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Steve – Some of that makes my heart stop – Awesome to say the least !
Glad you like it Jim…THANKS!
I’m impressed, but aren’t you geting a little too old for such stuff.
it’s all relative pops! sometimes i feel old…but sometimes i feel like i’m in my prime.
Wow Steve, awesome line! Looks like it was in great shape. Good narration in the vid!
yo aaron…wish you could have made it down to join me!!!
Very good video, and great skiing.
Steve, Great skiing and video work. Looks like your in your “prime” for sure! No offense but what else you have to prove in terms of skiing “sick and exposed” lines like that. I completely understand the adrenaline rush but, man there has got to be some safer stuff out there to get after. Nonetheless, keep up the great work!
thanks chuck! its all in the eye of the beholder i guess. this line i feel was perfect in the sense that it was mostly all skiable and with no rappels. steep…yes, exposed at times…yes…but nothing too outrageous.
there ARE lines on my hit-list that scare me to death…some even from past attempts/failures. some i will most likely never try…and others that i may.
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You are never too old to ski lines like that. Keep up the good work!
Steve – awesome video man! Congrats and a super intense line. At least, it sounded intense at the crux!
Nice line and nice work to the both of you, especially Chris O. on the tele gear! Great video… did one of those “Paramarker” guys do the voice over? (Heh, heh!).