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    Nice - when was this picture taken?
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    Brad if your talking to me it was last sat on seek the peak day. we took lions head up and tucks down. As you can see from my friend in the background 2 seconds later i was hit with a snowball!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendra4 View Post
    Brad if your talking to me it was last sat on seek the peak day. we took lions head up and tucks down. As you can see from my friend in the background 2 seconds later i was hit with a snowball!
    Ah, snowball fights in NH at the end of July. Lots of fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Ah, snowball fights in NH at the end of July. Lots of fun.
    Hurry though, my brother Heat Miser is about to take all the snow away.
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    This was the first time I ever climbed up on it. I boot skied down until I fell and finished with a butt slide right off the end into the talus. I think I might have scared a few people. I was in control the whole way. That's my story and I'm stickin' to it.

    Wish we had that on film!

    KDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    This was the first time I ever climbed up on it. I boot skied down until I fell and finished with a butt slide right off the end into the talus. I think I might have scared a few people. I was in control the whole way. That's my story and I'm stickin' to it.

    Wish we had that on film!

    KDT
    I'm sure that film could be auctioned off to raise a lot of money for STP '10
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