Miguel Posted March 23, 2005 Report Share Posted March 23, 2005 All along this year I've strived to get to a higher level of riding, meaning feeling comfortable on steeper runs. I was never really able to bleed off enough speed and stay in control. Through sheer determination I started staying lower, angulating more, switching edges sooner yada yada yada...you know the rest. Anyway, I finally reached the point where I'm able to actually carve uphill before ripping that mofo around sweeter than I ever knew possible. But that's not the real story. Something happened that had never happened before. I was layng out a sweet toeside turn, gettin'nice and low when when "It", happened.....I actually booted out!!!! Now normally booting out is not such a good thing but on this particular day old Miguel (closer to 60 than 55) was proud as a peacock! And let it be known that this didn't happen on soft Aspen corduroy but on East Coast Granite! I must confess that my rear boot (the one that hit) does hang over a tad but not that much. :) Anyway, I'm not really bragging or anything, just sharing the joy and letting everyone know that this has been my most rewarding season ever. I'm heading up to K-Town this weekend to round out the season. Everyone have a great end of season run. Miguel Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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