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  1. #26
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    Dec 2005
    His poor family. Thanks for linking - donated.

  2. #27
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    Sep 2004
    RIP Toby.
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

  3. #28
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    Dec 2018
    Thank you for posting the GoFundMe link.

    Shared to friends, classmates, and donated.

    Vibes to the kids…

  4. #29
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    Apr 2021
    I never connected that Pow11 was Toby S. I'm sure I had a beer with him at some point, we have so many mutual friends and I've heard his name many times over the years. Really sad to hear this.

    So is the official cause of death a car accident? I'm really confused on what happened.

  5. #30
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    Oct 2003
    Van City and Whistler
    Just so it is in this thread as well. This is all 2nd hand but from a friend who helped search. He crashed his truck driving way too fast off a logging road into a lake. He was able to get out. Most likely pretty injured. Then scrambled up a very steep and cliffy hillside. Probably disoriented. Fell. Broken neck.

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  6. #31
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    Jan 2004
    North Vancouver

    Mar 2007.

    Too many good times chasing you around WB to count. You will be missed. RIP and sending straighlines on the other side.

  7. #32
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    Jun 2020
    in a freezer in Italy
    I was able to dig up this article but it doesn't say very much:

  8. #33
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    Jan 2008
    BC to CO
    A nice article in the Whistler Newspaper.
    "a really dry sense of humor".... thats an understatement.

    Based on the situation not much more details will be released.

  9. #34
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    Aug 2006
    Condolences to his family and friends. Sucks

  10. #35
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    Nov 2010

    Powder11 RIP

    Think I first met him in the lift line, as ya do w most good people. We’d always find ourselves at the same chairs waiting for em to crack. Shared lots of good times.
    Only hooked up a few times off the resort, but damn those days were good.

    Heli drop which turned out to be a 800m couloir off a peak no one had skied before

    Sun rising over Twin Goat

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    Scoping the line

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    The long slog out with the line hiding behind in the background

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    A few years later I was looking for someone to join on a bike heli drop in the N Duffey.
    Tried a lot of people but Toby was one of only 2 who was keen to try and get off a big shale sloped peak that I though would go but wasn’t sure.
    Had an awesome day

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    Our objective

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    Powder11 1st descent Ostinato Peak 2690m

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    Lately I was more likely to see him in the sled trailhead but we’d still share great days on the chair.


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    Last edited by Maximus Farcisimus; 06-22-2022 at 02:44 PM.
    Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.

  11. #36
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    Jan 2008
    BC to CO
    Great Post !
    He was always up for an adventure. JM you were smart to call him when you had a crazy objective.

  12. #37
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    Jan 2008
    BC to CO
    Toby Salin ‘s Celebration Of Life will be held at 3pm on June 29th at Daisy Lane Acres on Clover Road in Pemberton

  13. #38
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    Oct 2003
    Sad news. He posted some great stuff here way back when. That’s a great shot of him smiling with the mountain in the background.

  14. #39
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    Jan 2013
    Northern BC

  15. #40
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    Aug 2002
    Fuck me, I'm rarely on here nowadays but I met Toby up at Red, crashing with Rusty Nails at his place (where is that guy btw?). We even had a few beers at my place outside DC waaaayyyyy back when he and his then wife were out this way for work I think.

    Good dude. Really sorry to hear this, even if it's been at least 15 yrs since I saw him.

  16. #41
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    Nov 2003
    318 Powder Lane
    So sorry to hear this news. I skied with Toby a few time here in Vermont back in the day. He was a good guy and a head charger. Rest easy Toby.
    fighting gravity on a daily basis

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    Handcrafted in Northern Vermont

  17. #42
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    Jan 2006
    Vanity Fair
    Ah fuck. Condolences to all who knew him. Haven't been here much lately but remember his screen name as one whose posts I'd always check out. May you RIP, Powder11.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    A toast to Powder11 and a toast to life. In the end its all we get.
    Ich bitte dich nur, weck mich nicht.

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