. #844
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    Attachment 270181

    could somebody explain how buster was able to get cross checked yet it was the other skier that got sent outside the rope in a pile of pow?

    we see z-bo & buster, Self Jupiter and flying V,
    H & baby bear along with ski to be upright.
    who’d buster take out?
    Greenmachine was unable to properly differentiate my equivariant g-Bundle at the umbilic point where the fibres vector fields can have wildly varying derivatives. For those less accustomed to my fractal partitionings, such variations run plumb up against the Banach space of smoothness, resulting in rapidly changing direction where fixed points are isolated to loci of very nearly measure zero.
    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
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  20. #845
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    Greenmachine was unable to properly differentiate my equivariant g-Bundle at the umbilic point where the fibres vector fields can have wildly varying derivatives. For those less accustomed to my fractal partitionings, such variations run plumb up against the Banach space of smoothness, resulting in rapidly changing direction where fixed points are isolated to loci of very nearly measure zero.
    I mean, obviously. Kid was flailing his arms a bit too.

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  21. #846
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    What I want to know is. How were those ON3P Woodsmans I saw leaning against the snow bank? Time to release some impressions of those in the wild.
    Training for Alpental

  22. #847
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhiberAwptik View Post
    What I want to know is. How were those ON3P Woodsmans I saw leaning against the snow bank? Time to release some impressions of those in the wild.
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  23. #848
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    4th annual The 19BBI @Alpental Feb. 14-16. No walls...just a forever rope line.

    ^^^
    Ha, I missed that...
    I took a close look but didn't actually get out on them, I'm intrigued for sure.

  24. #849
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    amazing team! Was there in spirit, glad to see we all had good snow!

    looks like you turned the blue ice test into the yellow snow one.

  25. #850
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhiberAwptik View Post
    What I want to know is. How were those ON3P Woodsmans I saw leaning against the snow bank? Time to release some impressions of those in the wild.
    I skied the 182 in the afternoon Friday and was impressed. I really like the mount point as just what it is intended for: a balance between wren and kartel. Felt good with a center stance, yet I could drive it with some subtle boot pressure and not feel any drastic change in the ski. It felt very balanced in the air, much more so than my viciks.
    Common sense. So rare today in America it's almost like having a superpower.

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