I just got back from the local hill. It hasn't snowed there in I don't know how long, and there's no storms in the forecast. What's the first pic I come across when I get home? This one:
I'm so depressed
Then to add to the fun I came across these pics:
Red Bull Rampage 2008 was on last Saturday.Â Vids a little old but but some sick stuff.
As always TGR likes to send out not so subtle reminders that we all suck at anything that involves sliding on the snow. But do we complain? Hell no. We sit glued to our seats with a stupid grin on our face and watch over and over again till the disk breaks or it finally snow. Can't wait for this to come out.
TGR: Â Under the Influence
First off don't take that to literally. Â I ordered my new skis so expect to here a lot about my new babies this year. Â What did I get you might ask?
Black Diamond Megawatts
I cant wait till they get here. Â That way i can kick my wife out of bed so they have a good place to sleep. Â Well maybe i wont take it that far but expect them to at least have a place in the bed room and get good night kisses every night till the snow flies.
Found a great review on the web by noah howell.
check them out here.
Well at least that is what matchstick is saying. Â We will have to see but seeing that I personally think they had one of the best last year my hopes are high. Â But hey any film that involves whiskey, a snow saucer, an ice axe, and snow blades will always be good in my book.
The best part is that you'r going to gladly give it to them. As of yesterday Backcountry.com has started yet another deal a day site. Tramdock.com is focused on ski gear and with all the talk of another epic snow year we can all count on just lining up and handing over all that we have and maybe a bit more. Heck in just the process of writing this little post i have had to hold my self back from ordering a pair of goggles and a new pair of T-Race tele boots.
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