Thursday, December 2, 2010

Day one was Good, Today Was Better

(Last night My access timed out just as the blog was finished, but before photos loaded...)

It started snowing around six am today and snowed lightly for most of the day. The snow was soft and quiet and after a warm up and some neutral upper body position practice we got all over, slashing carving, switch and regular and standing sideways. We rode a poma to the top of the accessible open terrain and dropped through the enchanted forest. We covered every section and pushed back lunch. Late in the day the snow stopped and I was able to get a few shots. We took our Woodward momentum from yesterday and returned again today. Everybody from SMS was there this evening and the kids are using every training option available in that super fun facility.
JP oozing the steeze

Andrew "Chewy" Tousignant Finishing the Front Board
Xander Raith-no comment ness.
High points of my day were the thin pow, JP's three-three line in the upper garden (which I saw while my 5 year old called and told me of losing her first tooth!?), getting the crew up that Poma, Mike Perles alley oop, Jack Griffin grabbing stale, Josh Cohen, Scott Sweitzer, Zander Raith getting backside rodeos in the pit, Spencer and Hunter doing flat land gainers and Masons Pow run...
Jack-I-got-four-killer-shots-today-Griffin. Front Board.

Mike Perle Taking Full advantage of that poor defenseless widdle halfpipe. Happy 30th Birthday Jeanne

Mason Geils letting-it-all-hang-out-style Backflip

Scottie Jr. Backside Rodeo

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