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- XCD Pinhead
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- Joined: Sat Feb 08, 2014 9:53 am
- Ski style: Very stylish
- Favorite Skis: All of them; old, new...
- Favorite boots: T2X & T4 for off piste; BD Axis for groomers; Merrell for XCD
Sunday, I was out skiing in my secret stash in Sainte-Brigitte, north of Quebec City... Lots of snow still, fresh and heavy. After a couple of turns, I notice a small tree behind a big one; too late! I tried to avoid the thing and bing boom badang! Skis in the air, head in the snow. I felt pain behind my knee... Ohoh... not good. But I could ski down no problem. The day after I realized that it was my ankle that was painful; noting to my knee. I was afraid of a problem with ACL. But no. After a couple of days and stretching (that I do almost everyday) pfuit... Gone. This serves me as a warning. A lever like a ski in dense snow could pop your tendons real easy. We have to ski carefully in dense snow! I just forgot...
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