Mostly what I do these days. The snow was a bit sticky yesterday...
FritzRay last edited by
Did you have the wrong wax on, or are those no-wax skis?
Isa is on Fish scales/. it was 0% c I was using V60 red. It was fun but slow on the downhills, I could kick and glide fine on the flat but any time you went up hill for an extended time I balled up big time and any time you stood still you had to scrape the skis to get going again. Isa had the same experience on her fish scales. I doubt extra blue would have given me any kick as even with special red I would slip backwards going up hill unless I stomped my skiis which got them to stick but started the balling process instantly. Fun outing but not fast...
David Harris last edited by
Is this the thread where we finally learn the answer to the ultimate XC skiing question -- "What wax works on pine needles?"
zBrown last edited by
Too technical for me
I just like lookin' at the pictures
did about a 15k loop this afternoon through the fields and woods. Right out my back door. Snowmobile trail freshly groomed but its a rather obscure section of trail so almost never busy with actual snowmobiles. usually just me and the moose.
Did some bushwhacking to make my ski a loop.
Top of the ridge as the full moon rose behind me.
Forgot my headlamp but it worked out fine.
NickG last edited by NickG
Skinned up Mt wish I could tell ya.
The local crew has a hut.
Our friend John who invited us.
the food was stellar.
The drinkers and smokers suffered terribly on the 2nd run.
some folks ripped it.
A great time was had by all