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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:50 am 
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Thanks bcr...I would of had a similar shot of you but you came thru to fast! :D


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SIC TR!!!!

I need to move......

Any Teaching jobs out there? :D

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Affix-You shouldn't have any trouble getting a teaching job but you'll definetly pay more for housing. I'm probable biased, being a Californian native and all, but it's worth the high cost of living. Last weekend when those guys were killing those amazing lines, I was near the beach mountain biking sick redwood forest singletrack. There's been many a weekend I've mtb/surfed on Sat., gone to a concert Sat. night in SF, and boarded on Sun.


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affix,

what grade do you teach? My wife is a teacher and I can ask her to keep here ears open.

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sweet TR and pics guys. I was only able to grab few god pics but here they are.

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BCR ripping the longest pitch of the day

Image mcpheet making his own bit of painting

great trip, how did sunday go? We found some great pow on the N side of Red Lake Peak and a bit of mank too


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cool pics MT.

Sunday was fun (new line) but the snow was getting cooked.
We probably would have got better snow with you but with the early morning snow flurries, having a closer drive, and being tired from Saturday we pulled the plug.

How did the car shuttle work out? Thumbed it?


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bcrider wrote:
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what grade do you teach? My wife is a teacher and I can ask her to keep here ears open.

chris


I teach 7-12grades....Social Studies. That would be sweet if she could keep an ear out! Thanx!

Ecobrad......i heard stuff was expensive, but what we talkin for rent? Just curious....Oh, and mtn biking through redwoods, im salivating! So sweet!

I might be bangin down your doors guys!!!!

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Rents in ca can differ greatly by region. I'm not sure the kinda of place your looking for but I'll give you super ruff estimates on a two bedroom 1.5 bath kinda place. Rember you generally make more here as well. My sister teaches 1st grade and makes ~55-60k

Tahoe (20 minutes to trailhead)-$1,000 (tougher to find work)
Sac./foothill area (3/4-2 hours to 7-8k feet)-$1,000
SF Bay Area/Santa Cruz (3-3.5 hours to 7-8k feet)-$1,500
Central Valley/foothills (1-2 hrs to 7-8k feet)-$800

I'm not sure about LA rents. If I could find a job and convince my wife, I'd move to the eastside of the Sierra in a heartbeat. Not crowded and relatively cheap. Check it out.

Dude, mtb in the redwoods is the shit. One of the trails I ride often is appropriately named Ewok Village.


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is it just my CPU or cant anyone veiw the rest of this thread.....?

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affix,
some of the old threads are a little jacked.

http://www.splitboard.net/talk/viewtopic.php?t=306


Hopefully we can restore them. :)


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check out page one of this same thread...its fine :?


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OK.......Cool.

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 Post subject: Ralston-Echo 3/26
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Headed out for a Ralston-Echo run this morning, not expecting it to heat up so quickly. Hike up was a pain, and the south facing ramp up Ralston crapped out by 9:30 or so, slowing us down a bunch. Some *huge* slabs along the north face of the Ralston ridge that looked a few days old, but we still played it safe. Hike up Echo was even worse, with sun beating down and iceballs falling from the trees. Snow was variable off ralston, with some good stuff up high quickly getting heavy. Met up with another crew atop echo and rode some more heavy stuff on the northeast face.


rough hike up the steep slop of Ralston
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karl showing off the goods
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pillow run!
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karl getting ready to drop
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roman hopping over some cookies
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looking back at ralston. if you look closely you can see a crown underneath the peak above the rock band, as well as in the upper left of the photo (older, covered slide)
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