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post #211 of 233 (permalink) Old 12-20-2010, 12:44 PM
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Few years ago we drove to Tremblant, my friend Adam was all gung-ho about it. We drove overnight and got there late morning, he decided to warm up with an enormous bowl of chili a few pints of beer and three shots of whiskey. He did two runs that day and quit. He got so f*cked up that night that the next day he didn't ride at all. The third day he paid for another lift ticket and did 1 run before calling it a day, and on day 4 he didn't come home until 5am and was asleep until 5 minutes before we loaded up the car to drive home in the afternoon.

Talk about a waste...

But he was a source of entertainment for the week, beginning with the 4am taking a shit on someone's front lawn on some random road exit off of the 401 in Ontario and wiping his ass with a snowball. That'll happen when you eat a microwave steak sandwhich at the gas station at 330am.
lol Sounds like one of the guys with us on that trip.. Before our friend left the mountain (paid for 2 full day lift tickets and rentals) he got into a fight with it.. He kept falling and then started punching the mountain. I was dying lol..... On top of it, he thought he was the shyt and was telling 2 other people with us (was their first time) to not get mad because you'd never learn. After he lost the fight with the mountain, he was wasted the rest of the weekend. He managed to piss himself a couple times, and then wander the mountain top in boxers lol... Dumb..
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post #212 of 233 (permalink) Old 12-22-2010, 02:14 PM
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I think its very different. Even a long soccer game doesn't last for more than 2 hours, and unless you're center-half back, you have a pretty good bit of down time.

Compare this to being on the mountain for 6 or 7 hours of riding. Even when I am in snowboard shape and fully rested, I am usually beat by time the lifts stop running.
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I'm good enough to hit the mountain now after drinking the night before. Last year a no no. It's no different than partying all night then playing soccer on a few hours sleep.
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