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If there is anything that grinds my gears more, its gotta be friends that love to sit at the lodges and enjoy their 2hr beers and burgers.

When u have optimum conditions outside...for ex. 45 degrees, PERFECT snow and not a cloud in the sky, why the hell would you want to waste all of that by basking in the sun?? so retarded. The other day i experienced just that, we stopped at the base lodge, i had a quick lunch . burger, coffee and a kit kat, devoured that within 5 min, i felt refueled, and energized but half of my group were eating and drinking FOREVER!!!
When i noticed that, i just told them ill meet them up top later.

Its such a shame...but oh well...it was their loss not mine.

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Yup i concur...i can walk 5 minutes from my house and be at a bar..why would i travel 2 hours through shitty roads to eat a 15 dollar burger and 5 dollar pint...

I try not to sit down for a long time when i eat unless i'm planning on cutting out shortly after lunch...once i slow down all the aches and pains start to creep in and its hard to get going again.

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hmm you must have a short temper.
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Doesn't bother me... their lift ticket and beer helps the resort do well, and if they sit in the lodge, more snow for me.


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If there is anything that grinds my gears more, its gotta be friends that love to sit at the lodges and enjoy their 2hr beers and burgers.

When u have optimum conditions outside...for ex. 45 degrees, PERFECT snow and not a cloud in the sky, why the hell would you want to waste all of that by basking in the sun?? so retarded. The other day i experienced just that, we stopped at the base lodge, i had a quick lunch . burger, coffee and a kit kat, devoured that within 5 min, i felt refueled, and energized but half of my group were eating and drinking FOREVER!!!
When i noticed that, i just told them ill meet them up top later.

Its such a shame...but oh well...it was their loss not mine.
Agree with you here, it's the same mindset as the people who sit inside and watch tv when it's beautiful outside. I've always been a fast eater, sometimes too fast I might add, but every run on a day like that is a privilege! My friends do the same, I just wait for them to txt me and ask me where I'm at on the slopes.
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If there is anything that grinds my gears more, its gotta be friends that love to sit at the lodges and enjoy their 2hr beers and burgers.

When u have optimum conditions outside...for ex. 45 degrees, PERFECT snow and not a cloud in the sky, why the hell would you want to waste all of that by basking in the sun?? so retarded. The other day i experienced just that, we stopped at the base lodge, i had a quick lunch . burger, coffee and a kit kat, devoured that within 5 min, i felt refueled, and energized but half of my group were eating and drinking FOREVER!!!
When i noticed that, i just told them ill meet them up top later.

Its such a shame...but oh well...it was their loss not mine.

Even you have wasted to much time. The reason we have pockets is to carry our food and eat it on the lift. No time wasted.
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...once i slow down all the aches and pains start to creep in and its hard to get going again.
thats exactly what happens to me...sometimes i have a huge breakfast and end up riding for 8 hrs non stop. As soon as i take a 5-10 min break, my legs start to ache and my muscles cool.

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Even you have wasted to much time. The reason we have pockets is to carry our food and eat it on the lift. No time wasted.

true...i should make food at home and put it all in a blender and then stuff it in my camel pack

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Btw, not the healthiest way to do it, but a couple powerbars or protein bars (like the meal replacement things) will cure the hunger, and as said above can just be eaten on the chairlift. Powerbars are easy for your stomach to digest too so don't worry about yaking during a run
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im one of those guys, where my Adrenaline is so high, that i can sometimes go throughout the entire trip without eating. Sometimes i do get hungry, but a cigarette on the lift fixes that

on the way home, on the other hand, i will eat my board bag if i have to

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edit: ^^^ yes! if its a great day im all for not eating till we're absolutely done boarding...none of my friends share my enthusiasm.

i dont understand people like that. my friends will sit down and eat lunch in about 10 minutes with me, but then they just want to sit around for an hour and do nothing.

fuck that ill eat as fast as i can then get back on the slopes.
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