Halloween Hiking

By:  Sam
October 30, 2008


First, a week old picture of Allen slaying the steeps at K-mart – 
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These last two days have been incredible at Stowe. Two nights ago we got a 5-8in base of super thick wind blown snow followed by a light layer of pow last night.

Views from the top early wednesday morning.
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“Allen, you ready to ski or what?”
“Hold on I just need to call my broker real quick….”
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Eric, getting his in the early morning light.
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This is proof of the existence of the rarely seen arctic hermit-crab. Arctic hermit-crabs are known for the way they cary all their worldly possessions with them on their backs in an attempt to be ready for anything.
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Virgin Nosedive wednesday morning.
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Faking the funk.
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….a little too hard.
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Greg insisted on skiing this line
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It seemed like a bad idea at first. Then he hit this pocket and vanished.
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He really looks like he’s actually skipping through a meadow here:
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Best Halloween ever.
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Greg doing his best to avoid a shark bite:
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Avoided one here too:
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This one got him though and produced the dreaded insta-tele and heel release combo and also, probably a nasty bruise.
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Yours truly.
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Opening it up a little on liftline.
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EDIT – 2 that Greg took:
me

allen

Well, it was an ok time, I guess.

Seriously though, go skiing.

Sam


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