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Kingdom Tele boys BC report

From Mt. Washington to Big Jay what's the scoop. BC conditions, trip reports,or a great "hidden gem".

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Re: Kingdom Tele boys BC report

Postby Biff » Wed May 03, 2017 8:09 pm

flyingcow wrote:3) Never play horseshoes with the Kingdom Tele Boys.


Glad you were paying attention.
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Re: Kingdom Tele boys BC report

Postby Telemanarcer » Wed Dec 06, 2017 9:57 am

Time to fire this back up...Have been in the...er...BC @ 8 times and it was real!!!!! Sorta....Anyway several times with Telekid...and will send Biff a couple of pictures....We are calling it grass snow skiing as we were at an old farm site with a new barn...We also got up into the Highlands for some limb-rock sliding...Two days ago hit the Highlands with some snow..(2-3 inches) but it was totally covering the ground with a film of ice down under making it seem like lots of snow...Uh...Was able to get some linked turns in and did that ever feel good....For you that think we are nuts..(not far from the truth)...it is the best way to get balance and move muscles that need moving....In reality it's terrible skiing with excellent results...TM
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Re: Kingdom Tele boys BC report

Postby Telemanarcer » Mon Dec 11, 2017 8:42 pm

Good workouts! Yesterday Telekid and I zapped a longish tramp...some skiing and a lot of BC horrors....The woods around Dead Moose pond were killer with about a half inch under the spruce and yellow birches and the ground was covered with serious whips...logs....branches...snaggles...water dips....Wicked balance conditioning and we even got a few turns in...Man! Today went to another place two miles in and caught a small ridge....What fun to link some turns in the forest...Very quiet with Coyote and fischer tracks...The cruise out was speedy and laid back....Good conditioning without the horrors....really it's all been fun as it should be...TM
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