Avalanche, from Multiple Perspectives

Avalanche, from Multiple Perspectives

Postby mike » Thu Apr 21, 2011 4:33 pm


Someone like to do an MA on this guy?
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Re: Avalanche, from Multiple Perspectives

Postby midwif » Mon Apr 25, 2011 8:46 am

Wicked stem on turn to right.

Great ability to keep his head together and get breathing tube in mouth
and remember to keep attempting to deploy air bag.

Glad he was relatively unhurt.

Needs assistance with his technique!

:shock: :lol:
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Re: Avalanche, from Multiple Perspectives

Postby ToddW » Mon Apr 25, 2011 11:23 am

Mike,

I'm no MA guru, but I think he quit focusing on riding the woolly at some point. And, as Jasper teaches us, when you take the sheep out of skiing, bad things are prone to happen.
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Re: Avalanche, from Multiple Perspectives

Postby mike » Mon Apr 25, 2011 3:56 pm

A little clarification may be needed re the “riding the woolly” comment.

After getting little response from calls to “show me the pig” Jasper moved to “show me a sheep”.

Things improved slightly and this led to the cry “make it a woolly one”.

As PMTS is constantly evolving “riding the pig” is gone and has been replaced by “show me a woolly”.

Jasper was probably influenced by the ongoing interest displayed by Harald and the Kiwis in things of a rural nature.
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