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Feb 26-27, 2014, Sasse Ridge
« on: 03/01/14, 06:04 PM »

Maybe a little report later, but a few pics from the recent trip with Jane.

http://1drv.ms/1fyZfI8

Besides, if a picture is worth a thousand words, it will take me a while to match what's in the link.

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Re: Feb 26-27, 2014, Sasse Ridge
« Reply #1 on: 03/01/14, 07:57 PM »

Thanks for the pics Lar, my cellphone doesn't do as well as your camera. Even though this trip didn't have any to die for turns in it, it was special to be out in classic mid winter scenery. Love going up that way for all the snow and moss on the trees. The depth in the woods was probably half that of the open areas. Just glad to be snug in my tent before the snow bombs really started to fall. On the way back out down the road the trap crust was really impressive - maybe an inch thick in places. Got in enough turns with some TAYers at Crystal on Friday. Was stopped by a fellow who spotted my Trabs and claimed to be the one who first brought our Dynafit bindings to this country. Said they were developed by his friend in Europe in 1989. Didn't get his name - anyone know who that was? Three of us were on these bindings, so we told him he did a good job.
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