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  1. #551
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    Quote Originally Posted by steepconcrete View Post
    Seriously I’d love details



    Hoodoo I’d assume?
    Lets just say everyone has kinks in their armor. It's my job to find them & provide solutions to remedy them. Drills build skills.
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    Conditions at Mt B today allow operation of the Carousel and Rainbow chairs. Everything else on wind and ice hold

    Update. Three chairs of patrollers went up SRX about 30 min ago. They have not returned. Carousel is spinning so slowly you have to watch 10 min to see movement
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  3. #553
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    Gave it a go but it was obvious quickly that the mountains were angry today. I'm home and loving it.
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
    You know what to do

  4. #554
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    SRX started stuffing butts at 1000. Said WTF I’m here, I’m geared, get used to it.
    Three runs and 20 min lift lines later, nothing else was gonna open soon, it was time to cash in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    High wind + refreeze + 6” sounds sketch today.

    Tomorrow’s lee pockets under sunny calm skies sound tasty, on the other hand.
    First thing only Pucci was turning, was Tahoe-like lines. Then Molly opened, that too was swarmed quickly and again, Tahoe-like lines. Then Flood opened and things spread out a bit. Sure, there was an occasional hockey rink, but the soft snow was oh so good... the trees off Flood, above Glade were awesome, lower Kruser was nice as well. Tomorrow tho, the trees off Norman’s will be great and were left untouched today with it closed all day. Here’s hoping Mile has some soft stashes and isn’t boilerplate till just above Norman’s...

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    High wind + refreeze + 6” sounds sketch today.

    Tomorrow’s lee pockets under sunny calm skies sound tasty, on the other hand.
    Today was great. First chair at 8:30 on HRM had about 10 people lined up. The crowds were skiing the groom. It was cold, windy and snowing. That means free re-fills. Only scratched on the usual suspects. The drive back was a shit show though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy View Post
    Well he was Austrian so....
    Tom?
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  8. #558
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    Tom?
    Was he in the back seat?

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    Aware of his technical flaws but doesn't address them. Same ol same ol.
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    The boy

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    My bro

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  11. #561
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    Cheers, Oregon peeps!
    Happy New Years Eve!
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    Storm on the horizon.

    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Cheers, peeps!
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    cheers from Wa 2 Ore
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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    The boy

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    Little fella is schredding.
    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Cheers, Oregon peeps!
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    That’s a fatty!
    Quote Originally Posted by Toadman View Post
    Storm on the horizon.

    Watched that brew from my parents today. They can see bachelor thru Jefferson sans 3 finger (below the foothills although interestingly we found out today with the “what’s that” website they can see belknap crater- I was hoping it was hoodoo) .... anyhow It was cool.

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    Shout out to the guys at Evo for putting me in every boot on the damn wall until I found one. I was kinda down on them because I fucking hated the Full Tilt's I was in. Now I realize I went in the first time with too much of an opinion, and what I thought I wanted was not right for me AT ALL. I've been thinking that I was just super rusty after not skiing last winter, but I finally realized that I was fighting my boots inadequacies all along. My go to for after sale boot work will always be Greg at BAM. But for getting me in a good fit out the door Evo did me right.

    They take appointments now too FYI. Where as before you just had to roll the dice and show up hoping the line wasn't 8 people deep.
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    Not to perpetuate a conversation that should be in tech talk, but out of curiosity, what did you go with?

    I've been in a similar situation (fighting an inadequate fit in Full Tilts) and have been avoiding getting new boots because I don't want to remount four pairs of ON3Ps mounted perfectly on the line for my current BSL...subsequently my snowboards have been getting more attention this season. I've been shopping for boots with a similar BSL, which seems like a retarded way to shop for boots, but this seems like a better approach than needing to remount an entire quiver. Were you able to get a boot with a similar BSL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RYAN13 View Post
    Not to perpetuate a conversation that should be in tech talk, but out of curiosity, what did you go with?

    I've been in a similar situation (fighting an inadequate fit in Full Tilts) and have been avoiding getting new boots because I don't want to remount four pairs of ON3Ps mounted perfectly on the line for my current BSL...subsequently my snowboards have been getting more attention this season. I've been shopping for boots with a similar BSL, which seems like a retarded way to shop for boots, but this seems like a better approach than needing to remount an entire quiver. Were you able to get a boot with a similar BSL?
    My Full Tilt BSL was 310. But all my skis are mounted for 305. I am back in a 305. The boot I went with is a Nordica Promachine 120. It's supposedly a low volume shell (98mm). But it fits my medium volume foot perfectly in every aspect. I'm glad I tried it on. It felt better on me than any of the other medium volume boots on the wall. And I tried them all, and walked around in them for a while.

    I thought a 3 piece boot was for me, based on my last boot (Nordica Ace). But There was a huge difference in how that boot ski's over the Full Tilt.
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    I've got speedmachines (they're red!) and striders for AT so I am liking nordicas boots as of late. Other than cracking a shell, they have been really good performers. The flex is more stout than the other guys IMO.

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    PhiberAwptik: Thank you for entertaining my curiosity.

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    Raichle Flexon you kooks
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    It's still the holidays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    Raichle Flexon you kooks
    Except the Descendant shell did not exist back in the stone age so a firmly FT product. If it was the original shell I might be inclined to agree with you.
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    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tap View Post
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    love going thataway. nice pic, as usual!

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    Nice storm blowing here on the coast (Newport) gusts in the solid 60s consistently so far

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