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Old 01-17-2008, 12:50 PM   #21
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Old 01-17-2008, 01:36 PM   #22
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by the end of the day I'd usually only have my pants and a tee-shirt on ... I'm sure the girls could bearly contain themselves.
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by the end of the day I'd usually only have my pants and a tee-shirt on ... I'm sure the girls could bearly contain themselves.
no chance you want to sell your set up do ya? I have a friend in the market...if you do want to sell...you happen to know board length and boot sizes?
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Where the are you at to get those prices? Went to Breckenride is Dec., $94 for a lift ticket! So was it hard? I always want to try but everyone tells me it's so much harder than skiing.
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Where the are you at to get those prices? Went to Breckenride is Dec., $94 for a lift ticket! So was it hard? I always want to try but everyone tells me it's so much harder than skiing.
she's in Minnesota....and they have those prices because she has to spend twice the time on a tow rope instead of a lift and the "mountains" she is riding have maybe 1100 feet of vertical fall I would imagine vs. 3000+ vertical fall in places like Utah, CO, and Cali
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Where the are you at to get those prices? Went to Breckenride is Dec., $94 for a lift ticket! So was it hard? I always want to try but everyone tells me it's so much harder than skiing.
I did other board sports (skateboarding, wake boarding, surfing and wind surfing), so it was easier for me than skiing.

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she's in Minnesota....and they have those prices because she has to spend twice the time on a tow rope instead of a lift and the "mountains" she is riding have maybe 1100 feet of vertical fall I would imagine vs. 3000+ vertical fall in places like Utah, CO, and Cali
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Don't get me wrong...it's still loads of fun I miss having an alternative sport to motorcycles. Once you get to experience a "real" mountain, the small stuff doesn't compare.
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You know, actually it was.
I didn't fall on this hill at all.
Whenever I get scared of the speed, I looked far away (like you'll do on a bike).
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