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post #32 of 53
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A new Ski Tote.

Got one of those, might show it to you, sometime.
post #33 of 53
New ski boots, but the ones that fit are no longer red and black, but almost Lange blue.

Color clash, Gold skis, lithe blue boots, black pants, red/black jacket(forest green/dark grey if really cold. Dark blue helmet.:
post #34 of 53
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I think he might prefer trekdude or perhaps trekbro to use the parlance of our times.

How about Treked on.
post #35 of 53
A freestyle ski clinic. I really need one.
post #36 of 53
a hardcase for those trips where I need more than one pair of sticks
post #37 of 53
A house walking distance to the ski lifts! (Our current 2 1/2 hour drive to the ski hill really really SUCKS!)
post #38 of 53
A season pass to Stowe!

(and a fast car to get there -- actually, a set of snow tires will do)
post #39 of 53
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How about Treked on.
I like the way you think!!!


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A season pass to Stowe!

(and a fast car to get there -- actually, a set of snow tires will do)
Those were some pretty epic conditions we experienced, huh?
You should check out Marcusfires idea to go back up for a gathering in February!
post #40 of 53
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You should check out Marcusfires idea to go back up for a gathering in February!
: I guess I don't know anything about that...
post #41 of 53
A day trip -- I am lobbying my wife to head out to the slopes for 4-5 hours after we have breakfast on Christmas morning! So far it looks like a go...
post #42 of 53
Avy gear please
post #43 of 53
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by at_nyc View Post
A season pass to Stowe!

(and a fast car to get there -- actually, a set of snow tires will do)
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
I like the way you think!!!



Those were some pretty epic conditions we experienced, huh?
You should check out Marcusfires idea to go back up for a gathering in February!
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: I guess I don't know anything about that...
Check this out!
http://forums.epicski.com/showthread.php?t=63777
post #44 of 53
Uninterrupted health. When it flags, no other ski equipment matters.

Also, I'd like to stop waiting for the bindings to be mounted on my new Head iM Moster 78's - it's been a long time waiting.
post #45 of 53
Two weeks of heli-skiing west and north.
post #46 of 53
a 2 week paid for trip to the park hyatt in beaver creek with lift tickets for vail and bc for myself and my Inna.
post #47 of 53
One week (I'm not greedy), of heli-skiing at Mike Weigle's.

If the $10K is a problem for you who love me (you're legion), I'll settle for a couple days cat-skiing at Monarch or Independence Bowl.
post #48 of 53
Some actual ability to ski would do it for me, but barring that I'd like a record season snowfall world wide.
post #49 of 53
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Oh.

Mid-week. Too bad.
post #50 of 53
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Uninterrupted health. When it flags, no other ski equipment matters.
Right!

So Santa, forget about the season pass, just give me a new pair of legs that knows how to control the skis and never get tired.
post #51 of 53
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Uninterrupted health. When it flags, no other ski equipment matters.
YES!

I already have some 200cm Igneous FFF's ordered that should be ready soon.

I am just hoping that Santa helps me get over my pneumonia or whatever I have so I actually have the strength to drive a ski like this.
post #52 of 53
4 days at the hill, over New Year's Eve.
Thanks Santa!
post #53 of 53
And she got new Ski Jacket and Pants, slik undergloves and wool hat.
Tomorrow we're heading up to the hill. She is going to learn to ski, and since she was a continental-class inline speed skate racer I expect her to make the connection fast and have a quick skill transfer from one sport to the other, given the similarities. Only thing I "fear" it's cold weather (she positively hates it).
Prickly, we're coming...
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