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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post

    If we do want to do the Fruttstock (couloir E. of where we skied the Oberalpstock), we should commit to getting a guide.
    Whatís the point of a guide? Youíre not gonna listen anyway when he tells us we canít make the summit.

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    Heh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alias_rice View Post
    Whatís the point of a guide? Youíre not gonna listen anyway when he tells us we canít make the summit.
    He didn't tell me!

    Admittedly, my Italian is a bit dusty.

    But really, if we make plans to get Danny or one of his guides, things will go smoother. But he's running a business and can't be expected to drop everything for some old ski freak he met a few years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mofro261 View Post
    definitely the BFR has me feeling pumped.
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    Not sure I can make it to yurp in 2020... but will watch the thread and try to work on it.
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  6. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    Did someone get an extra EuroBBI shirt for Bobby?
    good question
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  7. #107
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    4. I heard Mr. Mike's buddy was gonna fly us over there. Just gotta get to Nashville.
    Nashville is a well known gateway city for epic ski trips.

    It's a long way out, but March 10-20 works pretty well for us I think. There is a slight chance I may have some other takers from around these parts who want to attend coverfest in Davos at the end of the month, in which case I might slide things a bit later.

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    Mofro, How's the knee?

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    How's your knee, Mr. Mike?

    Also, another big N. facing 2000+ meter vertical drop goes from the top of Laax/Glarner Vorab to Elm. No skinning required.
    Laax is a short drive East from Rueras.

    Don't know how to get back from Elm easily though. Looks like a long bus and train ride (3.5 to 4 hour) from Elm to Rueras.

    https://translate.google.com/transla...87&prev=search
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    I'm just about back to "normal" (at least the knee). I just had a pretty bad sprain with some ancillary soft tissue damage. I couldn't jog for about a month, but have eased back into that in the last couple of months. If I do anything that involves explosive movement (with that term of course being relative), I'll notice just a little stiffness the following day.

    Noted your observation above regarding Arosa to Davos. That proximity caught my eye a few months ago when I noticed another ski area in the background of one of my photos from Weissfluh and was looking at a map trying to figure out which one it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mike View Post
    Mofro, How's the knee?
    Doing quite well now. I had patella tendon R-ACL replacement done 5/17, first 4 weeks were an absolute bitch, only 4-5hrs sleep/night for 25 straight days and much discomfort. My doc had me stay with the crutches to almost 6 weeks to be cautious as this was a revision, but just over 3 weeks later I'm walking ~4-5miles/day and well on track to be back in action by mid-November.
    Move upside and let the man go through...

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    glad to hear you are over the hump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    He didn't tell me!

    Admittedly, my Italian is a bit dusty.

    But really, if we make plans to get Danny or one of his guides, things will go smoother. But he's running a business and can't be expected to drop everything for some old ski freak he met a few years ago.
    Thatís what you were supposed to do this March already 🤣🤣🤣


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    Good news about your knees there fellas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vendul View Post
    That’s what you were supposed to do this March already ������
    True. So this time I'll be more authoritarian about it.

    Since wp_hedonism knows the Davos to Lenzerheide via Arosa, we can self guide that.

    Locked the dates: March 10-25.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mofro261 View Post
    Doing quite well now. I had patella tendon R-ACL replacement done 5/17, first 4 weeks were an absolute bitch, only 4-5hrs sleep/night for 25 straight days and much discomfort. My doc had me stay with the crutches to almost 6 weeks to be cautious as this was a revision, but just over 3 weeks later I'm walking ~4-5miles/day and well on track to be back in action by mid-November.
    Hey pal. Glad to hear youíre on the mend. For the memory bin
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  17. #117
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    Bumping this...

    About a week and half ago the wife and I spent some time at Mt. Lodge. Vendul is a fantastic host and I highly recommend staying with him!

    He hooked us up with great hiking routes, set up a hut trip for us, and even hung out in his "spare time".

    Sweet new cable car is up and running which should make winter access even easier than before.

    Really want to go back this winter if I can swing it

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