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  1. #4601
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    You’re gonna need a bigger boat.


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    this is probably true...
    if the sun is shining we'll be there...
    and not sure about HP Dave but anyone remember Crazy Ernie?...think he moved to JH
    If it weren't for serendipity, there'd be no dipity at all

  2. #4602
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    Damn fun skiing in the pea soup fog at K today. Folks, it's getting about time for a mini. Watch for the weekend sun-cast, then let's party.

    Cheers.

  3. #4603
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    I concur, ‘‘twas fun up there today.
    Anyone heading up tomorrow?
    crab in my shoe mouth

  4. #4604
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    Si. Probably mid-morning.

  5. #4605
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    Tried for a Tucks day today. Visibility at HoJos had me thinking that maybe I could climb and ski something like lobster claw or right gully and remain close to the rocks for orientation the whole time. About three steps being Connection Cache, I decided that I wasn't sure there was enough visibility to find the bottom of either line and turned around.

    C'est la vie on Mt Washington, though. Snowpack is still deep, high and low, and the ski back to the parking lot was pretty damn good for the top two thirds and then got sticky.

  6. #4606
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    Quote Originally Posted by train07 View Post
    this is probably true...
    if the sun is shining we'll be there...
    and not sure about HP Dave but anyone remember Crazy Ernie?...think he moved to JH
    Ernie Faust?
    “Life has become immeasurably better since I have been forced to stop taking it seriously.”
    Hunter S. Thompson

  7. #4607
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    Full send Garry went full send

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    go Go GO!

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  8. #4608
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    have 6 or 7 vouchers for half off window price at Sugarbush, that i will not use.if anybody can use them they are up for grabs

  9. #4609
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    Can I get 3 of those bush vouchers? Sending PM

  10. #4610
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    sure,leaves 4

  11. #4611
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    Probably my last BC touring day of the season yesterday. It was great to spend it with MNIAW and Goniff.

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    On that grind.

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    A little hazy from the night before.

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    Once we warmed up, our heads cleared.

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    Didn’t see another soul out there. Must have all gone to Tuckerman’s in Maine.

  12. #4612
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    1 halfsey please

  13. #4613
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    Ernie Faust?
    last name I'm not sure of...colorful guy, great skier, flamboyant..I think we all called him crazy Ernie
    Remembering him from the '76-'79 time period at Kton..
    He'd be @ 60-63 now??
    If it weren't for serendipity, there'd be no dipity at all

  14. #4614
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    Great to get back out at k yesterday. Kept trying to connect with train7 did see Ewood so that helped. Great hill that spring pass is a whole bunch of skiing.


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  15. #4615
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Great to get back out at k yesterday. Kept trying to connect with train7 did see Ewood so that helped. Great hill that spring pass is a whole bunch of skiing.


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    Now I am REALLY confused. That head injury might be more serious than I had imagined.

  16. #4616
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    he's fucking with you...train7 was busy drinking beer at Bear
    Ewood met with and captured a pic of the elusive Aldo on catwalk ....but it might be my thumb...

  17. #4617
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    Gorilla in the mist!


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  18. #4618
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    If the weather forecast improves for next Saturday @K- who's down to party? And if doesn't, same question

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    NE Roll Call 18/19

    tremblant was good today, if not quite as good as the mont alta party. so much snow, so soft. can’t find a patch of dirt or rock in the moguls anywhere. heard there’s more snow on the way too. i could keep doing this for awhile.

    i forgot, these free 178 rossi 4s’s in the free pile looked like a decent bump ski if someone is looking.

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    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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  20. #4620
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    Quote Originally Posted by biggins View Post
    If the weather forecast improves for next Saturday @K- who's down to party? And if doesn't, same question
    Me, fine sir. My 17 y.o. suddenly has developed an interest in bumps, so I'm psyched to get some use out of the K spring pass!

    Yesterday...top of Superstar. That spine down skiers left was a pretty cool feature. It's piled up high.


    Bear was a bit nicer. Seemed like a good crowd. Full parking lot at least.


    Great weather to close out the season at Ragged today. Fun little bump line left over from their comp last weekend was enough to beat the shit out of my back. My kid even trusted me to take his picture. Not sure if it's Insta worthy though.


  21. #4621
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    NE Roll Call 18/19

    Today was about sugaring. Collecting requires some significant iron.

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    I needed something more than boiled hot dogs and eggs.

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  22. #4622
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    sweet rigs.
    fun, sticky and slow to close 'er out at da mighty mighty
    go Go GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    tremblant was good today, if not quite as good as the mont alta party. so much snow, so soft. can’t find a patch of dirt or rock in the moguls anywhere. heard there’s more snow on the way too. i could keep doing this for awhile.
    Yea man great spring weekend w some great peeps up in the laurentians.

    Looks like tremblant and area gets a pow day tomorrow. Wish I coulda stayed up.
    24° 06°

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    Perfect closer at magic. You better peel away, peel away the corn.


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  25. #4625
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Gorilla in the mist!


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    funny...he hadn't even seen this pic from Sat at K but nailed it

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    the ever elusive Aldo again ...or is that train's thumb (like following an escher, my head hurts too)

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