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    North Shore Vids and pics

    Had a blast....


    many pines...you can smell it in the air...Washington

    here is the drive up

    Little EIO

    best quote of the trip.....Little EIO "what language is arret wriiten in

    ah only the stupid canadian's speak that
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    logging on the river

    big crew

    and it be cold
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    few vids

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0F7yiBwD0yo

    wall rides...looks dry but very very wet and slippery

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ft0bdqtmIdU

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9fhD6NDHWc

    pics...EIO doing steeps

    and others please ad names sorry
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    Oh there they are
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    Quote Originally Posted by =ChrisB=
    Cmon where are the action shots?

    yeah bob

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    more pics
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    Canoe ride on Boogieman

    EIO turns into the devil
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    got some vids of Piledriver but I have to turn them

    and poaching time
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    thats sick that they have trail authority up there and endorsements by builders. defiantly organized

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    Nice pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowforner15
    thats sick that they have trail authority up there and endorsements by builders. defiantly organized
    the rocks or cobblestones are to armour the trail so it doesn't erode.....very cool....they just need to get the water not to roll down that part on CBC....man they need to channel the water off the trail....not on it
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    u made it out of ur socal land and meet the really world

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    Awesome man, stoked you finally got the pics up! That was a killer day....
    In the pictures below, thats Van local Matt with the DC fork, and ebxtreme with the orange on jersey.

    Thats cool you got a picture of the male strippers on the hot tub, thanks for picking up the tab- those guys know how to party!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Awesome man, stoked you finally got the pics up! That was a killer day....
    In the pictures below, thats Van local Matt with the DC fork, and ebxtreme with the orange on jersey.

    Thats cool you got a picture of the male strippers on the hot tub, thanks for picking up the tab- those guys know how to party!
    2 or 3 weeks I want to come back up.......who's in
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    Looks like a fun trip. Counting the days till I get there...

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    Nice pics, SMT. I just got a quick rip down Seymour on Thursday night on the way up to Whizzler. Conditions were super dry and tacky......

    I likely won't be up in BC for another month or so as June is totally booked for me, but give a shout when you're coming norte again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    Nice pics, SMT. I just got a quick rip down Seymour on Thursday night on the way up to Whizzler. Conditions were super dry and tacky......

    I likely won't be up in BC for another month or so as June is totally booked for me, but give a shout when you're coming norte again.

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    lets do something in July then....I will round up who is going down here
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    Ahhhh....Salvation. That trail kicks a**!! Looks like I won't be up there until about September this year. Anyway, looks like you guys had a great trip. Thanks for sharing!



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    Looks awesome, bet you guys had a blast. SMT I don't know what you do, but you have more time and money on your hands than myself, if you ever need an apprentice holla at me haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    the rocks or cobblestones are to armour the trail so it doesn't erode.....very cool....they just need to get the water not to roll down that part on CBC....man they need to channel the water off the trail....not on it
    Yup. Most parts of the world, farmers cut channels from the river to bring water onto their crops. In BC farmers cut channels to the river to get water off of their crops so they don't drown. When you build trails you're not hauling buckets of water like you are here in SOCKAL you are hauling buckets of rocks to try to have something solid to ride on. Why do you think they build those ladder bridges? Its because the ground is mushy 9 months of the year. This has been debated endlessley. I did my time in BC and put up with the liquid hell for long enough, 4+ seasons of snowboarding in the rain more often than not at whistler. I'm not going back. Everything I wrote applies to the 'couver area. Interior of BC around Fernie, etc. totally different, dry, desert like rainfall quantities, perfect riding conditions.

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    So I take it as they don't have crazy lawsuit issues like we do in the Sates, so they can build things like that on public land?

    Sick pictures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHbiker
    So I take it as they don't have crazy lawsuit issues like we do in the Sates, so they can build things like that on public land?

    Sick pictures!
    Ummmm.......NOBODY has liability laws like we have in the states. They actually make people accountable for themselves in most other countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    lets do something in July then....I will round up who is going down here
    i think i might head up there around the same time. we'll see what happens though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FM

    Thats cool you got a picture of the male strippers on the hot tub, thanks for picking up the tab- those guys know how to party!
    My eyes!

    They're BURNING!!!

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    Canada is actually very if not more restrictive, there are lawsuits up the ying yang, but people are less vindictive on average, including people that work for the government. There is greed, but there is less predisposition to punishing you financially for an accident some idiot has on your stunts / trails / jumps / backyard etc. It's a basic attitude difference of laying blame and taking responsibility for one's own actions. Not saying all Americans are like that.

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    Ahhhhh to become Canadian............

    ......twas a good day indeed!

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