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  1. #2276
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    This thread is trending in a kick-ass direction. Getting stoked to get back in the hill with you kooks soon (~3 weeks). Had a damn encouraging day on a fatbike in the CO snow, so shred ya soon seems likely Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #2277
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    Anyone in the ECRC have a spare pair of adjustable poles they want to get rid of for cheap? I can't tour with Mrs P anymore until she gets a pair!

  3. #2278
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Anyone in the ECRC have a spare pair of adjustable poles they want to get rid of for cheap? I can't tour with Mrs P anymore until she gets a pair!
    PM your addy, Iíll try to get something off to you tomorrow. Pretty sure I have a pair of BDís collecting dust down in my basement. Iíll check when I get home. No charge, is that cheap enough?
    crab in my shoe mouth

  4. #2279
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    PM your addy, Iíll try to get something off to you tomorrow. Pretty sure I have a pair of BDís collecting dust down in my basement. Iíll check when I get home. No charge, is that cheap enough?
    Could you throw a 4 pack of Stoneface in?

    PM incoming.

  5. #2280
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    powder days is back in the foothills!



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  6. #2281
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Anyone in the ECRC have a spare pair of adjustable poles they want to get rid of for cheap? I can't tour with Mrs P anymore until she gets a pair!
    Perhaps, they might be bent a bit and not fully adjustable, one is missing a strap, if the Butter thing doesnít work out.

  7. #2282
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    turns out the central Adirondacks is pretty damn fluffy too....


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  8. #2283
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    ^^ fluffy's good. that's not mccauley is it?
    and yes this thread is in a nice zone right now.

  9. #2284
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    Just a reminder when folks tell you how bad the snow this season is.

    We've been above average and below average, but generally we are sitting in the pocket.

  10. #2285
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    Went from 6Ē pow to glaze at mss. Maebe itíll change back ❄️ 🤷🏻♂️
    24į 06į

  11. #2286
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    Black in Maine skied really well snow stayed hard all afternoon skied to sunset

  12. #2287
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckethead View Post
    ^^ fluffy's good. that's not mccauley is it?
    and yes this thread is in a nice zone right now.
    nope......that tis the mighty oak mt!



    preceded by the equally impressive woods valley.



    good times were had.

  13. #2288
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    Started late, but by 3 it was deep enough for the fat boards .

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    Started off good
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    Ended bad
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    Season ovah


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    ^^^oh shit. What happened? I hope you can recover for spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowday View Post
    Ended bad
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    Damn dude that sucks. Sorry to hear.

    Donít see too many Tele ski patrol these days..... not that anyone cares that they tele.

  17. #2292
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    What’s with the black patrol jackets these days? Red not cool enough anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    What’s with the black patrol jackets these days? Red not cool enough anymore?
    stealth to catch poachers lol
    http://www.firsttracksonline.com

    I wish i could be like SkiFishBum

  19. #2294
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    Oh, got it. They’ve changed from a pseudo-healthcare organization to a pseudo-police organization. Nothing like pretend cops. They are the most fun...

  20. #2295
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    ^^^oh shit. What happened? I hope you can recover for spring.
    I'm 99% sure tore my ACL. Showing off for the kids trying to jump out of the woods didn't go quite as planned upon landing. Tore my other knee 4 years ago so hopefully some rehab and more biking and good to go.

    Patroller was cool, I'm a recovering tele skier (not that anyone cares) so I gave him a bunch of shit about his bindings being broken. Tried to give him $$ to buy beers and bring them to the clinic but he wouldn't bite for some reason.

    Tele'd for 20 years and no serious knee injuries. Back to full clamps and 2 ACLs in 4 years. Coincidence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowday View Post

    Tele'd for 20 years and no serious knee injuries. Back to full clamps and 2 ACLs in 4 years. Coincidence?
    Oh fuck that. Iíll stick to my fairy skippiní, meadow dippiní, tele trippiní ways.

    Letís hope itís not as serious and you recover quickly!

  22. #2297
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    Quick PSA - Bolton Valley is 1/2 price for Vermonters 2/24-3/3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowday View Post
    I'm 99% sure tore my ACL. Showing off for the kids trying to jump out of the woods didn't go quite as planned upon landing. Tore my other knee 4 years ago so hopefully some rehab and more biking and good to go.

    Patroller was cool, I'm a recovering tele skier (not that anyone cares) so I gave him a bunch of shit about his bindings being broken. Tried to give him $$ to buy beers and bring them to the clinic but he wouldn't bite for some reason.

    Tele'd for 20 years and no serious knee injuries. Back to full clamps and 2 ACLs in 4 years. Coincidence?
    definitely sucks man, hopefully itís just a sprain. two in four years would be gruesome.

    i could see how alpine bindings could contribute to the uphill spinning force required to mess up an acl. since a tele heel isnít locked down that ski could skitter off rather than continuing to torque the knee.
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowday View Post
    I'm 99% sure tore my ACL. Showing off for the kids trying to jump out of the woods didn't go quite as planned upon landing. Tore my other knee 4 years ago so hopefully some rehab and more biking and good to go.

    Patroller was cool, I'm a recovering tele skier (not that anyone cares) so I gave him a bunch of shit about his bindings being broken. Tried to give him $$ to buy beers and bring them to the clinic but he wouldn't bite for some reason.

    Tele'd for 20 years and no serious knee injuries. Back to full clamps and 2 ACLs in 4 years. Coincidence?
    Best of luck w the recovery. Rehab like a beast.

    I will say too much tele can make one forget how to be a great alpine skier. Takes some effort to smoothly transition back to a stiff booted locked heel universe. Not at all blaming your technique for your injuries. Just a tough transition is all..... and, yes, alpine is much more brutal on the body.
    Uno mas

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    Hope the damage is not as bad as you think, best for a quick recovery.

    121mph gust out of the SE recorded at the wx station on Manny yesterday, might find the snow that fell up near Jay somewhere.

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