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Norseman
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January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« on: 01/30/15, 09:19 PM »




--Short Vid of Nisq Ski--


Dudes shredding Der Fuhrer:




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altasnob
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Re: January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« Reply #1 on: 01/30/15, 09:57 PM »

Nice! Hoping for more of that tomorrow.
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Re: January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« Reply #2 on: 02/01/15, 01:28 PM »

Sick Photos.

I think thats rowan and crew on the finger.
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Re: January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« Reply #3 on: 02/01/15, 09:14 PM »

Excellent photos, I love the black and white! I think I am the tiny speck there in the finger. That photo really gives you some perspective on how big the mountain is.
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Re: January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« Reply #4 on: 02/02/15, 09:12 AM »

nice work Scott,  Did you go solo? 
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Re: January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« Reply #5 on: 02/03/15, 07:54 AM »

Thanks, dudes. I should've brought the telephoto lens and tripod to better capture Rowan & Co.'s effort!

Dan: Yes, I skied alone this day. I rode up to Paradise with a coworker, who cruised around the lower terrain with his 2-year-old in the backpack.

Rowan: It was super fun for me to watch your party ascend and descend during my jaunt. Thanks for the entertainment! I first spotted you after breaking out of the trees near Paradise... you were just above the choke of the Finger. By the time I rounded the head of Pebble Creek, you guys had started to ski. I thought I could just make out a tent alongside the shoulder of the Wilson, which was confirmed when you traversed right to it after exiting the couloir!

Good times.

-S
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Re: January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« Reply #6 on: 02/03/15, 01:45 PM »

Obviously the corn in the chute must have been great with such fun, playful skiing.
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Re: January 30, 2015: Nisqually Chute Corn
« Reply #7 on: 02/03/15, 07:10 PM »

"Playful" skiing defines Norseman's style.  Powerful and graceful too.  He makes anything look fun.
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