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Originally Posted by Mike Aswell View Post



This is what I use. Two birds. One stone.
I don't think they sell those in Utah.
post #92 of 93
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Originally Posted by Johnnys Zoo View Post
He hit the ground hard, feet first, and bounced, he then spun around backward, his body parallel to the ground, and did a back bend around a tree.
Sounds like the skiers I saw when I skied back east.

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I was sure he would break his back. He was wearing a camelbak, and it absorbed the impact. The bladder did't break.
Well, if the bladder didn't break, then Id bet his back wouldn't have either (without it). Perhaps this person should put water in his camelback.
post #93 of 93
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Originally Posted by scaryfast View Post
Wearing my Camelback hiking, biking, or skiing was just second nature. Not that it really matters I'm still going to ski with it. I'm just curious.
Does it have duct tape one it, LOL?
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