A Trifecta

By:  Greg
March 8, 2010

New York.
With our New Hampshire day out of the way, we proceeded on to New York. Originally the plan was for us to hit some of the North Country’s biggest game. However a certain member of the team missed his alarm, and pushed what was supposed to be a 5:30am departure back to a 7am departure. In light of our not-so-alpine-start we had to reel in our ambitions, and come up with something a bit more sensible and straightforward. A quick consultation with Mr. Haas’ Slide Guide to the ‘Dacks gave us a plethora of options. With a stiff wind out of the north east, but a strong March sun beating down, we picked a south facing slide, and had ourselves a grand Adirondack adventure.

Yours truly led the charge (photo: KC)

After years of banishment, this is the first season that the edict has been lifted and snowboarders are allowed in the Adirondacks. Christian was glad he could shred freely.

The views are OK over there.

The snow is OK too I guess.

Kristin decided to make dollar signs out of Christian’s turns… bwahaha

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  1. powhounddd
    wrote on March 8th, 2010 at 8:38 pm  

    That TR whoops!! Excellent! Good thing that instead of a cardboard sign it wasn’t a bear trap?!

    • christian
      wrote on March 8th, 2010 at 9:48 pm  

      amateurs…if it were my stash you better believe there would be bear traps. dang bloggers!

  2. Ben
    wrote on March 8th, 2010 at 9:29 pm  

    VT has some pretty serious slide paths…

    great shots as usual! this weekend was BEAUTIFUL!

  3. Doremite
    wrote on March 9th, 2010 at 11:01 am  

    Icelantic Skier was my guess.

  4. MadPatSki
    wrote on March 9th, 2010 at 2:26 pm  

    BWAHAHAHA!!! That’s not Vermont…it’s Quebec. :-)

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