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  1. With the warm weather and lack of crowds I decided to take our 6-month old out for a little sliding yesterday. Have an pretty amazing carrier system I have been waiting to use. Clearly I was not going to go stomping moguls and she has been supporting her head since day 1. Took about 1:10 to skin to the top of Magic via Carpet-Sleeve and was brutal with an extra 30 pounds on the back plus my first real skinning trip of the year. She slept the entire way up. Then did some soft, easy turns down Trick to Wishbone, Wand, and lower Red Line. Did a couple other laps (Magician to Black Line) and Twil
    2 points
  2. Not sure but it was definitely a one and done sort of thing. She will be on skis soon enough. I know as recently as last year I saw a few women with young kiddos (a few months) in packs/pouches riding up the single chair at MRG. I would never take her on a chair, that would be a bit much for my anxiety.
    1 point
  3. First ride of the year last night. 3.5miles. Took it easy since it was first time out. Forest is dry as a bone. Lots of trees down that I need to clear from trails.
    1 point
  4. Glad it was better today than yesterday. Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
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  5. Wildcat got the lifts running by late morning yesterday. Can confirm that conditions are the bar were quiet, but we gave it our best.
    1 point
  6. If it looks like applesauce, it's probably good!
    1 point
  7. There have been a few posts on here about GWs mountain bike network (which is great!). On Saturday I finally got to try them out on skis. The place is truly incredible. Over 30 miles of groomed track and skate trails, good parking, warming huts with wood stoves and hot chocolate! All for free!! The guy (through his foundation) owns and maintain thousands of acres. His only goal is to get people outdoors. It's kind of hard to believe. Personally I lean towards more ungroomed XC trails, but I can always appreciate reliable conditions. The grooming was excellent. There were mostly skate-ski
    1 point
  8. Went to hills farmstead this past week. Wow that place is out in the middle of know where but so worth the drive. Damn they make great beer! Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
    1 point



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