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  1. #31

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    Looks like you mountain bike too, where do you usually ride?

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    2009 mtb-19 rides- 113.58 miles

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  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Stef View Post
    Thanks Can't wait to be a part of this great community that has been going strong for all these years!
    At least Nick can do is give you a title and some authority under your name!
    2009/2010 - 28

    2009 mtb-19 rides- 113.58 miles

    2008/09 - 33

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by SkiDork View Post
    definitely. Most of thes forums are sausage-fests.


    Maybe i can get her to vote in the Who is hotter? Lindsey Vonn or Julia Mancuso? thread

  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
    At least Nick can do is give you a title and some authority under your name!

    I seriously haven't even logged into the admin panel yet. Hahaha. I'm too busy in here responding plus trying to get ready for a meeting at my day job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Red Sox (actually going to opening day next Friday!)
    This was the only answer that mattered to me.

    Welcome aboard, Nick. I hope to ski with you someday. Since you're a Wa skier, is Wachusett the new Sundown? =) A meet-up with Wa AZers may be in order before season's end.

    Greg, thanks for giving us this pen to play in. If it weren't for AZ, I don't think I'd be into skiing as much as I am now. Good luck on whatever road you decide to walk on.
    "I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." - H. D. Thoreau

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    I seriously haven't even logged into the admin panel yet. Hahaha. I'm too busy in here responding plus trying to get ready for a meeting at my day job!
    Make sure to pay attention to the difference between the Quote and Edit buttons..
    Brian

  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    The only important one to remember is me, and I was the big guy with that thing growing on his chin, so I'm easy to remember...
    Nick,

    Welcome. It was nice to meet you this weekend... I'm also easy to remember... I think it was you that I said "I'm the big guy without the beard, Brian is the big guy with the beard."... Congrats on the purchase of the site, and I hope you can grow it into something of your own while still maintaining the awesome community that Greg has built.

    Greg,

    I hope we'll still see you at the Summit next year. (Notice how I'm assuming the Summit will happen again? Hint, hint. )

    Also, thank you for selling it to a person who is genuinely interested in the forum and not to some faceless corporation. I watched a strong forum (Audiworld) be destroyed in short order when it was sold to an internet giant, and the community spirit was quickly ripped from the site.

    I'm very happy to have been a part of what you've grown here Greg, and please know that you and your site have had a VERY positive on my development as a skier. Thanks for everything.

    -w
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    Okemo (11/12)
    Wachusett (11/25)
    Loon (12/8 )
    Bretton Woods (12/9)
    2016-2017 - 20, 2015-2016 - 8, 2014-2015 - 10, 2013-2014 - 21, 2012-2013 - 12ish, 2011-2012 - 12, 2010-2011 - 20, 2009-2010 - 23, 2008-2009 - 30, 2007-2008 - 35

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by WJenness View Post
    Also, thank you for selling it to a person who is genuinely interested in the forum and not to some faceless corporation.
    +1
    Wait Till Next Year!!!


  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
    Looks like you mountain bike too, where do you usually ride?
    Not as much as I'd like recently. I have a 1995 Proflex 855 that literally squeaks with every bump, it drives me crazy now. At the time it was awesome but now that bike is > 15 years old and has been beaten to hell.

    I have gone at Douglas State Forest (Douglas, MA) and some places around where I work in Marlboro, MA. When I grew up in Connecticut I used to go to Case Mt. in Manchester almost daily, even in the winter.

    I did go to Mount Snow once in the summer during the NORBA events... that was like 1998. I snapped my fork on a rock in the cross country race, proFlex gave me a new one for free which was pretty awesome.

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by WJenness View Post
    I hope we'll still see you at the Summit next year. (Notice how I'm assuming the Summit will happen again? Hint, hint. )
    I've got a phone call with Sugarloaf in about 30 minutes

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