As many of you read before about SmoothBourquein's stolen 4fronts and the craziness with his skis that he went through. And I, like everyone else, sit here and think, 'damn that's rough, poor kid, that reminds me, I want to go ski/ride tomorrow'. I never knew the pain that goes along with losing a significant other until tonight. My snowboard was stolen before I even got to ride. All I could think was how could a fellow boarder or skier be so twisted as to want to take something so meaningful away from someone. They of all people should understand the attachment to something such as skis/board. Damn people.
Join me in Whistler from June 20-26... it's gonna kick! :)