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PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:59 pm 
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Mad respect! I've climbed that mountain...in the summer. It was burley! Winter?! Nice tour. Great pics.

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SF - For trips that involve climbing, I'm now using Vasque Ice 9000 boots. I love them, but unfortunately they're a bit too large (purchased on ebay). This makes the turns less precise than I would like and I have to retie them frequently. However, my feet have yet to get cold in them, which is a huge bonus. Bindings are some old Burton Missions that are probably due to be replaced, which probably won't happen anytime soon ($$$).


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good shit nomad!


thanks for sharing! 8)


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Excellent Nomad. Matt and I were thinking about the Grand on the same day, but bailed because we figured it would be crowded up there. Guess we were right. Super sweet pics and good hooking up with you on Teton Pass. Not long before the fest!

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oh come on! there has to be some riding out there. even i'm finding some pow off lifts. don't tell me the east is doing better.

well, nice pics and grueling looking tours...as always.

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Great stuff!

Makes me want to ride the grand even more, I read Steves TR over at tetonat.com today too. Cedar mountain looks so inviting from Big Sky, but I've never talked myself into the approach.

I think I'm going mountain biking today though, it's turned to spring already here apparently.

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