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  1. #5276
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Yeah, we know. Powbmps will give you a lesson.
    Yes, I hope he will. I was having a slight breakthrough last week. When the bumps get massive in the afternoon, running the tops is way more effective than running the troughs.
    I want to learn how to commit to the tops, my balls are pretty big, I think I can do it. Some coaching from a straight up ripper like powbmps would be awesome!

    And your attitude sucks lately, guy.
    Take a lap and add a few Dick Punches for me.
    Go on Now
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Yes, I hope he will. I was having a slight breakthrough last week. When the bumps get massive in the afternoon, running the tops is way more effective than running the troughs.
    I want to learn how to commit to the tops, my balls are pretty big, I think I can do it.
    215 DH boards will span from top to top and the stiffness won't load up and buck you. Gotta commit to keeping 'em pointed though.

    I've been enjoying the pics and reports while cursing my boat job responsibilities. No chance to get over and get some, but there's always next year. Way to keep it going guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Yes, I hope he will. I was having a slight breakthrough last week. When the bumps get massive in the afternoon, running the tops is way more effective than running the troughs.
    I want to learn how to commit to the tops, my balls are pretty big, I think I can do it. Some coaching from a straight up ripper like powbmps would be awesome!

    And your attitude sucks lately, guy.
    Take a lap and add a few Dick Punches for me.
    Go on Now
    Are you sad? Do you need a hug? Rog will give you one.

    Air or straight line high on the trough and turn on the backside of da bump. Plake style.

  4. #5279
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Are you sad? Do you need a hug? Rog will give you one.

    Air or straight line high on the trough and turn on the backside of da bump. Plake style.
    How bout you and Rog come show me how it’s done? You talk it, but you sure as shit don’t walk it.
    Eat me
    crab in my shoe mouth

  5. #5280
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy in Shorts View Post
    Great three days of spring bumping fun. Four days of rest before we get to pound that snow pile into submission again. Saluting the end of the season the Killington way.
    You gotta increase your post count GIS. People on TGR can be judgmental

  6. #5281
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    Shut up and ski the bumps.


    PS Biff made the cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goniff View Post
    Shut up and ski the bumps.


    PS Biff made the cut.
    So awesome! My son was up there and said he saw a bunch of guys filming. I was hoping something would pop up around here. Those dudes at the end are doing some serious swizzling.

    Sent from my SM-G950U using TGR Forums mobile app

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    NE Roll Call 18/19

    Had a fun day Saturday around mt Washington w mtlripper and non-mag ansel (his first time!). Soup never lifted enough to summit, but still got in a few good rides.

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    Drove in the night before and stayed at the lodge. Sweet spot and good deal!

    Took a chance riding lifts at sauveur today. Dry slotted until 3 pm. Missed the mechanical bull and wet t-shirts but the slush laps were real nice.

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  10. #5285
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goniff View Post
    PS Biff made the cut.
    well VTF (biff?) is a consistent ripper and yeah that Alex (now ya made me got to the dictionary for penulitimate...like is there a penultimate division) stood out as the fastest ripper of the day no matter where he was on the hill...blazing speed thru those bumps...
    If it weren't for serendipity, there'd be no dipity at all

  11. #5286
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    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsAugustWest View Post
    You gotta increase your post count GIS. People on TGR can be judgmental
    I don't know man, he could still be talking to himself after 4000 posts but GIS' 3 days in row in the bump scene is impressive cuz he's like old
    If it weren't for serendipity, there'd be no dipity at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by train07 View Post
    I don't know man, he could still be talking to himself after 4000 posts but GIS' 3 days in row in the bump scene is impressive cuz he's like old
    Inspirational is the 17 years of 100 plus day seasons Mr and Mrs G have had at Killington. Retired this year and all that I am trying to do is keep up. Mr G was wondering how much longer he can go on skiing the spring slush. Very few 76 year olds out there Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy in Shorts View Post
    Inspirational is the 17 years of 100 plus day seasons Mr and Mrs G have had at Killington. Retired this year and all that I am trying to do is keep up. Mr G was wondering how much longer he can go on skiing the spring slush. Very few 76 year olds out there Saturday.
    Outstanding. I 100% aspire to this. See y'all out there this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy in Shorts View Post
    Inspirational is the 17 years of 100 plus day seasons Mr and Mrs G have had at Killington. Retired this year and all that I am trying to do is keep up. Mr G was wondering how much longer he can go on skiing the spring slush. Very few 76 year olds out there Saturday.
    Yes  the G's have got it down! Congrats on the retirement and doing it right...
    I lurk at the zone to get daily reports (someone here recently dubbed this "boots on the ground" report)...not many of the tgrz are out at the K every single frkn day...that's amazing...as is MrG at 76

    hoping this weekend brings the sun
    If it weren't for serendipity, there'd be no dipity at all

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    Post

    Friday Mostly cloudy, with a high near 61. Windy, with a north wind 27 to 32 mph decreasing to 21 to 26 mph in the afternoon.

