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          These are phenomenal pictures! Thank you for sharing these. This season was mostly a missed one for me. I'm still hoping to make some turns in late April and May, but in the meantime I sure appreciate looking at these and daydreaming about next season.

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            I hate to say it Iain, but nice picts. Brings back memories of Deer Mtn., right?
            Vegetables arenít food, vegetables are what food eats.

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              Originally posted by Brian M View Post
              These are phenomenal pictures! Thank you for sharing these. This season was mostly a missed one for me. I'm still hoping to make some turns in late April and May, but in the meantime I sure appreciate looking at these and daydreaming about next season.
              Muzzyman said you were looking for ski partners, I'm gearing up for finals week, and fishing season, but I'm sure he and I will be out a few times in the next month or so. Got LOTS more pictures too, but posting them with the 4 photo limit gets tedious.
              Originally posted by kingfisherktn View Post
              I hate to say it Iain, but nice picts. Brings back memories of Deer Mtn., right?

              I'm sure that was painful. So thank you. Speaking of Deer Mt. ...




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                  Some more Turny pics (courtesy Muzzyman)






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                    More of mine:






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                    • #11
                      Do you like the G3 bindings? I really like mine a lot but I'm finding one issue with them that worries me. In the right snow conditions it seems that snow packs under the front release, you know, the part you push down with your ski pole to open the pins, which wont allow them to release unless I stomp then try again. I wonder if that might not allow a release in a fall if the snow is packed in there. That hasn't stopped me from using them though as I never break out any of my old boards with Fritschies anymore.

                      Nice pics! Looks like a gorgeous day in the BC.
                      If anything is going to happen, it'll happen out there.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by mmusashi2k View Post
                        Do you like the G3 bindings? I really like mine a lot but I'm finding one issue with them that worries me. In the right snow conditions it seems that snow packs under the front release, you know, the part you push down with your ski pole to open the pins, which wont allow them to release unless I stomp then try again. I wonder if that might not allow a release in a fall if the snow is packed in there. That hasn't stopped me from using them though as I never break out any of my old boards with Fritschies anymore.

                        Nice pics! Looks like a gorgeous day in the BC.
                        I really do like the onyx. Struggled with binding choices for while, wanting dynafits but hating them at the same time.. Like the new marker tours, but problems with them too. Went with the onyx and think I made the right choice. DIN 12 for this years model rocks. I'm 200# + easy, skiing megawatts pretty hard, and they have taken everything I can throw at them. I like the plate mount, I like the heel lifters and how easy it is to change them on the fly, I like stepping in and stepping out. They are just so user friendly that they make skiing fun and painless, atleast when it comes to bindings. Haven't had any issues with snow packing in the front of mine. Mine have only released when they should.

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                        • #13
                          Outstanding photos, what a blast that musta been

                          thanks for gettin' us dreaming, some more
                          Ten Hours in that little raft off the AK peninsula, blowin' NW 60, in November.... "the Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue," and Yes, God is Good !

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                            I am not against the flippin kenai, since I cannot but suspect it keeps armies of the unworthy from discovering every other stream... ~Paul O'Neil~/~Wyo2AK~

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                              I am not against the flippin kenai, since I cannot but suspect it keeps armies of the unworthy from discovering every other stream... ~Paul O'Neil~/~Wyo2AK~

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