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3/28/2011 11:40:14 PM saw this on the news.  riding up in shasta this past weekend.   this guy is quite lucky.  he must have had a nice air pocket to be breathing for over 1 hour: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheJdride#p/u/2/SVQWM2Axhvwhttp://www.youtube.com/user/TheJdride#p/u/3/qVsqpquTvUQhttp://www.youtube.com/user/TheJdride#p/u/0/Bs2k-dGeWt8
3/27/2011 6:25:27 PM Was leaving Sierra at Tahoe today when we saw bunch of ambulances as well as the El Dorado Search and Rescue truck. Found this article shortly after: http://edhtelegraph.com/detail/174843.html RIP
2/15/2011 9:53:26 AM http://northstarsnow.blogspot.com/ Who's going to try to make the drive up Weds???  I'm waking up early and praying at that 80 stays open tomorrow morning.   Thursday will be damn awesome but have to work - damn... 
1/28/2011 12:30:19 PM For those who live near a mountain, especially if you have a pass, do u find it hard to justify flyin out somewhere to snowboard? It so difficult to plan a trip months in advance not knowing what the conditions will be like. Can you imagine flying in to tahoe from vail this last month? I had planned on going to vail in march but between airfare, lift tickets, hotel - that is a lot of money. With my luck, it'll be dumping in tahoe and nothing in Colorado.
11/15/2010 12:36:24 PM http://northstarsnow.blogspot.com/2010/11/biggest-november-storm-in-8-years.html Huge weather forecast for this opening weekend?  Who's going up to Northstar?  Very tempted to get a room up at the Ritz and getting snowed in for the weekend.  Bust out the Fish this early in the season??
4/20/2010 4:37:24 PM Surely this must be the last storm for this winter.  Who's going up Weds or Thursday?  And where are you headed?  Thinking about either sugarbowl or kirkwood - but I've already packed up and summer waxed my Powder board...  not sure if it's worth it to bust it out.. it's probably only going to be 8-12 inches
3/27/2010 9:51:49 PM What happened to instore pickup?  Will it ever be available again?  Seems better for both the customer and for sierr to save a few bucks on shipping cost.
3/25/2010 10:31:45 PM I got two tickets off my two recent purchases this year.  I have a double whammy pass and won't be using these.    $40 each via paypals.  I'll email you the PDF file
3/18/2010 8:39:57 AM How come there are a million Burton Custom V-rockers available on here and other retailers but popular EST bindings such as the Triads, Cartels, and P1 are all sold out?  Why did Burton dump tons of boards into the market again but limit production of the bindings?  
3/16/2010 11:27:05 PM Well, I had so much fun riding powder on my Malolo 154, I couldn't help picking up a Fish for next season.   Unfortunately, they only have the 150 left.  Need some confirmation from the Fish-riders out there that the 150 will work for me or I just might cancel my order tomorrow morning. I'm 5'5", 135-140lb - my other boards are 152 Sierrascope and the 154 Malolo..  I'm a resort pow rider and don't forsee any opportunities for backcountry powder.  At the resorts, I'm mainly riding powder in the trees.   It's hard to wrap my mind around the fact that a 150cm board can float that well in powder.
3/16/2010 4:34:33 PM http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/Burton-Malolo-Snowboards.asp This thing is seriously in immaculate condition.  I used it ONCE!  In 12" of powder! I am selling because after riding it - it is an amazing ride - I now want a full-blown powder board (I'm going to buy the Fish).   The Malolo, unlike the Fish, can be the only board in your quiver if you freeride.  I already have a freestyle twin (sierrascope) and another cambered freeride board.   245 shipped.  Given Burton's new stance on discount (no more than 30%) and Sierra not carrying Burton next year, this will most likely your last chance to get a Malolo for under $300.  (bindings not included)    
3/16/2010 10:07:47 AM Anyone know when the sales for next year's season passes usually start for these resorts.  I'm debating between: Kirkwood Northstar/Sierra Double WhammySugarbowl Thanks
3/16/2010 12:39:15 AM the 09 Nofish at $149 is almost too good to pass up.  Anyone figure out a way to put some temporary bindings on this thing (at least front bindings) to make it resort legal? Can you drill binding holes into it and mount bindings as if you were mounting ski bindings?
3/11/2010 8:40:44 AM My birthday is coming up!  I'm going to do my wife a favor and buy a board for myself and tell her its her gift to me... I'm having a hard time deciding on whether to pick up a Malolo or a Custom-V.  I currently mainly ride a Sierrascope.  Ilike the all-around versatility of this "all-mountain freestyle" board as I can ride it pretty much anywhere, albeit jack-of-all-trade, master of none.  On the same day, you can ride tree powder tree runs, groomers, and hit the park at the end of the day.  This has me leaning towards the Custom-V.  But then again, on powder days, I pretty much spend all my time in the powder/trees so that versatility isn't really needed.  I'd love to have a dedicated powder board - the sierrascope floats alright but I'm still using that back leg to keep the nose up and it burns like hell midway down the run.  I'm guessing I get about 4-5 powder days each season.  Is it worth it to get a Malolo?  Should I go with the jack-of-all-trade Custom-V for next year instead? 
3/5/2010 2:46:11 PM I'm from Sacramento and usually ride Northstar or Sierra.  This year, we did take a trip to Whistler.   For next year, I'm planning on getting work to pay for it by doing a CME course at one of the mountains.  Of these choices, which would you choose:   Cliff Lodge and Spa at Snowbird The Canyons Park Hyatt Resort Beaver Creek Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch   Have never been to either colorado or Utah.   Thanks!


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