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Heart of Winter

February 9, 2013

Loving winter: looking forward to summer.

Here’s some pics from the past few weeks of walking in the hills.

Suicide Chute, Mt. Superior, from Little Cottonwood Canyon. With Ryan N. and Impromptu Stranger.

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Ascending Suicide Chute. Photo by Jacob B.

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Topping out! Photo by Jacob B.

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Feeling a bit nervous. And also stoked. Photo by Jacob B.

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Oh yeah! Photo by Jacob B.

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Oh shit! Photo by Jacob B.

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Photo by Jacob B.

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Broboarding. Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

We run these streets. Except when we have to park far away. Photo by Jacob B.

 

Argento/Greaseball Couloir, Kessler Peak, from Big Cottonwood Canyon. With Spence W.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Greaseball Couloir, which we thought was Argento. Photo by Jacob B.

 

God’s Lawnmower, Kessler Peak, from Big Cottonwood Canyon. With Spence W., Court P., and Steve L.

Photo by Jacob B.

Clear morning. Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Spence, about to jump over the line I chose to sideslip. Because rocks. Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Just before this Court took a tumbler off a hopper. Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Look closely. Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

Photo by Jacob B.

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