So yesterday I was at northstar. My brother and I thought we'd do a run on moonshine (the biggest jumps). Northstar is my home mountian and I've hit those jumps plenty of times, but I hadn't be there in a few weeks and they had rebuilt and moved the jumps. I got to be the guinea pig. I wanted to make sure that I did deck out, so I pretty much striaght lined it (a few carves) from the last box before the first jump (flat down box with stairs around it). The last thing I remember was being up in the air knowing that I had overshot. I woke up to my brother (emt trained) checking me out. I slowly came to, my leg hurt worse than anything, but I could stand so we skied down. Went into ski patrol to see if they had a sheet for concuscions, but wasn't planning on being treated. They ended up taking me in. After intial x-rays on my neck and leg they put me in a c-collar. The x-rays were inconclusive so they called an ambulance to transport me to the truckee er. Put me on the backboard, taped down my head, the whole deal. I had more x-rays, they were all negative, and a cat-scan to check my head out. Everything checked out good, so after 5 hours in a c-collar (super uncomfortable) I was released with just a sore neck, leg and a concuscion. I don't even have a head ache, I'm not on medication, perfectly fine. But it could have been much worse. Moral of the story, always ski by a jump before you hit it. We had hit this jump several times this season and even had spotters, but I misjudged. Sorry about the length.