Post subject: Re: Silverton Splitfest 2012 Photo Thread
Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2012 3:42 pm
Joined: Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:41 pm Posts: 43 Location: Santa Fe New Mexico
Thanks everyone, for a super fun first run, at the Silverton Splitfest! Looking forward to putting the poster together for next year....got some sik reference material over the week I was shredding around S San Juans with different folks. It snowed 15" in Taos the day I got back home too NM, so Im still getting shreddy., but will post some pics as soon as I weed through the 500+ images I took. Thanks again to everyone who made this such a special event
Finally uploading some of mine. Yeah, not always the prompt one, this kid.
"Now everyone, whip yours out and let's compare sizes." -Jim Donovan, Silverton Avalanche school
Barrows, Jacob, and Brad skinning up South Lookout
Barrows and Brad climbing the top bit
Me skinning back out to Ophir Pass Road. I just liked this picture, very Silverton
Jacob preparing to rap into Wiley Coyote atop Kendall, Brad supervising.
Standing on top of the coulee
Silverton from top of Kendall
The view from the Quito House
Jacob shredding Kendall Mountain Resort. Very hardcore, very technical.
All in all a righteous time. Huge thanks to John and Jason for pulling everything together. I can't wait for next year, and I definitely hope to see some of you before then.
It's always been a hard thing for me to participate in an online community like this without knowing any of the other users in real life, so it was great to get to meet so many all at once. So thanks to everyone who participated and brought the loving vibe to share.
_________________ "I'm not in it for the solitude. I'm not in it for the pow. I'm in the backcountry for the chicks." -skierconqueso
I cant compete with all the great photos and lines you guys have posted. I will instead do what I'm good at... a little levity
The usual suspects, John, Jacob, Jeremiah Jingleheimer Schmidt y Pedro
The inspiration for the painting
Anvil's big-old avy path...
Shenanigans on South Mineral road, If only we had waited 2 hours the road would have been plowed...
Red Mtn sub-peak was a reprieve from our early morning snafu
Waist deep corn anyone?
Eddy in front of some of the cool mining remains
Coolest Tele-er ever, with his sweet Herminator helmet
Reflection "shaka-bra" self portrait
If I ever dont make it back one day, please erect something like this for me.
All the beer was drank, good work people!
Last day riding Chattanooga without a shirt, and it was delightful!
Big thanks to John & Jason for all the hard work. Thanks to all the sponsors and especially Lisa and Clem with Venture, BTW the Odin is sick! Thanks to everyone who showed up, great people great vibe. I hope to you all next year!
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