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    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    I've never subscribed to anything on YouTube. Ever. But I will for this series.
    Pretty much nailed my thoughts.

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    The FIFTY

    Quote Originally Posted by powdork View Post
    As you wish
    Not a ski movie... :-) or more specifically, a movie that includes skiing. Inconceivable, I know...
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    Cody, whatís the truck camper you use? Canít find it for the life of me! Extra
    Insulation for cold weather added?

    Thanks man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike View Post
    Cody, whatís the truck camper you use? Canít find it for the life of me! Extra
    Insulation for cold weather added?

    Thanks man!
    Its a Go Fast Camper. Maggot owned company!

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    Thanks man! When I did I search I found them. Looks solid. Mentions best camper for decent weather. Was wondering about winter ski lot stuff!

    Cheers and thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike View Post
    Thanks man! When I did I search I found them. Looks solid. Mentions best camper for decent weather. Was wondering about winter ski lot stuff!

    Cheers and thanks again.
    I'd say it's pretty damn solid for winter. Two things I primarily like about it in the winter for such a minimal camper set up is that I don't have to get out of the cab to get dressed, pack, cook, etc...all with full standing room. The second part is that with a Little Buddy heater, it heats up so damn quickly in there. I only will turn it on to dry stuff and in the morning while cooking but it get straight up hot in there. It's a nice feature to have for what is essentially a super plush tent camper. The only thing that's been an issue...that's an issue with pretty much all winter camper set ups...is condensation. The vents definitely open up enough and I've found where they need to be to create some cross ventilation. Only thing is if it's in a gnarly storm you couldn't really open the vents enough. I plan to mod it and add a battery powered fan in the roof and then I think I'll be super golden. But all in all, I love the thing. So well built super light weight, minimal air drag, holds everything I need and is really comfortable. 11/10 would buy again.

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    Get a fantastic fan and monetize. $$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkasquawlik View Post
    I'd say it's pretty damn solid for winter. Two things I primarily like about it in the winter for such a minimal camper set up is that I don't have to get out of the cab to get dressed, pack, cook, etc...all with full standing room. The second part is that with a Little Buddy heater, it heats up so damn quickly in there. I only will turn it on to dry stuff and in the morning while cooking but it get straight up hot in there. It's a nice feature to have for what is essentially a super plush tent camper. The only thing that's been an issue...that's an issue with pretty much all winter camper set ups...is condensation. The vents definitely open up enough and I've found where they need to be to create some cross ventilation. Only thing is if it's in a gnarly storm you couldn't really open the vents enough. I plan to mod it and add a battery powered fan in the roof and then I think I'll be super golden. But all in all, I love the thing. So well built super light weight, minimal air drag, holds everything I need and is really comfortable. 11/10 would buy again.
    Sucks for go fast. I seen lots of look alikes popping up on the web. They came up with the idea and others are capitalizing. I hope to own a go fast someday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    I hope to own a go fast someday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheK12 View Post
    Not a ski movie... :-) or more specifically, a movie that includes skiing. Inconceivable, I know...
    does zoolander(s)?
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    Thanks guys and Cody! Ugh. Wait till 2020 to start the build! YIKES. Might pull the trigger on a FWC instead! Cheers fellas and see ya out there!

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    Wednesday hurry tf up already

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    Wednesday did it's part.
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    The FIFTY

    Just saw Gaffney post about doing Shasta w Cody for the 50. Really looking forward to seeing that one

    Cody just posted there will be no episode today but stay tuned
    Last edited by mcski; 06-05-2019 at 12:43 PM.

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    What a great series! Thanks Cody (and crew) looking very forward to the next. Your commentary is highly entertaining and educational. Superb work!!
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    ski stuff on hold

    go outside and play
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    I just watched the first 10 minutes. As a former USFS permit admin, Iím glad Cody addresses the film permit and drone usage questions.

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    Awesome stuff Cody. Very much looking forward to your projects continuation. Props🍻

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    since everyone seems to want to watch Cody get his drink on (plus the pornstache)



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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    I just watched the first 10 minutes. As a former USFS permit admin, Iím glad Cody addresses the film permit and drone usage questions.
    I thought it was interesting that he was able to classify this as non-commercial without advertisements, when there is certainly a lot of sponsor placement (eg the giant Swatch sticker visible on 3 skis in this segment). Since this is your bailiwick, what are your thoughts on this?
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    Cool closing episode!

    Is that a Storm Chaser I see in the background and if so are you gonna try to ride it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I thought it was interesting that he was able to classify this as non-commercial without advertisements, when there is certainly a lot of sponsor placement (eg the giant Swatch sticker visible on 3 skis in this segment). Since this is your bailiwick, what are your thoughts on this?
    Guessing, but I'd wager that mikeyb was just glad that Cody emphasized going through the proper permitting process before filming and (maybe mostly) NOT flying drones where you are not supposed to.

    As for the legal argument, here's the USFS definition of commercial filming: "Commercial filming is defined as use of motion picture, videotaping, sound-recording, or any other type of moving image or audio recording equipment on National Forest System lands that involves the advertisement of a product or service, the creation of a product for sale, and/or the use of actors, models, sets, or props, but not including activities associated with broadcasting breaking news. For purposes of this definition, creation of a product for sale includes a film, videotape, television broadcast, or documentary of historic events, wildlife, natural events, features, subjects or participants in a sporting or recreation event, and so forth, when created for the purpose of generating income (FSH 2709.11 2008-2 (CH 40))."

    That leaves a lot of interpretation to the permit administrator(s)...and they just need to convince those folks. I like the work-around they came up with. Unlike Dav's film, for which they did not get permits before filming AND (more importantly) the film was made to be sold, this video is just made to be shared and not sold. Nifty.

    Dav's story: https://www.wildsnow.com/519/us-fore...teeners-movie/
    sproing!

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    Also, Iím not sure, but I suspect Codyís garage isnít in a national park.

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    I suspect Cody's garage is freezing cold. It's mid June, and he's still wearing a hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    I suspect Cody's garage is freezing cold. It's mid June, and he's still wearing a hood.
    it snowed here like 3 days ago so my garage is still chillsville too
    I ran the heater in there just the other day
    skid luxury

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