Down From Dachstein — Loading Batteries in Headlamp


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | January 11, 2008      

Back here in Kitzbuhel area, turns out they’re having some excellent corn skiing on southerly terrain, of course missed that being up at high altitude. To be expected, as for the past week I’ve always been one or two days behind or ahead of the good snow, groan.

But the Dynafit event the past few days was super. I learned a ton of good stuff we can pass to you here as the winter progresses. Got plenty of back story as well, so we can be even more informed about the Dynafit binding and other product as we suggest ways to use and improve things.

Did some Austrian style carbo loading today on the way back from Dachstein, in Bad Ischl, where you can find good sugar products because the Kaiser used to hang out there and he of course was given the best, as the alternative was death. So we have several new mystery pastries coming from that little side trip, of course!

While driving the autobahn one handed I pounded down a few ibu and a quart of Cytomax, and I’m ready to see what sort of crazy stuff these guys do at night. (Just kidding, I was driving with both hands, otherwise would be suicide.) Stay tuned.



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3 Responses to “Down From Dachstein — Loading Batteries in Headlamp”

  1. Your Sweetie January 11th, 2008 7:36 am

    Hi Sweetie,
    Glad to hear you skied corn. Here are statistics from your home mountains in Colorado. Read it and weep!
    It has snowed 7 out of the first ten days of January totaling 28.75 inches this month.
    Last month it snowed 20 out of the 31 days of December for a total of 63.14 inches.
    Total snow since December 1st: approximately 92 inches.
    It has been snowing approximately 75% of the time over the last 40 days.
    XOXO, Lisa

  2. Adam January 11th, 2008 11:37 am

    Hi Lou, I have one question, I have one pair of skis with TLT’s on them I use the Scarpa Matrix and the F1 with these skis, is there a way to mount the shims for the F1 so they do not interfere with the Dyanfit Crampons?

    Looks like a great time in Europe!! Thanks, Adam

  3. Njord January 11th, 2008 8:36 pm

    Perhaps you are refering to Kaiser Franz Joesf and his “Kaiserschmarrn”… I recommend the version with apples! The word itself is great: Kaiser=Emperor and Schmarrn is Bavarian slang for “mish-mash” or nonsense. Makes for a great lunch dish!

    Njord

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