Art, craft and other hobbies

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Sick Bird Rider Sick Bird Rider
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Whoah, Brownski that treehouse is off the charts. Freeheeln, dig the pallet construction. This thread is going places.
Love Jay Peak? Hate Jay Peak? You might enjoy this: The Real Jay Peak Snow Report
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Great idea SBR! I have comments and things to add but need to get some work done here at my job

Lot's of talented people on here---very cool
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CampArts+Crafts!  
I ride with Crazy Horse!
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HHAAHAHAHAHAHAHA

I have many hidden talents--- i can hot glue with the best of them
freeheeln freeheeln
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Serving tray. Perfect for the porch, holds 2 plates, bowls, mugs.
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Step stool. Steps 6" and  12" , flip it 7" and 14" for the littler ones.
Brownski Brownski
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Check it out. I can spread out old trail maps and lift tickets on a table and take a picture. I put this up for my background on FB. Feel free to use if you wish.

"You want your skis? Go get 'em!" -W. Miller
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The steps and tray are amazing by the way
"You want your skis? Go get 'em!" -W. Miller
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Finshed these up for a holiday project.

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Berm turn rock face thingy. This rock work took two full days.







Since August I've probably put in about 100 hours of volunteer time into figuring out this reroute of the Heart trail on Mount Elden. It was built in the early nineties and is a terribly built old school fall line hiking trail. Our proposed reroute in total is around 1700 vertical and 5 miles of trail. My friend and I finally walked and gps tracked the upper 1500 vertical just last week, it was a super gnarly bush whack but everything looked really good for that 4.1 miles at an average 6% grade.





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