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Not in architecture, but getting not just the Masters, but also three Certificates in related studies, all squeezed into two years. It's been brutal. And since to finance it she's been doing teaching and research, that's just more piled on.

Not sure how I missed this thread back in April, but wow.  Your daughter is a 'go getter' !

 

Sounds like she's having a good time with the new set up.  
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Not in architecture, but getting not just the Masters, but also three Certificates in related studies, all squeezed into two years. It's been brutal. And since to finance it she's been doing teaching and research, that's just more piled on.
Not sure how I missed this thread back in April, but wow.  Your daughter is a 'go getter' !


Her set up includes Nordica Nemesis skis from the blems sale!

Twelve hour tour. Lots of adventure.
Edited by sibhusky - 6/3/14 at 12:20pm
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Glad to see she ended up on Dynafit. Everyone eventually does. Waste of money to start with something else.

Pro-tip: don't use skin savers and don't fold the skins glue-to-glue. Roll the skins up, skin-to-glue, starting at the tail. I still have no clue why everyone stores their skins glue-to-glue. Of course they're hard to pull apart, that way!
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Doesn't it rip the fuzz off?

Also read that if you are in the field, you need to avoid getting the glue wet and giving it time to work in as this will make it stop working. Seems like the fuzzy side would retain the moisture more?
Edited by sibhusky - 6/3/14 at 9:03am
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Rolling has never appealed to me because I worry about contamination issues and I think skins are a lot easier to stash when they're folded, but I don't have any problem with glue to glue, so that's what I do.

 

But then there's this approach:

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