    Saturday Showers likely. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 64. Breezy, with a south wind 14 to 23 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%.

    Sunday Mostly sunny, with a high near 67. Breezy, with a northwest wind 17 to 23 mph.

    Monday A 40 percent chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with a high near 65. Southwest wind 10 to 17 mph.

    Sunday looking great as of now. I'm hoping to ski/party all 4 days. I'll need a cane on Tuesday. Wear your flag apparel on Monday.



    Edit to add: Mr. G is the guy on the far right in the penultimate scene in the video. Cheers to the Gs for getting after it every year! Trainwood and VT-free on the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    How bout you and Rog come show me how it’s done? You talk it, but you sure as shit don’t walk it.
    Eat me
    Yeah, I don't walk the talk 'cause I can't ski bumps ever since I broke my 4m's. Plus I've moved on to competitive corn hole. That's my best shot to get on espn these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Yeah, I don't walk the talk 'cause I can't ski bumps ever since I broke my 4m's. Plus I've moved on to competitive corn hole. That's my best shot to get on espn these days.
    It was even on tv the other night!
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    I love how the cornhole championships is brought to you by a sausage company.

  18. #5293
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Yeah, I don't walk the talk 'cause I can't ski bumps ever since I broke my 4m's. Plus I've moved on to competitive corn hole. That's my best shot to get on espn these days.
    I'm partial to quoits since I grew up playing that instead of horseshoes but I'll give you a good run at corn hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t-the-east View Post
    It was even on tv the other night!

    I love how the cornhole championships is brought to you by a sausage company.
    I know. I flipped tube on to see hoops and that was playing. Too funny! The tv ads were for custom bean bags for the ultimate toss. I thought I was watching an SNL commercial at first.

    Quote Originally Posted by FussyDutchman View Post
    I'm partial to quoits since I grew up playing that instead of horseshoes but I'll give you a good run at corn hole.
    I've played corn hole about three times and I just cannot consume enough beer to be interested. Beach bocce...that a beer consuming game that works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FussyDutchman View Post
    I'm partial to quoits since I grew up playing that instead of horseshoes but I'll give you a good run at corn hole.
    Make sure you ingest some of Peruvian's Flexeril before making that run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Make sure you ingest some of Peruvian's Flexeril before making that run.
    I need much more than that these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Make sure you ingest some of Peruvian's Flexeril before making that run.
    My drugs are only for those that play the one true lawn game - Kubb (although it was regionally referred to as Kungen in the PNW, where I learnt it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    My drugs are only for those that play the one true lawn game - Kubb (although it was regionally referred to as Kungen in the PNW, where I learnt it).


    You Viking, you.

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    Took long enough.

    wcax.comCharges-Coming-in-Kingdom-Con-

    A source close to the investigation says several people are expected to be arraigned, including Jay Peak and Burke Mountain resort developers Ariel Quiros and Bill Stenger.


    And it didn't take long......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goniff View Post
    Great weekend.

    Vt-Free - Beam me up Chewbacca


    Best use of a snowboard on a bump day?


    ML242


    VT-free (Biff), MNIAW, Peruvian
    Just so people don't get confused about who is who in yellow pants, I'm the one wearing a grey Marmot jacket and Randy the Hammer is wearing a long-sleeve T. I know it's hard to tell us apart from the skiing.

    Quote Originally Posted by train07 View Post
    fkna..Scottski looking real good there and that's Biff in front of him right?? ( I missed out on when he became Biff ..I can only imagine )
    nice work D the official photog of spring and tunes guy
    Goniff has always been a photog god but that new camera is taking him to new heights.

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy in Shorts View Post
    Inspirational is the 17 years of 100 plus day seasons Mr and Mrs G have had at Killington. Retired this year and all that I am trying to do is keep up. Mr G was wondering how much longer he can go on skiing the spring slush. Very few 76 year olds out there Saturday.
    I'm aspiring to be like GIS and Mr. & Mrs.G in terms of total days. I'm only a year and a week behind GIS in age but I only got in 67 days (so far) this year. Not bad for a cubicle drone, I guess. Couldn't hang for 3 days in the Supah Stah bumps so I got some catching up to do.

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