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Cspodey Name Cody Sander
Location Kings Beach, CA, US
Level Lift Op.  (112 points)
Member Since 2/3/2010
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"Can't wait for snow!!" 
General  
Gender: Male
Age: 35
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 18
Average Days/Year: 70
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: freestyle
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 6'1, 165 lbs
Board Size: 158
Boot Size: 10
Clothing Size: XL
Jacket Size: XL
Pants Size: XL
Thermal Size: L
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Region: California
Location: Nor-Cal
Resort: Northstar-at-Tahoe
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10/2/2010 7:02:05 PM OP, Is this board still available? Where are you located?
9/5/2010 5:06:18 PM I have a Burton Seven 158 from a few years back that still has some pop that you could probably have if you live close and are willing to pick up. Also have a 156 Dominant that was only ridden a handful of times I might be trying to sell for a decent price. PM if interested in either.
9/5/2010 3:12:35 PM I'm gonna second what GiftedHands said. Pretty good breakdown of whats going on.
8/31/2010 8:23:38 PM Thanks, I'll try both of those suggestions.
8/31/2010 4:43:39 PM I like wearing my helmet mainly for tree runs. Less of a worry about getting knocked in the head with a stray branch. I use a Capix skate helmet since it is multi-impact, don't have to worry about buying a new one constantly. Check them out, they are stylish as well as durable.
8/31/2010 4:00:28 PM Apologies if this is the wrong section. I'm just wondering how to change some of the default settings, i.e. how to make a picture my default and how to add stuff to the My Gear section. I looked around and couldn't really find the answer. Thanks! 
8/31/2010 3:43:59 PM So mine was about 3 seasons ago now, 05-06 season, in Northstar's park. I was riding on the last day of the season, which if memory serves, was 4-20-06. I got to the hill pretty early to ride the sloppy, sun baked park before heading to work in the afternoon. I was doing laps with a young lady that I had an interest in at the time, so I was obviously trying to impress her. Well, stupid me, I go to ollie the flat part of the flat to down box and catch a rut. This basically tossed me front leg, my left leg being that I'm regular, directly into the immovable object that was the box. I hit it so hard it spun me around a full 360 degrees and flipped me over so I landed face down on my stomach. I immediately knew something was wrong. The park is situated directly under the Vista chair and some of my friends saw the whole horrible incident unfold and notified Ski Patrol. They showed up promptly and the patroller did an incident assessment, which basically involved me putting myself in awkward positions including dropping my pants, on the hill, in front of everyone in the immediate vicinity as well as everyone riding the lift. So after the uncomfortable ride down in the sled, we got to the on-hill Med Center and they took X-Rays. Come to find out that I had a very badly broken Femur. I took the ambulance to the hospital in Truckee. They got me into surgery very quickly and I ended up with one large screw in the ball of the femur where it goes into the hip, 2 screws going into the femur just above the knee and a rod connecting the two. All of this hardware is still in my leg to this day. Moral of the story, be careful trying to impress girls with your snowboarding "prowess." Peace!    
8/31/2010 3:15:40 PM I don't work for Booth Creek, sorry Lightning. Wish I could help, try to get a group together and talk to Sara in tickets.
8/31/2010 3:03:09 PM If you are seriously considering coming up and staying for any extended period of time, (a week for example,) you should really look into coming to North Lake. Having lived and ridden here for the last 10+ years, it's going to be your best option. I currently work in the Northstar village, and as mentioned above, there is a plethora of parks. The thing most people don't realize is that Booth Creek, the company that owns NStar, has made a concerted effort in the last few years to expand the tree riding. Lots of fun to be had and so many park riders it usually leaves good snow else where. I'm really surprised not one person mentioned Alpine Meadows. Has similar terrain to Sqauw since it is right over the hill, but generally less people making the snow last longer. Another good option is Sugarbowl. Amazing inbounds riding when it snows and the park continues to improve thanks to JP and his awesome crew. Also right next to ASI, the Alpine Skills International training facility if you want to learn about avalanche safety. All of these within a 30-45 minute radius. Hope this helps!!
8/31/2010 2:45:29 PM One of my favorites of all time is Chimay. Mmmm....
8/31/2010 2:37:24 PM Just did my draft last night. So excited for this season!!

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