IOW - you better not have been picking on him!!!


On Sun, Feb 2, 2014 at 4:35 AM, Matt Duffy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Ok... I'm nervous.... would you categorize his actions as, well, "tele'ing" in the same way we'd categorize yours as, well,  "snowboarding"? 


On Sun, Feb 2, 2014 at 1:44 AM, Eric Morton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Met telenaut at the airport and drove up to Steamboat Springs together on Friday night. I-70WB opened up (after a long closure to a police involved shooting).

In late, so we started a bit late on Satuday, but still a respectful gondola load before 10:30am. Snow was classic Steamboat Champagne Powder(R). While much had been tracked out by the time we got into the click, we still found fresh pockets of powder until the end. I was snowboarding, telenaut was, well, tele'ing. My muscle memory was not so hot on the snowboarding and got exhausted quickly.

Lots of low-angle aspen glades were on the agenda. Crowds were reasonable - even though they were into their overflow lot for only the third time this year, we never really waited for long. Once the powderhounds were finished, the place emptied out.

Picked up LaSH from the Hayden airport just a few hours ago. Tomorrow is scheduled to be a bluebird day.

Eric
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