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On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 15:51:45 -0500, Evan Osler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I forwarded my Mansfield report from 3-19 to my 59-year old mom, and she
> replied in kind.
>
> Too funny. I just need to let her know its "reebs" and not "sreeb". A new
> skivittler, perhaps?
>
> -Evan
>
> --
>
> "Pumped and ready at 6:45 am, we arrived at Bear to take on Outer Limits
> in all its early morning glory. Blue skies overhead; not a cloud in the
> sky at 8:10 when we stood atop Bear and peered at the whites and greens in
> the distance. First run, fast and flat, but oh, so satisfying. We knew we
> would return later to soft and bumpy. We weren't disappointed. Our before-
> lunch run brought more challenges – OL with more unpredictable bumps. Then
> lunch on the deck, sun blazing (no sreeb); spf 15 was a must. By the time
> we had torn through most of the trails on Bear and Skye and were ready to
> tackle OL one last time, we were pooped but psyched. Our last run
> challenged all the power in the spring powder we could muster. We took it
> on, and we won. No falls, no garage sales, just hops and turns from top to
> bottom. We were two bad-(dessa) fogies, all right. With the scent of
> chocolate-topped waffles and dead cow flesh in our nostrils, we departed,
> exhausted but elated. After a brief refueling at the combo Mobil/DD
> (eeffoc), we were off, smiling and planning our next confrontation with
> the mountain."

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