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He was probably from Wollongong.
I once ran into a kid on a chair and he was a full blown baggy panted US teen, stars & stripes, full on accent...
Yeah, I too skied for many years in the BC without a beacon because we never owned them.
Once I got my f1 it was always on, even in Australia,...
I never solo without a beacon. I do go out with the no beacon mindset but you never know when your beacon might save someone else's life.
Here's one for you that you might not have considered but I hear it a great Tele ski. The Atomic Backland.
Also getting great review from the...
Here's a great piece on backcountry skiing and avalanche risk.
I use these. I prefer the stonewash because it makes it look like I've done more days in them.
Try Rhythm or Snowbound in Chatswood. They'll send it to you.
Enough for one pair of skis.
The new Telemark boots are only 9 years old.
You ski OK @CarveMan but your wife skis better. Sorry.
She's a woman, what a stupid question:D
Soon, I hear.
I like this one, "People, not a fan".
That's directly across the road from my friends place. Lovely spot.
I have a constant battle with illogical fears daily. Not me but my wife suffers from anxiety, not so much now. Living with me has dulled her...
Based on your description of your husband, I would have immediately ruled out any skiing in either France or Austria. What were you thinking.:D;)...
We're close. He could turn 'em.
Depends how you've cellared it.
Only one way to tell. Cheers:redwine:
I skied with Clint in Aspen in 1990. I think he was wearing the same one piece shown above and the Raichles.
Have a look at this. You can't see first bomb, so check out the second of the two you can see. This would be a great video to share with a class...