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    Since I’m not going anywhere this weekend because of the crappy weather in California, I’m sitting around surfing forums.

    TGR has got some good TR’s up; gettin’ updates on Shasta in Ttips; and bomberonline has good some action goin’.

    Gotta get up to Hoodoo to check this collection out.

    John Dahl, I’m coming up next year to sample your long boards. 😀 Show me the pow.

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    Hoodoo is a cool place. Very low-key… I went there this past New Years Eve with some friends from Bend (shouldn’t have because of the dislocated shoulder a few days before, but what the hell…). They have night skiing and on that evening they stay open till midnight, even have a little fireworks show where they close down the lifts for half and hour and turn out the lights.

    I think that guy has Ecobrad’s board!

    Jon Dahl
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    Yea, I’ve got to go down there and check out that collection sometime. Another one for vintage boards is , Bryan has a large collection of oldys, and an assortment of longboards and alpine too. Got a 188 Nitro pow swallowtail to put you on if the snow hits us!

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    @jimw wrote:

    I think that guy has Ecobrad’s board!

    No way dude. I didn’t see any homemade dovetails splits.

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