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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 03-06-2012, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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I cant wait to get better and hide in the trees as well, I can hit some side trees for now, but nothing too dense or out of bounds... Jealous of you guys.

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when there is 8-9"+ work can fuck off, ill call in sick and i skip classes without even thinking about it. Powder is just too much fun! What sucks is its impossible to truly explain just how wonderful surfing a foot of pow in complete solitude to someone who hasn't done it. Its just one of those feelings.
Totally agree.. I get insane when it starts to dump, and simply declare " I'm going tomorrow" which generally triggers a fight of sort with my wife (since I'm not working at the moment) I never ever experienced such a high in sports. and I have been rock climbing all my life. I get excited when I go climbing. But powder makes m e absolutely maniacal. I have to go.

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Totally agree.. I get insane when it starts to dump, and simply declare " I'm going tomorrow" which generally triggers a fight of sort with my wife (since I'm not working at the moment) I never ever experienced such a high in sports. and I have been rock climbing all my life. I get excited when I go climbing. But powder makes m e absolutely maniacal. I have to go.
Amen to that. I stopped waiting for the wife to have a day off. Otherwise, I'd never be on the mountain.

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