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Old 12-27-2010, 08:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default stevens pass bc + powder + friend and his dog = good day

YouTube - stevens backcountry heather ridge

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skip to 1:50 for the riding part, no video editing software on my netbook

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Old 12-28-2010, 08:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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man, no love on this forum either eh? i gotta admit, everytime i saw ollie (that the dogs name?) i was stoked.. makes me miss my pooch, he was a snow charger and rolled to stevens with my religiously for like 6 yrs back when i wasn't BOYCOTTING STEVENS.

if you get in close to your bud and point it at him, have him rip by u get some rad wide angle gopro clips.. i'm still working that one out myself..
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yeah, need to work on getting better shots more angles...its just when I see that pow my brain kinda turns off lol
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damn! that looks like fun. I would want to ride bc with my dog.
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awesome dog! powder looked pretty awesome too
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i was just watching "ride back down to the road with ollie" . is that dog a border collie? i noticed that the dog was biting at your friends legs. i wonder if he's doing that because of it's herding instincts. i had a shetland sheep dog that did the exact same thing. super annoying.
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Great vid! Love the dog!
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thanks for the comments, yes Ollie is an almost two year old "boarder" collie and gets very excited for the ride down and only barks and nips when i slow or stop. If we are running full speed then she is happy and out of the way. When the snow is deep she follows my tracks down behind be, on firm snow she will out run me most of the time. I started taking her out into the backcountry when she was a little pup. Now she is getting good at waiting at the top of steeper runs until its her turn. She's great as long as its above 0f and i put enough crisco on her paws and belly hair so the snow doesn't clump. She does get upset though when i start packing the car to go ride at the ski area and she doesn't get to come along for the fun.
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thanks for the comments, yes Ollie is an almost two year old "boarder" collie and gets very excited for the ride down and only barks and nips when i slow or stop. If we are running full speed then she is happy and out of the way. When the snow is deep she follows my tracks down behind be, on firm snow she will out run me most of the time. I started taking her out into the backcountry when she was a little pup. Now she is getting good at waiting at the top of steeper runs until its her turn. She's great as long as its above 0f and i put enough crisco on her paws and belly hair so the snow doesn't clump. She does get upset though when i start packing the car to go ride at the ski area and she doesn't get to come along for the fun.
Sounds fun. i wish someday i can ride backcountry my dog.
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Beautiful....wish we had some bc locations to ride in. Ollie must love it out there.
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