Blogging from 30,000 Feet


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Let’s just say it had to be done. Looking forward to that first weizen. This is coming at you as a liveblog.

In-flight internet on Lufthansa is a bit slow, but it works. I could not resist.

In-flight internet on Lufthansa is a bit slow, but it works. I could not resist.

I just had a nice German lager, watched a movie, and now waiting for dinner. Then wake up in Munchen. It’s said Dynafit has some pretty crazy stuff to show us. Kind of tough keyboarding now that the person in front has tilted his seat back, but WildSnow is known for their sacrifice to blog any time, anywhere.

Comments

8 Responses to “Blogging from 30,000 Feet”

  1. Wookie1974 January 8th, 2013 2:55 am

    Hey! Any chance to meet my ski-blogging hero during your stay? Going skiing on the weekend?

  2. Lou Dawson January 8th, 2013 8:08 am

    Wookie, it’s a quick trip and I’ll be kinda busy, but keep your eyes out for any Wildsnow sightings (grin).

  3. Brian January 8th, 2013 9:07 am

    Tilting your seat back on an international flight is like going for a tour without avy gear. A major faux pas.

  4. Rob S January 8th, 2013 10:15 am

    Impressive. But WildSnow fans are eager for true “field reports”….how about live-blogging from the Aiguille du Midi cable car, or from the Bertol hut?? If wifi access is unavailable there, perhaps the Hofbrauhaus? A short piece on the comparative merits of schnitzel vs. the pork knuckle for absorbing copious quantities of Weissen?

  5. Scott Nelson January 8th, 2013 7:28 pm

    What??? Not in first class? Look forward to your reports.

  6. Lou Dawson January 8th, 2013 8:10 pm

    We’ll be up at Dynafit press event, blogging from there I hope (if they’ve got wifi). So we’ll do our best to bring some semi-live blogging as I usually do from good old Europa.

    Flight went well, super smooth. Got to Munich last evening and ride from friend brought us near Innsbruck to our usual haunt at our friends the Barthels house in Bad Haering, Austria. More soon.

  7. tim January 8th, 2013 11:26 pm

    Can’t wait to hear about the 16DIN binding……

  8. Lee January 9th, 2013 2:23 pm

    Isn’t that the town where the deaf-aid was invented?

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