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Old 02-20-2013, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking My first powder day!

So, I had my first power day awhile ago and for some reason just haven't got around to posting about it.

Anyways, to start off, it was my best day of snowboarding ever, and one of my best days any time! It was really fun! This was my 6th day, I think.. and it was on the Thursday the 7th. Since it was break time for my middle school it was the least crowded I've ever seen it! The resort (Red Lodge) had gotten 13 inches in the past 24 hours 10 of which were in the past 10 hours. This was one of my first few times, second to be exact, being able to buy a pass that let me access the whole mountain and I was doing my first blacks. I did like 4 blacks and did each about 3 times. It was awesome!

On a side note; the Dominos guy just fell down the stairs outside my house.
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I was doing my first blacks. I did like 4 blacks and did each about 3 times. It was awesome!
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I was doing my first blacks. I did like 4 blacks and did each about 3 times. It was awesome!
just kidding

grats on ur pow day

Hahahaha! Awsome.


Seriously though sounds like you had a blasty blast! Im jealous bro, i pray for any snowfall over 4 inches here in pa.....im gonna have to travel more next season.
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Hahahaha! Awsome.


Seriously though sounds like you had a blasty blast! Im jealous bro, i pray for any snowfall over 4 inches here in pa.....im gonna have to travel more next season.
Yeah, I did!!
And if you come to Montana go to Whitefish, Big Sky, Moonlight, or Bridger Bowl. Those are actually most of the resorts but according to my friends they're awesome!
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I hope the Domino's Guy fell after giving you the pizza, not before. Glad to hear the Pow Stoke! You're hooked for sure!
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I hope the Domino's Guy fell after giving you the pizza, not before. Glad to hear the Pow Stoke! You're hooked for sure!
Haha he fell after..
And yeah, I might even get to go ride tomorrow and they'll get 6ish inches.
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Grats man! Seems like pow days have been few and far between this year. Spent all day yesterday in it. Super fun!
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It's addicting. Once you've experienced it you'll always be on a life long search for it again.
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It's addicting. Once you've experienced it you'll always be on a life long search for it again.
So true, the places I have hiked out of for a few pow turns...
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