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Nope.

I'm pretty sure that you didn't.  Pucker factor is comparable if not
more than Three Cliffs.

On Feb 7, 2008 10:40 AM, Jumpin_Jimmy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Well, I think maybe we did, according to my Guide.
>
> Does it have an old sign with the letters worn off dangling from a tree above it?
>
>
> On Thu, 7 Feb 2008 09:31:18 -0500, Matthew Kulas <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>
>
> >That's "Three Cliffs."
> >
> >You've never skied that before?  And you were a shareholder?  Wow!
> >
> >I guarantee that you didn't ski Tentacle.
> >
> >--Matt K.
> >
> >On Feb 7, 2008 6:07 AM, Jumpin_Jimmy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >> After the mayhem and confusion of the morning, I found myself riding the
> fabled Single
> >> Chair into a serene world of fresh snow, steep terrain, and few skiers.
> Folowing my first run
> >> solo (Chute) I found myself in the company of a certain Mr. Mad River, who
> gleefully led me
> >> on a seek and destroy mission through various woods shots.
> >>
> >> Memories began to come back of skiing with other MRG heroes through
> these woods, and I
> >> instructed my guide to take me to all their favorite lines. I wanted the
> various "Mr. Mad
> >> Rivers" to see my frozen tracks, and think of me as they said to
> themselves, " who was
> >> skiing my line?"
> >>
> >> First, we skied some runs through a signature line (Dave Bouchard/Shitbox
> Woods) making
> >> sure to track it up. Somewhere near there, we diced through a woods shot
> I know Ranger
> >> Renson loves to ski on the other side of the Single (sorry Mahhk!)
> >>
> >> Then I said, "how about some golf?" And off we went, finding some sweet
> snow in places
> >> only Todd Fisher haunts (hope you don't mind, Todd). At the bottom of
> that run, my Guide
> >> and I stopped to talk to a very friendly Brian Mohr (certainly a contender
> for Mr. Mad River!)
> >> who was having a good day on the Mountain and was kind enough to invite
> me up on the
> >> West side later this week. I hope he come back to the list, BTW!
> >>
> >> Then it was on to various wood shot I know Wesley likes. I don't have time
> now to describe
> >> exactly where they are, but as Wes says, "there are no secrets at MRG!"
> So wait for a later
> >> post. I am sure he wouldn't mind.
> >>
> >> During this whole time, I was over confidently yelling out things like "I am a
> rock star!" and
> >> "We are rocking this place!" since I was having so much fun. My guide, Mr.
> Mad River, said to
> >> me in response, "Want to ski Triple Cliffs?"
> >>
> >> Having never heard of that run, I arrogantly said, "Bring it on!" Which was a
> mistake--MRG
> >> always humbles the arrogant--and it was my turn, I guess. Let's just say
> that I didn't think
> >> MRG had much exposed terrain before yesterday...the big drops I could
> manage fine, but
> >> that one cliffy thang over a no-fall that has a mandatory icy log slide that
> drops onto ice and
> >> pungis wigged me out--but somehow I made it down...with stains in my
> pants, yes, but at
> >> least I stayed on my skis. Yikes!
> >>
> >> After that, my knees were a bit weak, and I wasn't yelling "I am a rock
> star!" anymore. But
> >> of course, we run into another real Mr. Mad River, John Brownlee, who
> tours us out on a
> >> long, long round of golf. Despite the fatigue, my game came back, and I
> kept right on his
> >> skis, flying along, hooting and hollering all the way down, to a point way
> lower than I had
> >> skied before at MRG. It was a bit of a hike out, and I was cooked, and the
> day was over. I
> >> said pass on a last run with John, and my guide and I drank a reeb or two
> in the upper lot to
> >> celebrate. Good times...
> >>
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