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post #31 of 33
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Originally posted by BigE:
Thanks, what a nice offer! But my 334mm boot soles cannot accept.
Yeah, talk about boot-size sensitive. Ooof.

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Now that the kids are in weekend programs, the 24hrs of MSA has gone far out of reach -- and I so seriously wanted to do it -- even solo! I can't leave my eldest home, she is 7 and loves
MSA. I think she likes Le Massif even more...
She's good taste.
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There were several 10-12 year olds there, so not THAT far out of reach


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We're going there March 7-10, returning the 11th. I'm trying to convince the powers that be that a day at Sutton would be a nice stop on the way back...
Sutton AND the cheese shop in the village is open on Thursdays!
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BTW: what's a wedeln?
Short-swing butt-wagging "turns" in the fall line, low edge angle, low plan angle to fall line.

(Edited to say: time to bump on out of _this_ thread).
post #32 of 33
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Originally posted by BigE:
BTW: what's a wedeln?
Pefect Wedeln, by Ott Gangl!
post #33 of 33
Thanks for the link, cgeib! It looks like a very short braquage.

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My 7 year old is a fine Nancy Greene League racer. Going away only risks missing a start, or a whole weekend of training with the team; there are only 8 weekends. The powers that be frown on such disregard for pre-paid endeavours....

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