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Old 02-11-2008, 12:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
revhi
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Default Snowboarding in real snow, what a difference.

Im from the Northeast Pocono's area and always gone to local mountains here. All the mountains especially this season have been real icy. It doesnt bother me because this is what I learned to snowboard on, but we went to Hunter Mountain in NY this weekend and wow. They didnt get a ton of snow, but there was a few inches of new natural powder. What a difference. It was so easy to turn and the snow was so soft. I wasnt used to turning and not hearing ice scraping. It was so much fun. Although our last run it was snowing so hard that we couldnt see 2 feet in front of us. The wind was crazy and people where falling left and right all in front of us. At one point I couldnt even tell if I was moving. It was definitely and experience.

Just thought Id share my experience.

Sorry just realized I posted this in the wrong section.

Last edited by revhi; 02-11-2008 at 12:39 PM.
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