i got some awesome rain call it the north east pow day i have no snow
the black cop obviously had just never seen snow before and was confused at the snowball fight.... aquinn
Ok, here's what you wanna do: Get some unicorn hair, a midget, 3 drops of your grandmas pee, a lightbulb, some fulltilts, and å nail. Pur that shit in a pot, and boil the mix on a fire made of the remains of chads gap. Let it boil for a little while, rub it all Over yourself, your skis and the rail. It'll slide like heaven. Tablespoon
The way and the tone of the kid when he said it just made me laugh. And it's mainly avy conditions and area boundaries that make "backcountry" skiing. When I picture NY and most parts of the east coast (minus some places at stowe and others) I do not picture backcountry skiing. Technically though, I guess you could call it that for self satisfaction/amusement.
was just at mt snow this week end and they got something like a 35in of pow which made it very nice to go into the woods i also found a 13 wall that i dropped. thats something you dont get to do around here often :D
may post helmet cam video of it
so much fun to have snow like this in the NY/VT area i hit some urban got some powder and mt snow had a shit ton of snow...also a +++ mountains will be open longer hopefully with this to add to the base
You know you were drunk when you wake up and find a facebook video the next morning of yourself jumping into a bush, fucking up your ankle and rolling around on your driveway screaming "ahhhh my ankles are broke, I'm tanner motherfucking hall, my ankles are broke" ~auddie~
here is the video of the drop. now that i look at it on camera though, it looks a little smaller than 13ft...
and sorry the one good video i had of powder was corupted because i face planted at the end of it lol
oh well here is what i have:
skied wildcat sat and sun over 4ft of snow from the storm and 0 rain. got lost in the "backcountry" of wildcat aka Thompson's Brook for over 4 hours. started out alone at around noon, made a wrong turn and was along for 2 hours. them found 3 skiers who were also lost and then realized that 4 other people where following my track. we weren't as much lost as we were "this is going to take a long time to get out of." ended up getting out at around 4:45 with a total of 11 people and bumping into ski patrol who were looking for 5 of us while we where walking back through the parking lot. Epic weekend of deep snow though