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tribute thread to the loved ones who rip

post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 
yeah that's right - what would a ski day be without having those special times to share with the ones you love

mrs enick is my bestest best ski buddy and a wonderful wife and mother to boot and i think there isn't any harm in trouncing on a little bandwidth to share the thought with a few pictures you should too

mrs enick wouldn't be happy unless we were rippin bumps and trees and steeps all day long because groomers are just a way to get back to the lift if they happen to be in between the last bump and the next chair then they serve a purpose but she gets frustrated because shes really light and doesn't glide as well as enick cause i'm a fatty fatty boombaladdy compared to her and that's okay until my cycling racing team mates see that i'm not in race shape then i get hell.

i'm talking about friends lovers children and the guy you just met on the lift who is pretty darn nice too.

here's mrs enick and our little ebaby she's too little to ski right now but she really likes it when i haul her around the nordic center or take her for a run or a bike ride in her special little trailer jogger dealio and when i do she likes to sing and i think that she is ripping in her own little baby way alright okay thanks for looking



post #2 of 16
Thread Starter 
uh oh ...no other ripping loved ones so far... very sad
post #3 of 16
Okay, I'll play....

Mrs. GM

post #4 of 16
Mrs. Ullr

post #5 of 16
If there's one thing that Mrs. Pousaune (not really Mrs., but might as well be) hates, it's groomers. I knew I was falling in love big time when I learned that.
post #6 of 16
Mrs. Racer... (age 37 in this photo... She's still got it!)



She's not just a racer either...

Tower 3:



Rock Springs Bowl

post #7 of 16
Ooops, forgot about lil Ullr (age 8 at the time).

post #8 of 16
Thread Starter 
thanks for playing nice pics too
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post #10 of 16

and off the slopes

post #11 of 16

Here is 3 generations in my family. In laws are some of our best ski buds and they plan to ski their age in days every year.
post #12 of 16
I'm proud (of course) of my children.

My oldest graduated from Marlboro College in Vermont, but never caught the skiing bug . Oh, well; she graduated before her 21st birthday .

My second daughter is the jock in the family. Her soccer accomplishments are solid, including State & Regional Champions in 8th grade.
She also was Captain & voted MVP as the leader of City Champ Lincoln Park Lions Soccer Team during High School.
She now attends Northwestern University.

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She doesn't let her geographic limitation keep her from rippin' it.
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post #13 of 16
No pictures here, just a tribute as requested.

In 2001 I met a woman who I am still with. She was a part time ski instructor who had skied Tuckerman's. A beautiful skier. I was a struggling Intermediate skier who in 10 years of skiing still only skied well in hero snow.

I soon realized that spending the money to bring her to Colorado was no fun if I couldn't ski with her. I decided to dedicate myself to improving. To becoming a "good" skier. On various types of terrain.

My mission - 5 years, over 250 days total, some instruction, joined PSIA last year, clinics.

Mission accomplished. Now on to mission two.

Thank you my love for your inspiration and your companionship.
post #14 of 16
Mr. Altanaut.
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post #15 of 16
Nice thread.

Carbo, she's hot!

Myself and my Powder Queen http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j7.../LarsMarth.jpg

Ya, that's an apreski smile
post #16 of 16
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SkiMangoJazz View Post
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In 2001 I met a woman who I am still with...snip...Thank you my love for your inspiration and your companionship.
very nice story ...the love of a woman is a powerful thing imo
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