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 Post subject: Christmas
PostPosted: Tue Dec 20, 2005 8:54 pm 
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So, Im bored like you wouldnt believe rite now... and as such Im starting a pointless thread. What sick nasty new gear/ toys are you going to/hoping to get for christmas this year.
1. New gogles... mine suck
2. New gloves... once again.. mine suck (and they stink like major ass).
3. MAYBE a digital video camera so I can make sweet videos. (but probably not).
I asked for some other shit but cant remember what it was rite now... guess we will wait and see. What are yall getting?
-Barret


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2005 6:58 am 
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Pissed off because I have the holiday thing going for the whole week im off and cant "get out there"


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 Post subject: SWEEEET
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2005 7:05 am 
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I got my christmas present early. A voile split 178 swallowtail! :D My wife rocks!!!! Only gotten to use it twice but it is AWESOME!

Have a great holiday and see yall in the back country!


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2005 8:02 am 
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1st and formost, im hoping for descent cover in the Adirondacks in upstate NY from 12/27-1/2...and the rest of the winter of course. As of now, things are looking to be good. Drew?

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-Mountain Hardwear Alchemy Softshell
-BD Sabertooth Crampons w/ ABS Plates
-New Ice Axe Leash
-New Thermals
-Digital Camera

***I bought myself a new Giro G10 MX Audio cause ive been a good boy.

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Now that I'm an old married guy w/ kids the recieving part of Christmas has kinda dissolved. I do get a gift or two and this year it's going to be some boot liners.

I even told my wife where to buy them :D

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 Post subject: Re: Christmas
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2005 8:47 am 
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Barret wrote:
What are yall getting?

Getting? :?

I'm not familiar with that term. Like eco said, it's all about the giving now…

My kids are so spoiled but what can you do? They are only kids once. :)

I'm hoping for a little christmas cash so I can get a helmet cam. :mrgreen:

Nice Xmas card affix. :P


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2005 9:20 am 
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I hope to recieve:

Ipod for those long unending approaches

however, I almost got skinned alive for purchasing my split kit and skins late last month so i suppose those ended up being my christmas gift.

Cheers

Oh yes lets get some more damn snow as well for christmas


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hmmm...I'm trying to squeeze it past the little lady but, does anyone besides myself think I deserve a snowmobile?

hmmm BRP Summit X 166" track or the all new Yamaha Apex GT?

:lol:


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mtnrider wrote:
hmmm...I'm trying to squeeze it past the little lady but, does anyone besides myself think I deserve a snowmobile?

hmmm BRP Summit X 166" track or the all new Yamaha Apex GT?


Hell yeah you deserve one. You've been such a dedicated father, shit, you haven't even left town for a split trip during the last few months. :D


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mtnrider wrote:
hmmm...I'm trying to squeeze it past the little lady but, does anyone besides myself think I deserve a snowmobile?

hmmm BRP Summit X 166" track or the all new Yamaha Apex GT?

:lol:


You've already got the truck for it too! :twisted:


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Ahhhhhh mtnrider-you said the key word "SUMMIT" those rides rock! Much vrrrrrrrrmmmmmm. Eco said you were dedicated...put it on the plastic! :D

I am getting a new baby for Christmas....BCrider way to call it....ouch...welcome to fatherhood I am finding out.

I feel like I am in the bucking chute waiting for the gait to open up and all hell to break loose...yep, we are supposed to have a baby girl. :shock:

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I've also been looking @ the MZX Renegade (much lower $$$) but you know I'd need the 1000cc, which is a little more of a hybrid sled. Do you think the Summit is too specialized? I'm definitely a motorhead but I'm not a dumb ass. I'd like to use it to establish bitchin' base camps for splitting and fun riding but I don't see much highmarking if any going on?

I might have a spot soon to visit outside Gardiner, MT.

keep your fingers crossed...

I had my baby last season...it's a little tough at first but I'm having tons of fun! ITS the BOMB!


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mtnrider-go with the "summit" if it is an option. That machine will be nothin' but love. You may not be using your sled to highmark, but you will want the power for powder and cruising up steep hills. I have never highmarked with my machine, but I have gone up a few crazy steep trails where I wished I had the power of a Summit. They are gat!

Thanks for the baby advice too. I am stoked. :D

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