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Gopro at Lake Louise

I wanted to post a video I made at Lake Louise on Friday, I'm using a Gopro Hero 2, 60fps in 720p. You can get some really nice looking slow motion footage with this thing!

The pole is a ski pole with a handlebar mount.




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Looks like fun. How did the skier fare after you stole one of his sticks?
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I still don't think they've found the body
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That's that far bowl off the platter, right? Never been all the way back there, we usually drop into the steep shit about 100' along the path. Looks like a fun little run with some rocks and shit to jump off!
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I swear i saw you eat shit at sunshine once this year. Cant remember when but i can remember the jacket pants combo.
haha, nice vid.
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do you know what guys, I have found a stick too right on hunter mountain i was always lazy to get down there to get it, but after seeing this video, I am gonna go after I get off from the chair lift, I see it last time I was there, hope still here

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Can we get someone to decipher that post by vkny? Wtf is he gonna do?

Ifnyou are talking about a ski pole just go into a rental shop and ask for one, aluminum. They will usually have broken ones to give you.
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Can we get someone to decipher that post by vkny? Wtf is he gonna do?

Ifnyou are talking about a ski pole just go into a rental shop and ask for one, aluminum. They will usually have broken ones to give you.
yea I am reading my own message and like huh? lol

you know how you look around when you're on the lift, I spotted 2 poles sitting somewhere and thought about getting them but never did, but this weekend I think I will

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That's that far bowl off the platter, right? Never been all the way back there, we usually drop into the steep shit about 100' along the path. Looks like a fun little run with some rocks and shit to jump off!
Actually that's usually what I do too, I had totally overlooked that section with rocks until last weekend. There's some good rocks hiding to the left and right of the gondola on the front side too..
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I swear i saw you eat shit at sunshine once this year. Cant remember when but i can remember the jacket pants combo.
haha, nice vid.
Although I frequently eat shit, I haven't been to sunshine since I got that jacket. I've also got a blue textured volcom jacket I used to wear, and will wear if it's really cold.
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