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I didn’t hit rails, I didn’t spin, didn't hit big lines or drops... but I did come back during the season I was told I was not going to get to ski in. I had torn my acl/meniscus April 2018 and missed most of the next season. I drove back to Boston for the summer and fall to have surgery (by the same surgeon who does all of Boston's major sports teams)(((worth going back east for))) and completed the bulk of my PT at MGH and came back to CO and back to skiing during the big storm of March 2019. Luckily Colorado had a great snow season and I was able to keep it going well into summer thanks to Abasin and being in the best shape of my life from PT which brought on lots of hiking. This edit is mostly post-season BC, late abay days, choppy summer skiing and dog laps...Oh and some good times with the people who I had to struggle see shredding all season while working at the mountain but still encouraged me to work harder to get back sooner to shred with them, and that paid off. It was a hard fought victory when I first got back on skis after being told to hang them up for the season. Thanks to all that still made it an unforgettable season.
Entire season skied on the same Armada Ar7s
Evol December & Duccbod: Your Face
Balue: Man in the Sixties