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 It was a fun 6 months off, but now it's time to get back to the good stuff.  I have season passes to Loveland and the Colorado Pass (Breck, A-Basin, Keystone, Vail).

I sprained my bad ankle about a month ago, but I think I'm good to go now (we'll see once I try to get a ski boot on).  I'll probably head up to Loveland this weekend.

Spent the past 6 months really working on my guitar chops and made some great progress.  I'm even starting up a guitar accessories company.

Oh yeah - and I managed to lose almost 30 lbs. since the end of last season.  Looking forward to seeing what that does for my skiing this year.  In fact, I think that I'm in the best shape I've been in for a ski season in over 5 years.  I'm definitely ready to rip some good runs.
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Hope to see you out there again this year! 

Congrats on the loss.  No way I'll be able to keep up with you now!

What's up w/the pasta?
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My NFL season ended this past Sunday, So this year I don't have to worry about skiing past 1:00 on Sundays. Thank You Panthers!
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Hope to see you out there again this year! 

Congrats on the loss.  No way I'll be able to keep up with you now!

What's up w/the pasta?
What's up with the generic avatar?
post #5 of 12
 Hey Noodler.

Best of luck healing quickly. Congratulations on the guitar biz.

I'll be heading back your way a couple of times this season, and would love the chance to make some more turns with the new you.

Cheers.
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What's up with the generic avatar?
 
Well, would you believe that I kept it generic specifically so peeps wouldn't have to ask me what's up with it?
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 I know someone with special powers who can fix that 
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Got 3 inches on top of Silver last night and supposed to snow here at home tonight (2500 ft).  So maybe off to a start anyway.  Spent all day a week ago rearranging brush - Elk Enhancement Program - up on Lookout Pass, so getting ready.
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 The mountains are supposed to get slammed over the next 2 days so it's shaping up to be a great weekend to kick off my season.


And bumpfreaq - that aint't pasta - they're NOODLES 
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And bumpfreaq - that aint't pasta - they're NOODLES 

Doh!  Seems so obvious now.

Enjoy the snow!
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And bumpfreaq - that aint't pasta - they're NOODLES 
You'd think a fry cook like Bumpfreaq would know that, eh?
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Originally Posted by Noodler View Post

 It was a fun 6 months off, but now it's time to get back to the good stuff.  I have season passes to Loveland and the Colorado Pass (Breck, A-Basin, Keystone, Vail).

I sprained my bad ankle about a month ago, but I think I'm good to go now (we'll see once I try to get a ski boot on).  I'll probably head up to Loveland this weekend.

Spent the past 6 months really working on my guitar chops and made some great progress.  I'm even starting up a guitar accessories company.

Oh yeah - and I managed to lose almost 30 lbs. since the end of last season.  Looking forward to seeing what that does for my skiing this year.  In fact, I think that I'm in the best shape I've been in for a ski season in over 5 years.  I'm definitely ready to rip some good runs.
So great to hear this, Noodler! Perhaps we'll connect over a demo weekend or two, and then on into the season. At least I hope so... I'll be skiing at Copper this year, again, so let me know if you'd like to run up there once or twice this season. As usual, I plan to do most of my skiing midweek...
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