Jeff skiing is straight crack he should really drop more web edits. I could watch his skiing all day long he just gets so creative with all the taps and shit I just wanna go crazy, and kill myself for being such a bad skier compared to him.
I used to do drugs, i still do, but i used to too. -Mitch Hedberg
so when you say 36 hours at hood with surface, did they arrive at hood in the morning and ski for 36 hours straight, or were they there for 3 days skiing 12 hours each day, OR did they arrive at hood in the morning ski for 12 hours, sleep for 12 hours and then ski for 12 more hours and leave on the evening of the second day?
or what if they stayed there for 36 days skiing for 1 hour each day?
because when i stomp a trick i dont want to ride away, in my fitted, functional, appropriately sized jacket and pants, with their muted earthly color scheme to keep me blended in with the environment, while sipping a cup of chai tea from a cup and saucer, with Beethoven's third symphony playing softly from my headphones.-- pomme-de-terre
crazy like what? dumont is going to eat tj's kidneys? or tod waldorf will have a bipolar break down? these arent fun things to wish for. come on.-- Klick_2_klaim
I think before we can decipher this conundrum, we must establish several facts about what has actually occurred.
First, what exactly is skiing? Does time spent doing ski preparation, walking to and from lifts, eating lunch, etc., count towards ski hours logged?
Second, the thread title says the skiers went to "hod," when from the video we can clearly see that it takes place at Mt. Hood, OR. This mountain is a volcano, which could potentially lead to lava movement disrupting ski activity, as discussed in a previous thread.
The main issue at hand is the audacity of Jeff Kiesel's magnificent acrobatic ski-maneuvering ability. Is it possible that every time he does a tap on a box, their time at Hood starts over, and that therefore the Surface crew is on a never-ending trip?
Woah man, shit.
"i went on a four year drinking binge and woke up with a bachelor's degree" -drew.