Joined: Thu Dec 02, 2004 4:26 pm Posts: 411 Location: S.F. Bay Area
Well, I generally switch full time to beach volleyball, but that wasn't on the list. The gear list would be small (bathing suit, t-shirt sometimes, and a ball), but a good photo trip report of an average day at the beach watching the women's division would probably go over okay here...
Anyway, I picked hiking. Seems to fill in the gaps between seasons just fine...
Joined: Tue Feb 26, 2008 6:27 pm Posts: 582 Location: South Lake Tahoe
Yea no watersports? I like to pee in the water just as much as snow. Definitly put water rafting/ kayaking/beach girl scamming on there... I voted for sk8n and hiking +1 for short shorts and gotta bring the cute lady lure pup to the water
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Joined: Mon Mar 05, 2012 9:20 am Posts: 257 Location: a mile high COLORADO
wasatch you sound like me, IM here in colorado and my summer consists of one day a month on any snow I can find and CLIFF JUMPING!!! that snow has to melt and go somewhere!! gear required is easy--a 100ft rope(marked every 10ft) to check height of jump and depth of water and a swimsuit/towell. Sometimes a wetsuit top for when Im trying to get nasty and do big doubles or dare I say a triple flip!!?? (damn you mike wilson) yeah thats the goal this season!!! usually I have to hike to get to these spots so thats the workout side of it.. all of that with lots of and