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  1. #1
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    Essential Travel. Lets see your idea of essential

    Back to the stoke, lets keep the trolls out and get this place back to the stoke it used to deliver.

    Last few days with this storm cycle:
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    Dude

    Best not to poke the cyclops in the eye with a square-tipped shovel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnjam View Post
    Back to the stoke, let’s keep the trolls out and get this place back to the stoke it used to deliver.

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    Is the road to the bottom of 3 open (cross country trail)? Or did you skin from the upper lodge up to access chair 3 terrain?
    More cowbell!!!

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    If the road is clear which it won't be right now, they'll lock the gate until mid-May or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Looks like you mounted that tank at -4”.

    Does it ride OK that far back or does it have a tendency to porpoise during high speed evacuations?
    Crippled but free, I was blind all the time, I was learning to 'ski'.

    The best backcountry advice ever given on the TGR forums:

    Quote Originally Posted by skibee View Post
    Tits are a good thing, if making a good decision so you can live to see tits again is all that motivates you then so be it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudbumkin View Post
    Is the road to the bottom of 3 open (cross country trail)? Or did you skin from the upper lodge up to access chair 3 terrain?
    Nope, my buddy just flies his drone up with me attached and drops me off. Park at Pioneer and skin from there, just don't take my line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnjam View Post
    Nope, my buddy just flies his drone up with me attached and drops me off. Park at Pioneer and skin from there, just don't take my line.
    I won't take your line, but Sunbeam looks awefully tasty and smooth!

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    Wifey, the dogs & me went for a drive to eastern side of Washington. Lusted at all the snow crossing the pass although it's going through a cycle. Stopped for a quick bite in Selah before heading home and a near mint 1997 Subaru SVX was rumored to exist there. Private seller wanted it gone, met us, agreed to an offer & took payment. So I guess that's stretching our stay at home request but I'd do it again. Essential to support a local economy in times of great stress. And....it's the dude's birthday tomorrow!

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    Driving from Seattle to eastern ID to pick up son from college this week. Can usually make the drive with only 1 stop each way, but plan to take the scenic route as long as I'm out of the house. Plus picking up some bindings from a Mag along the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudbumkin View Post
    I won't take your line, but Sunbeam looks awefully tasty and smooth!
    Ok, so I took your line today mtnjam. It was pretty good around noon, not mushy, but not great corn. At least it was soft. I tested out my real tech rig and I must say I am sold. I dig how pins climb and they do down just fine. Got a nasty blister on my inner left ankle on the climb up Smuggler. Going to have to fix that!Click image for larger version. 

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    Took me daughter Jill along, she booted the whole climb and is a stud!


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    More cowbell!!!

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    Essential Travel. Lets see your idea of essential

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    Some great snow, some crusty snow this weekend with the pup and Mrs joeshek.

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    More cowbell!!!

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    Right on spud...looks like Bogus is holding up well, I guess I should know, I was up there again on Friday.

    Pretty amazing how long Bogus will hold snow on the northish facing slopes.

    Glad you're liking and trusting the tech clamps. Yep, it took me a few years to trust tech bindings after years of tele.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Is that the Cadet 3? Best toilet ever.

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