Pea Shootin’

The weekend warrior continues the fight.  Driving miles and disappearing dollars.  For this episode it was off to NVT with the day 30 crew minus the freakin’ porter rican.  It’s no canada but almost canada vermont can still serve up some good times, even if the upslope machine was only stuttering.

We rolled down the windows

and Chris framed up a nice scenic.

we puttered around lamenting how the mountain has gone corporate, while simultaneously wishing we could hit the water park.  Chalk it up to another #firstworldproblem.

I think the big picture take away from all over this is that I need to spend some time in Robbie’s Wildlife Refuge…

moving on…

Not quite ready for prime time, we warmed up on the more open slopes while the fog cleared out.

 

It’s time, let’s go pea shootin’

Apparently a small mandatory air and maximum hiking from either direction keep the entry untouched.  Unfortunately no said “GO HUGE.”  How’s your face?

Into the belly of the beast!

We slashed someone’s secret powder stash.

Scoping out the next section (aka what will chris convince max to do next)

Your results may vary, this time the plan panned out.

Emerging via the SPIIIICYness I did my best (not even close) Coombs impression, 80s photo quality and all.

We wubanged the peas out of that chute.

With plenty of time left in the day we took some pot shots.

Load’m up

and Shoot,

Fire,

Bombs Away!

Every good ski day, especially those bell to bell ski till you can’t walk days, must end with a flying tiger peaBR slam.

 

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4 Responses to Pea Shootin’

  1. christine says:

    I liked the ‘secret powder stash’ and the picture under the lift. I looks like it has been an awesome season.

  2. Ned says:

    I really like the shot showing the bottom of the skis. And the one of the Eiffel tower!

  3. persia says:

    sweet shots jacko……you make a man jealous 🙂

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