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There is a new feature on Ryan's Eternal Flow it is about half way down the trail. There is a drop at the end of a left hand berm. The feature is currently closed, I am just trying to see how people do with the ride around. The trail is probably under 4 inches of snow so it will probably be a while before it gets use.
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James
 

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Is that where you are digging out THAT stump!
Can I bring my sled to test it out in the mean while! lol;)
 

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More like inner-tubing the Happy Ending on the HLC line.... I bet I could clear the wood work but the tube bounce in the landing would propel me into the berm...
 

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blcman said:
Is that where you are digging out THAT stump!
Can I bring my sled to test it out in the mean while! lol;)
Dug on the stump some but didn't get as much done as I wanted to because we needed to finish the berm where the new jump is because it wasn't finished. But yeah Nolan sledded down the drop into the step up yesterday should be primo sledding conditions.
 

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Borneo said:
More like inner-tubing the Happy Ending on the HLC line.... I bet I could clear the wood work but the tube bounce in the landing would propel me into the berm...
There was a lot of thought of trying that but the fear of veering off course led us to sledding smaller features.
 

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Borneo said:
More like inner-tubing the Happy Ending on the HLC line.... I bet I could clear the wood work but the tube bounce in the landing would propel me into the berm...
You just need to slow down your rebound Borneo!
Don't forget the body armor either! lol ;)
 
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