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On Jan 11, 2012, at 10:26 AM, Matthew Kulas wrote:

> After picking up my custom-fit Townsend Premier brace on Monday, I  
> met up with Patrick H. last night to test out my new right ACL on  
> the slopes of the famed and mighty Mt. Wachusett.
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> We started out with the precipitous Ralph's Run and I had enough  
> confidence in my knee that I was able to straight-line some of the  
> narrower sections.  A successful first run under my belt, we gave  
> the heart-pounding Challenger a try--with Patrick taking a run in  
> the nasty GS that they had set for reeb league.  Perhaps a little  
> scared, but thirsting for more challenge, we moved over to the  
> stratospheric, summit-bound Polar Express lift.  From the dizzying  
> heights, we repeatedly tempted fate, and risked life and limb on  
> Smith Walton, Connifer Connection, & 10th Mountain.  The snow  
> surface was an outstanding loose granular.  The knee felt good,  
> especially when I opened it up a little, and tilted the SL skis up  
> on edge.  That said, it will probably be awhile before my  
> confidence in knee is completely restored.
>
> Patrick and I rewarded ourselves for our arduous efforts with  
> satisfying reebs at the Black Diamond Pub.
>
> It was good to finally be back on skis.
>
> --Matt K.
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