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Arse-sledding

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Sharmin shows off her elegant descent style...

540air says:

There's some speed building up in that bottom one :)

29th Jan 2009, 10:56

jc1000000 says:

Bottom pic is excellent!

29th Jan 2009, 11:44

Toddy says:

Looks like amazing fun

29th Jan 2009, 13:00

crickson says:

Following in Tor's arse tracks?

29th Jan 2009, 15:56

MaggieD says:

Ace series, I just love that extra light the snow gives .... and yes, that last pic is just excellent :)

29th Jan 2009, 19:38

nige says:

Hey, whatever gets you to the bottom of the hill, right?

29th Jan 2009, 22:00

swamprose says:

such fun in the snow. must be BC.

30th Jan 2009, 01:15

Thanks for the comments and the highlight! I'm sure Sharmin will appreciate it when she notices!

Crickson> Well, Tor slid down the mountain by accident. Sharmin just didn't want to bother with climbing down and opted for the arse-sled approach. But yes, it is starting to become a disturbing trend.

Nige> Yup, or whatever gets the hill to your bottom. It was a little slippy in places!

Swamprose> Of course! I've not made out outside of Vancouver this year. Plus my snowshoe pass is for Grouse, so most of my snowshoe series are from there.

30th Jan 2009, 01:24

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