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Old 09-05-2010, 08:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default A Special Welcome Back to Our Seasonal Members!

As the unofficial start of Fall begins tomorrow, I would like to wish a happy fall and welcome back to our seasonal member, and those who flock here to learn the art of snowboard every Fall. To those who start school this week, good luck and try to find a ton of time to board this year, but remember that school comes first! (*cough*)

The forum has had some great improvements this Summer, including a better spam filtering system and a new Administrator.

See you all around and get stoked East Coast; this year is shaping up to be a La Nina!!!
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The weather today made me so stoked for winter. East coast better get hammered with snow this winter, or else I'm moving!! Haha 3 months and counting..
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The weather today made me so stoked for winter. East coast better get hammered with snow this winter, or else I'm moving!! Haha 3 months and counting..
Ahhh, same here...today would have been PERFECT if it was snow!
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:18 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Summer is barely over and I'm already dusting off my equipment!
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Summer is barely over and I'm already dusting off my equipment!
LMFAO!!! I was hoping I wasn't the only one I even walked around the house in my boots for a bit, mounted my bindings and played with stance angles.
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Yu're not alone.....Bought a new board, waxed it...bought new bindings, tried them, playing around with gera waiting for the white stuff...


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2011 Winter Outlook – The Wait is Over! | Farmers' Almanac
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Meanwhile, for the Western States, milder-than-normal winter temperatures are expected. They will spread from the Pacific Coast inland as far as the Rockies and the western Great Plains.
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Old 09-09-2010, 03:12 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Winter temps not precip. It might rain a bit more at lower elevation spots. It's looking to be a La Nina year, so I wouldn't put much stock in the temperature prediction either.
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I'm sure we get some of that cold stuff...

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