next year i am going to get extra legs for my bed (like i would bunk it, but without the extra bed frame) but put them on top of the ones connected to my frame, and then hang a hammock in between the foot and head of the bed so it would be like 4 feet above my bed. i also have a 7 or so foot tall fake bamboo tree that my mom sent me haha its dope.
here is my room from last year right when i moved in. i got a variety of posters/pictures to put up on the wall and the layout changed a little bit, but you get the idea
"When people say you have a one track mind, tell them they're only half right. Skiing leaves 2 tracks!" - Seth Morrison
I really like it. I miss living in the mountains obviously but it is well worth it for the transfers I got from college. Plus it isn't that far from Castle mountain. I don't mind the town itself. It is a university town. A lot of people seem to talk shit on it but most of them have never lived here. The school itself is great. Big enough to have good selection but small enough to have good sized classes and accessible profs. I haven't even been here for a year though so I am probably not the best to give a review
Afterbang: "Perform a trick in the air and when you land "fakie" stand up as quickly and as straight as you can and allow your arms to fall limply to your sides. Look straight up the hill back at the jump as if you were aggressivly questioning it's physical toughness." - R_Martin
Why did you go to the bridge then? I thought you were doing resort management or something? Castle and Fernie are sick but not just down the street, it does take some effort to rock out to them but it is definitely worth it. I think Castle is probably one of the most underrated hills I know of when they have snow, and those steeps are siiiick. There is some fun biking though, but otherwise I cant say I like the town too much (yes I have spent time there) seems to be too high a concentration of mormons and drunken natives for my liking. That and the wind, fuck that wind.
RIP-my ACL, MCL, Meniscus, and tendon in neck...oh and my season, job, trip to New Zealand...etc
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