A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby Woodserson » Wed Jan 06, 2016 2:14 pm

YEAH! You're welcome guys! I'm glad you enjoyed! There are so so many great lines and paragraphs in there. I'm just thrilled to know I'm not the only crazy one!

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby Woodserson » Wed Jan 06, 2016 2:29 pm

Holy crap! I just realized Johnny found this gem two years ago! YES! I just found mine last month in an antique shop in NH. Nice one Johnny, you are the true trailblazer. I only wish I had seen it sooner!!!

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby MikeK » Wed Jan 06, 2016 3:20 pm

Cannatonic wrote:The women down here in Boston have totally gone over to yoga tights,


What's wrong with this? :P

And don't worry about the herb... that'll all be legal here in the NE soon enough. I don't know about low prices, but with the potency there is now, you can stretch your money and your stash a little longer...

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby Cannatonic » Wed Jan 06, 2016 8:41 pm

Mike- the problem is that the yoga tights aren't for you, or any man, they're for the other ladies. That's what you learn from living in Boston! :o

as for the herb - it is becoming legal, but not cheap! Not yet anyways. I've been told you could get ounces of pure sativas like Acapaulco Gold, Panama Red, etc, for $10-20 per ounce in the 70's. Of course it had a lot of seeds & stuff. It looks like outdoor is making a comeback in Colorado and helping to drive prices down. Mass. and Maine will be voting on this in November 2016. Our love of skiing isn't the only thing we share with CO!

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby LoveJohnny » Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:58 am

-18F, Into-the-wild NNN-BC Fun...
(Yep, I officially don't use 75mm gear anymore...!)

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"Your heel (and mind) is not really free until you cut the cable..." -Me

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby MikeK » Thu Jan 07, 2016 10:03 am

LoveJohnny wrote:-18F, Into-the-wild NNN-BC Fun...
(Yep, I officially don't use 75mm gear anymore...!)


That's why your knee feels 20% better ;)

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby The Lovely Bear » Fri Jan 08, 2016 10:59 am

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby LoveJohnny » Sat Jan 09, 2016 10:16 am

40F, January springtime NNN fun!

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby LoveJohnny » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:05 am

Ski day #37... Me, the girls and 2 clowns going XC skiing...

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Re: A Lonely Bear in Eastern Canada...

Postby MikeK » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:14 pm

Personally, I like to get out on my skinny cross-country skis and throw tele turns because it makes me feel like a kid again to take rolling tumbles down powdery slopes and because it makes low-angle slopes that would be a bore on a heavy duty setup (AT or tele) suddenly become much more interesting.


-some guy on the internet (not me).


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