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  1. #626
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    I was thinking about SIJ today, I ended up with new ZipFits last season and still trying to dial them in. Another vote for Matt at TVS.

    I keep forgetting about the reservations at the village! Was going to come over next weekend, I may still make it work.

    Finally made it over to Targhee for the first time today for a couple of hours. Conditions were still decent and it felt good to finally be back on skis. Just need to find my ski legs again.

  2. #627
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    It was nice to make some turns with babybear and Djongo. The village is firming up off piste but smooth and fast on the groomers.

  3. #628
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beder View Post
    Targhee canceled our cat ski for monday and Tuesday. Somewhat surprised as we heard it was very good yesterday. Anyway it is 100% booked for the rest of this season.
    Bummer. Sorry to hear yours was canceled as well. Last season ever with the new lift coming next year...

  4. #629
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    Bluebird weekend stoke:

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  5. #630
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    nice cy- that’s the back area from the ghee that is under sheep consideration?
    skid luxury

  6. #631
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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    nice cy- that’s the back area from the ghee that is under sheep consideration?
    Maybe…probably not going to be closed as far as I can tell. It is potentially going to become “slack country” with a traverse in and out from the new Peaked Lift if/when that happens.

  7. #632
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    Natural Selection conditions seem a bit rough for those guys sending.

  8. #633
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    Good recap and discussion regarding Saturdays slide at Silver Couloir

    https://www.wildsnow.com/30566/thin-...in-the-sliver/

  9. #634
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBABUCKS1 View Post
    Good recap and discussion regarding Saturdays slide at Silver Couloir

    https://www.wildsnow.com/30566/thin-...in-the-sliver/
    Holy Shit!

    Communication Breakdown in the Sliver.
    Aggressive in my own mind

  10. #635
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Natural Selection conditions seem a bit rough for those guys sending.
    I’ve been watching all morning, because it’s better than work I guess. Is this thing actually going all day? Course conditions are going to shit fast and they weren’t good to begin with.

  11. #636
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    I chuckled a little…

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    Forum Cross Pollinator, gratuitously strident

  12. #637
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    Looks like dust on crust for this Natural Selection contest today.

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  13. #638
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoarhey View Post
    Holy Shit!

    Communication Breakdown in the Sliver.
    You could call it that, but you could also say the snowboarder is fucking asshole. Putting lives ahead of his decent is full douchebaggery. The comments on the site are bullshit. Anyone defending him is clueless in the ways of life. He had eyes on the guys ascending. You absolutely do not ski cut above a climbing party even if you were faster on the up. Its just f'n skiing for christ sakes.

  14. #639
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    JACKSON '21-'22 ~~ w/the 'Ghee, the King, The KC, the Creek and the Passes

    I agree, negligent and reckless behavior


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  15. #640
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    You could call it that, but you could also say the snowboarder is fucking asshole. Putting lives ahead of his decent is full douchebaggery. The comments on the site are bullshit. Anyone defending him is clueless in the ways of life. He had eyes on the guys ascending. You absolutely do not ski cut above a climbing party even if you were faster on the up. Its just f'n skiing for christ sakes.
    No kidding, the only thing I'm wondering is why didn't the 2 slower guys yell at the snowboarder to wait 3 minutes so they could move to a safer spot? Honestly, the lack of comms between the two parties is bizarre. It's been a minute since I've been back to the Tetons, but have things in Jackson degraded to the point where you don't even talk to fellow skiers?

  16. #641
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    I've got 8 50% coupons. You have to go online and reserve, might be able to load onto a card you already have or else go to the ticket window to get an RFID card. PM me if you are around and need some.
    "College sailing isn't about who wins the most races, its about who can stand in the morning"

  17. #642
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    Hey all- just got the Feb issue of The Avalanche Review off to the printer, and our comrade @cydwhit got his fabulous art on the cover. Check it out and thanks Cy! @cydwhit

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  18. #643
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    Quote Originally Posted by homemadesalsa View Post
    Hey all- just got the Feb issue of The Avalanche Review off to the printer, and our comrade @cydwhit got his fabulous art on the cover. Check it out and thanks Cy! @cydwhit

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    Friends + moose + dad pow + safe = awesome day. Sign me up.
    The main theme is that skiing is better than splitboarding.

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  19. #644
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    I need the zipper replaced on my merino sweater. I found a few tailors in Jackson but any of them more familiar with repairing sports stuff? They all seem more for wedding dresses etc the golden thread

    Sweater is quite old so my next move was to check the thrift store for a replacement

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  20. #645
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    Hit up Needle n Shred at the Victor Fitzgerald's for some sewing....
    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    I need the zipper replaced on my merino sweater. I found a few tailors in Jackson but any of them more familiar with repairing sports stuff? They all seem more for wedding dresses etc the golden thread

    Sweater is quite old so my next move was to check the thrift store for a replacement

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  21. #646
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    Quote Originally Posted by east or bust View Post
    I’ve been watching all morning, because it’s better than work I guess. Is this thing actually going all day? Course conditions are going to shit fast and they weren’t good to begin with.
    Quote Originally Posted by fantastic_damage View Post
    Looks like dust on crust for this Natural Selection contest today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Natural Selection conditions seem a bit rough for those guys sending.

    Fucking Natural selection bullshit. The entire Moran face has been closed for 2 months so those clucks can augur and get a participation trophy. Did anyone make it offa the first hit cleanly?. I couldn't watch anymore, the fail was so strong.


    Yeah, the conditions are firm under foot. It's like that all over the mountain and the locs are still eating it up like hungry dogs.
    All of the commentators excuse making is weak and I could pull 4 friends who could do better than most of those 'pros', in a heartbeat.
    This comp needs to move on or only block out the Face for a week or two.

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    Re: the Sliver slide...IMO, inexcusable to cut in above an ascending party when so close and contrarily ignorant of 2nd party not contacting and clarifying while being passed.


    Thanks Swerve! Nice!
    I'm sure those 1/2 vouchers will get used by mags.

    Any other donations on vouchers would be appreciated if at all possible.

    I'ma gonna be out every day so pm me some digis and we can connect for first laps or first safety meeting.


    Skiing is better than splitboarding.
    Yes, yes it is.


    Nice work Cy! Way to represent mag.

  22. #647
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    I need the zipper replaced on my merino sweater. I found a few tailors in Jackson but any of them more familiar with repairing sports stuff? They all seem more for wedding dresses etc the golden thread

    Sweater is quite old so my next move was to check the thrift store for a replacement

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    Amazingly getting gear fixed in JH has always been hit or miss. Someone starts the biz, gets completely overwhelmed and bails because it's a tough row to hoe. Now it's only a coupla suitmakers/tailors...$$$.

    The thriftstore, Browse-n-Buy, just offa town square typically has a pretty amazing selection of midlayers. Give 'em a go. I score so much great stuff there.

  23. #648
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    Quote Originally Posted by GravityDT View Post
    Hit up Needle n Shred at the Victor Fitzgerald's for some sewing....
    Call first, last fall they were stichin' at the upholstery shop on Hwy 32 in Victor.

  24. #649
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    Quote Originally Posted by new yabyum View Post
    Call first, last fall they were stichin' at the upholstery shop on Hwy 32 in Victor.

    Yep, they're in Teton Upholstery now. I have a bunch of gear in their shop right now, getting modified. Huge fan, those guys are great!

    And thanks for putting that comic on the cover HMS. Love getting work into TAR!

  25. #650
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djongo Unchained View Post


    Skiing is better than splitboarding.
    Yes, yes it is.

    Don't go full kook on me man. I do both and completely disagree.

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