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Old 04-05-08, 08:52 PM   #1
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Pics of Our Jackson Hole / Teton Trip!!!

Joe and I just returned from spending 4 days in Jackson Hole, Wyoming to celebrate Joe's birthday. It was a glorious trip filled with snowboarding crazy steep hills at the resort and cross country skiing over some very challenging (to us) terrain.

Here are a few of the highlights:

Gorgeous view of the Teton range.



Joe ready to ride decked out with his cam.



Big Bird!



Bliss.

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Old 04-05-08, 08:56 PM   #2
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The Elk Refuge.



Ski-Man.



Dancing fool.



Perhaps perfection really does exist.

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Happy pre-birthday, Joe!

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Just... wow. Almost looks like you're standing on the very top of the world.
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Taking a break.



Riding the Gondola.



Mucho love!



Success!!!

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Happy pre-birthday, Joe!

Just... wow. Almost looks like you're standing on the very top of the world.
It feels like it at that point. What a gorgeous, awe-inspiring trail! If you ever get the chance to wander the Tetons, go for it!
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If you ever get the chance to wander the Tetons, go for it!
Will do!

The "Success!" picture is great, as well.
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Have I ever told you how difficult it is to climb a hill on skis?
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Success!!!

I love this pic, Shadiyah.
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It's almost the pose, eh?
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Have I ever told you how difficult it is to climb a hill on skis?
Heh, I can't say that it even looks easy.

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It's almost the pose, eh?
Maybe that's it. As close to the pose as you can get with skis on your feet and ski poles in your hands.
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Ah yess!! The Pose!!
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Those are awesome shots! It's great to see people like yourselves approach life like a great adventure.
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Great pictures! Did you get any good helmet cam footage?

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Probably easier than climbing a hill on a snowboard.
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Very inspiring! Now, if I was only near some big snow-covered mountains!

Ocean shores instead, perhaps?

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Ocean shores instead, perhaps?

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Joe and I just returned from spending 4 days in Jackson Hole, Wyoming to celebrate Joe's birthday. It was a glorious trip filled with snowboarding crazy steep hills at the resort and cross country skiing over some very challenging (to us) terrain.

Here are a few of the highlights:

Gorgeous view of the Teton range.

Jackson is by far my favorite place on Earth. I only wish i was into cycling when i used to live out there.

As soon as i finish grad school i will be headed back to the Hole and it will officially be on.

peace, b.
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Jeez these pics make me wish I still lived in Montana. Life is so much better in the Rockies.
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