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Years Riding: 8
Average Days/Year: 50
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
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Preferred Terrain: powder, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 5'7, 145 lbs
Board Size: 155
Boot Size: 9
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1/7/2016 12:03:40 PM people celebrate things in different ways.  By having a tree and exchanging gifts does not mean they celebrated something other than the birth of Jesus.  It just means that a tree and exchanging of gifts were part of that celebration.  Some people may have had those items and celebrated the birth of Jesus, some may have had those items and didn't celebrate the birth of Jesus.  Just that it may not be perceived by all the same way...
1/2/2016 8:46:30 AM if we waited until it was over 20 degs to ride, probably wouldn't get many days.  -25F in the valley yesterday, luckily it was 10F on the peaks.  Another cold start this morning at -7F.  But at least it keeps the snow soft.   handwarmers are a great invention.
12/15/2015 1:40:33 PM since the house is doing awesome, I can only imagine they just leave this here until it fully disappears and people just go to the-house.  It's sad, but I can understand not wanting to maintain two sites.  It was great in it's prime and hopefully we got a lot of people on boards.   but someone needs to pronounce T.O.D.
11/5/2015 6:47:08 PM stoked for you all in Cali.  Probably still wait another week or two before I head out from here to ride.  Hoping for a long season.
11/4/2015 7:07:09 PM One of the better videos I have seen put together to get people talking about awareness.  Not only does it discuss snowboarding and skiing, but decent discussions with the sledding community. https://vimeo.com/144545554 it's a collaboration among various groups including CAIC and Utah Avalanche Center. Hopefully it gets us all thinking
9/30/2015 7:56:56 AM hold on, have to do some math here...so roughly 5'6" and 125lbs.  My mind doesn't work well in metric. That board is fine for you.  You could go bigger or smaller depending on flex and personal preferences.  A lot of people can get caught up in the details of size but I know people who ride 158 at your size or down to 146 at your size.  But that is a good fit either way, 
9/28/2015 8:04:35 AM so you're telling us you didn't practice it last season??  decent thread to resurrect.   glad the temps are dropping finally.  another season to begin!  
9/28/2015 7:54:15 AM maybe you can come up with something, maybe not.  But good luck.  Catch is always to improve and be affordable.  That's the catch with the skateboards too.  Wood is inexpensive and does the job.  Bindings are relatively inexpensive and there are tricks to not "sliding".  One that works for everyone is to sit.  Only takes a few attempts to learn to do it standing and that's more of a balance thing whether you face uphill or downhill.   maybe you'll come up with something completely unrelated through trial and error that's even better.
8/5/2015 8:23:03 AM last staff member to post was Allie saying she was no longer going to be doing giveaways as she was moving on.  That was early May.  
7/30/2015 5:26:03 PM commenting on a two year old sale?  might want to let this one pass.
7/30/2015 5:24:28 PM That'll be awesome!  Lucerne is cool, try and take a trip up to Grindelwald if you get a chance, quick train ride.  I was just there a couple weeks ago and it's amazing.  Sounds like it'll be a great time.
7/21/2015 8:03:29 AM not that i know of...
7/20/2015 12:59:23 PM done
7/18/2015 9:44:10 AM I wouldn't say the site is dying by any means. Forums are slow, but even in the busy days summer is always slow on snowboard forums. Just wait till October everything picks back up. Thrive will have their coaching stuff up, the forums are kind of played out in my opinion. More about different forms of social media these days. If you look at it, only about 10 people contribute to most forums anyway. TruSnow just seemed to be giving up on everything when Allie and George left. Hopefully that changes soon too. Good group of people here. Thrive has Doug and he will always respond to questions as needed. So at least they have that going. We've all just gotten older too. What do you all think Thrive should do to pick up the forums? I'd happily relay the message to Doug if they are valid. For now, wakeboarding season...
7/16/2015 7:42:42 AM looks like the mod controls are back, i have been trying to catch up on deleting these and blocking their ip's.  I'll try and keep up.


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