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04-23-2009 10:01 PM
Flick Montana Rode Tline again today. Wow. Should have gone yesterday. It was basically a skating rink. There were maybe 15 people there (I'm talking cars in the parking lot, not people on the hill) and it was 0 fun. The wife and I tried every run that was open and they were all ice so we took off. I knew there would be SOME ice because I'm not completely devoid of intelligence and I know what happens when the temp drops after a big melt. But I was hoping it would be at least boardable (it's a word). It wasn't.

Oh well, maybe next week. High five for 1 1/2 hour drives and 1 hour of boarding.
04-21-2009 12:49 PM
Flick Montana
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Originally Posted by Noodle View Post
Ah man thats scary, I know someone who died from that (not quite a funny position).
While I make light of my situation, I completely understand the danger of tree wells. Humor is sort of my way of getting by, even when looking death in the face. I like to think that if I ever meet Mr. Death, I will have the courage to at least chuckle.

I'm sorry about your friend, though. It is never funny when you lose someone you care about and I hope I didn't put you off.

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Originally Posted by justdust View Post
Flick, I flipped a coin...it came up heads...you should stay in Oregon.
Sweet...don't kill me.

04-21-2009 12:30 PM
justdust Flick, I flipped a coin...it came up heads...you should stay in Oregon.
04-21-2009 10:55 AM
Noodle Ah man thats scary, I know someone who died from that (not quite a funny position).
04-20-2009 02:31 AM
rjattack19
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Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
I'm 6'3.

Maybe the camera subtracts a foot?

By the way, when I am on camera with my wife, I look like a friggin giant. She's 5'1 on a good day.
psh 6'3" i tower a whole 2 inches over you yea i guess the camera does make you look smaller because i would have never guess that. my last girlfriend was 5'3 so i know how you feel, and i know the back breaking agony involved in something as simple as a kiss haha
04-20-2009 01:01 AM
Flick Montana I also have a video of my wife laughing at me while she tapes me crashing while doing ground 360s. But a man needs to know how to edit. That stayed on the cutting room floor.

I think our decision to stay or not to stay will be based on when we want to have kids. We've said before we are 30, we want to have kids. Since we want 2, I would think we should start soon since I'm already 26. THAT'S a scary thought.

I don't know. Moving is one thing, but moving so far is just tough. I think we'll make a decision we're happy with. We were torn when we moved out here because we weren't sure if it was right for us or not. But the fact is that I wouldn't change it for anything. You never know until you try and I think a life without a variety of experiences is a wasted one.
04-20-2009 12:42 AM
danielle
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Originally Posted by Random Hero View Post
How good your life is is all relative, as long as you focus on the positives of your situation nothing should bring you down.
I agree with this. Our family is in California, so being in the PNW is exactly where we want to be. Both our girls 9 and 6 have picked up snowboarding this year and love it. Our son, 5, not so much, maybe next year. Family is what you make it as the kids get older and we push them into the things we like, it makes it fun to hang out with them.

And yes, your voice is way deep, I was thinking you would sound more like Zack Braff from Scrubs.
04-20-2009 12:38 AM
Flick Montana
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Originally Posted by DiamondCarver View Post
You're all of a sudden more intimidating...
Me? Nah. I make jokes, not war.
04-20-2009 12:30 AM
DiamondCarver
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Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
I'm 6'3.

Maybe the camera subtracts a foot?

By the way, when I am on camera with my wife, I look like a friggin giant. She's 5'1 on a good day.
You're all of a sudden more intimidating...
04-19-2009 11:18 PM
Flick Montana
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Originally Posted by rjattack19 View Post
not a girl per say i dunno you just dont look like a very big guy, so the voice dosnt really fit, i guess your bark is bigger than your bite haha
I'm 6'3.

Maybe the camera subtracts a foot?

By the way, when I am on camera with my wife, I look like a friggin giant. She's 5'1 on a good day.
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