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MonGoose wrote:I just called Bent Gate and they are claiming that he will be playing the movie.
good news, wish i wasn't 5 hrs away so i could make it. Wish he'd release some kind of version of it on the internet or DVD
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Alright I just confirmed with Chris that he'll be there presenting his movie.
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USAKeller wrote:Alright I just confirmed with Chris that he'll be there presenting his movie.
Hmm, well, that equals a crowd. Out
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Somewhat of a prick wrote:I thought there were 58 14ers
Along those lines, if there's any extra Roach Thirteeners Books there, can someone hoard them all and re-sell me a copy?
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USAKeller wrote:49ersRule wrote:CU-CSU hoops in Boulder tonight.
No kidding - I'm trying to decide which event to go to!
Ugh, I think the ski movie would've been better. Congrats!
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I really enjoyed the movie. I told Chris afterwards, "I'd come back and watch it again tomorrow if you were showing it". My favorite part was the ski descent of Pyramid. He took a route that had only been skied one time back in 1978. It was awesome!
Super fun night - the movie was awesome, especially the Elk descents. I wish there had been more on Capitol, Snowmass and the Chicago Basin trip. Chris is such a cool guy - I could listen to his stories for hours.
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PaliKona wrote:Chris is such a cool guy - I could listen to his stories for hours.
Couldn't agree more. I barely know him, but when I invited him to join some of us for dinner at Woody's before the movie his response was something along the lines of "great, if you don't mind and you have an extra seat." A real stand up guy. Watching his movie again reminds me how slow I ski.
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