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Sidecountry Doesn't Suck

post #1 of 9
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Last week a small storm dropped a foot on Kirkwood Tuesday night and continued to add a few additional inches each day through the end of the week.  I had the pleasure of skiing past the ropes for the first time ever with an awesome group of people.  The pictures tell the story.  The first four are in-bounds on Wednesday and Friday during the storm, the rest are from bluebird Saturday and beyond the ropes.  I'm in the blue jacket with plaid backpack.  The last picture is from the top of my first ever out-of-bounds run.















Edited by thefrush - 4/14/2009 at 06:21 pm GMT
post #2 of 9

Sweet shots! 

So is that last shot dropping into West Shore?

It has been a long time since I've been there, but it looks familiar.


post #3 of 9

Where are all the Temple of Doom pics?

post #4 of 9

Wow, that last pic is incredible.  Nicely done! 

post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post

Where are all the Temple of Doom pics?


I hate adding pics on this forum software, really tedious, but I added a few of the good ones.

post #6 of 9

I agree...it is tedious.


Speaking of tedious...I'm still reviewing the helmet cam footage from this day

post #7 of 9

Really nicely done!  It looks like a major score of the real goods. Very beautiful shots.  The last pic looks like a perfect advertisement for why people should have backcountry gear.

post #8 of 9

No doubt!  Sweet shotsThumbs Up

post #9 of 9

Thanks to Tyrone and thefrush for bringing it to our attention, we have found a way to alleviate the tedium of uploading photo albums to trip reports: http://www.epicski.com/wiki/epicski-image-and-video-tutorial#user_addimages3


Embed Whole Albums from Photobucket


If you have already uploaded an album to Photobucket.com, you can easily embed the whole album in a forum post or wiki article using "Source" mode. Just as Photobucket creates [IMG] tags for embedding images in vBulletin, they also create HTML tags that work on the Huddler platform.


  1. Scroll to the bottom of your album, click "Select All" on the left hand side, then click the "Generate HTML and IMG code" button
  2. On the next page, you can select whether you'd like to embed individual thumbnails, or the full size images. Most often, you will use the code under the heading "HTML images for Ebay, Livejournal, MySpace, etc."
  3. Copy the appropriate code, then in the Huddler text editor, click the "Source" button at the top left. This will enable you to view the underlying HTML. Paste the Photobucket generated code into Source mode, then click the "Source" button again to return to the editor and VOILA - your album is there.


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