A Tale of Two-to-the-Two Chute Schusses
…the FIS get ready to do the schuss of chute two-to-the-two too!
But first we had to schuss some snowfields before we could get into chute two-to-the-two!
And this, kids, is why you may want to consider carrying (yes, CARRYING) a Burton Fish on your back , and snowshoe up the mountain when you may encounter variable snow conditions, instead of trying to make your splitboard do things it was never designed for:
Regardless of your opinion on that matter, we scooted down and across the the snowfield until we came to see her: Chute Two-to-the-Two!
Christian was present to do a snowboard-schuss-show of chute two-to-the-two. To be honest, watching his schuss-show reminded me of a particularly pensive point in Space and Time.
Regardless of my yarn, Christian was decided and sure, and showed me how you do a schuss of chute two-to-the-two!
Needless to say, I was impressed, and so as we climbed out, there was obviously but one utterance to be heard–free of superlative degrees of comparision, mind you–from the hero-of-schussing chute two-to-the-two:
“It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done;
“It is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known.”
Or maybe he meant: “a far, far better Dollar-Menu creation that I go to than I have ever known.” Yeah, I’m pretty sure that’s what he meant. Thanks for reading FIS!
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