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Old November 15th 04, 02:11 AM
Wayne Decker
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Mammoth inaugurated its super pipe at Main Lodge this weekend.---and held a
local's slope style competition. I stayed away from Broadway and
Thunderbound--headed for the less traveled areas. Apparently no one knew
chair 4 was running since I was almost alone on it. I even played a little
in South Park! A great weekend all in all. I hope you all did too!

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Old November 15th 04, 10:04 PM
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"Wayne Decker" wrote

Mammoth inaugurated its super pipe at Main Lodge this weekend.---and held a
local's slope style competition. I stayed away from Broadway and
Thunderbound--headed for the less traveled areas. Apparently no one knew
chair 4 was running since I was almost alone on it. I even played a little
in South Park! A great weekend all in all. I hope you all did too!


Yup, was well worth flying from Seattle to Reno and driving for 3 hours.


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Old November 16th 04, 01:29 AM
Wayne Decker
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Cool BTW I'm the fool dressed mostly in black--but with a Camelback
backpack and who sings to my tunes (I have *Tune-ups* on my Giro "9"
helmet.) while riding the lifts alone and while skiing. While crusing the
blues I usually don't use my poles--I typically hold them in my left hand.

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"Wayne Decker" wrote

Mammoth inaugurated its super pipe at Main Lodge this weekend.---and

held a
local's slope style competition. I stayed away from Broadway and
Thunderbound--headed for the less traveled areas. Apparently no one

knew
chair 4 was running since I was almost alone on it. I even played a

little
in South Park! A great weekend all in all. I hope you all did too!


Yup, was well worth flying from Seattle to Reno and driving for 3 hours.




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Old November 16th 04, 02:38 AM
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"Wayne Decker" wrote

Cool BTW I'm the fool dressed mostly in black--but with a Camelback
backpack and who sings to my tunes (I have *Tune-ups* on my Giro "9"
helmet.) while riding the lifts alone and while skiing. While crusing the
blues I usually don't use my poles--I typically hold them in my left hand.


You'll have to do better to be recognizable on the slope

There was a guy there yesterday in a formal felt hat, on
really short skis with no poles.


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Old November 18th 04, 07:24 PM
Sue
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In message [email protected]_s03, Dmitry
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"Wayne Decker" wrote

Cool BTW I'm the fool dressed mostly in black--but with a Camelback
backpack and who sings to my tunes (I have *Tune-ups* on my Giro "9"
helmet.) while riding the lifts alone and while skiing. While crusing the
blues I usually don't use my poles--I typically hold them in my left hand.


You'll have to do better to be recognizable on the slope

There was a guy there yesterday in a formal felt hat, on
really short skis with no poles.


That's a blader. How many of his necks had he broken?

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Old November 18th 04, 07:57 PM
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"Sue" wrote

There was a guy there yesterday in a formal felt hat, on
really short skis with no poles.


That's a blader. How many of his necks had he broken?


His neck looked quite healthy if a little red. He was ripping, actually.


 




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