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Postby jack_daniels » 14 Dec 2005, 17:50

Iowa is one of the grasslands states if im not mistaken? i always assumed it was near the appalacians or something...
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Postby Theny » 15 Dec 2005, 08:20

jack_daniels wrote:Iowa is one of the grasslands states if im not mistaken? i always assumed it was near the appalacians or something...


Your grasp of U.S. geography is quite amazing __. :)
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Postby TheWolf » 15 Dec 2005, 18:02

jack_daniels wrote:Yea renting the equipment is cheaper.

This year they FINALLY got better ski boots. The old ones would clip on, then proceed to crush your feet. It was that tight. But the newer ones are snug, and fit perfectly. Good ski boots make all the difference.


The number on the back of the boot represents a size. Higher numbers means the boots are bigger, and will therefore allow your feet to have more room inside, which in turn prevents them from being crushed.
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Postby jack_daniels » 15 Dec 2005, 18:04

I know my friggin foot size WOLF. The guy even gave me boots that were my size, but when I put the clips on to fasten it, they were too damn tight. Even the guy there said they needed to replace them cuz they got so worn out.

The newer models they have at Blue Mountain, are comfortable, and plain awesome. It costs a bit more, but it's worth it.
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Postby TheWolf » 15 Dec 2005, 18:06

jack_daniels wrote:I know my friggin foot size WOLF. The guy even gave me boots that were my size, but when I put the clips on to fasten it, they were too damn tight. Even the guy there said they needed to replace them cuz they got so worn out.

The newer models they have at Blue Mountain, are comfortable, and plain awesome. It costs a bit more, but it's worth it.


I was goddamn kidding UNDERSCORE.
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Postby jack_daniels » 15 Dec 2005, 18:11

sometimes determining sarcasm over the internets is hard, wolf.
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Postby fatty » 17 Dec 2005, 00:24

I love snowboarding, but I haven't been in almost 6 years (holy fuck, has it been that long?). Now that I finally have a truck that will get me to the mountains, I may have to make a trip up to Snowbowl...or is BSM should organize a trip....

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Postby theken » 17 Dec 2005, 02:09

Well with a name like "fatty" I'd be shocked if they didn't.
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Postby Big Scary Monster » 17 Dec 2005, 14:36

I usually go up to sunrise, because it has 3 mountains and the snow is better. But right now, the snow still isn't good enough to even consider going. Monsterette snowboards... so if I organize a trip, you'd get to meet her as well.
Gregs Kite - Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:42 am: I bet he had an ARRGGGGGHHHHHRUGALA salad.

[Thu 12:05] jack_daniels: the big scar monster does whatever the big scary monster does. so i dont really care.
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Postby fatty » 17 Dec 2005, 17:19

Well, if you and your avatars can tear yourself away from tending to your craps, I'm down.
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Postby Big Scary Monster » 27 Dec 2005, 06:58

Going up to Durango with Monsterette today for 2 days of snowboarding. I am stoked.
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[Thu 12:05] jack_daniels: the big scar monster does whatever the big scary monster does. so i dont really care.
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Postby jack_daniels » 27 Dec 2005, 13:20

im going tomorrow to this place called Blue Mountain. it has relatively small terrain so it wont be that bad, however my ass is going to be red like rudolph's nose after all the times i will crash.
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Postby Theny » 27 Dec 2005, 13:23

jack_daniels wrote:im going tomorrow to this place called Brokeback Mountain....my ass is going to be red


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Postby jack_daniels » 27 Dec 2005, 13:24

Theny wrote:
jack_daniels wrote:im going tomorrow to this place called Brokeback Mountain....my ass is going to be red


:shock:


no.
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Postby Theny » 27 Dec 2005, 13:29

jack_daniels wrote:
Theny wrote:
jack_daniels wrote:im going tomorrow to this place called Brokeback Mountain....my ass is going to be red


:shock:


no.


Uh...yes?
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