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...I know people that are too stupid to hang a t.v on a wall....and they don't smoke m.j. Perhaps they should have there drivers license revoked....before something bad happens.
...why not just put the police IN the barn....oops, off topic.
...just leaving comments to get this story back in circulation
hope for the best...but expect the worst
There are many different facets of trail etiquette A snowmobiler might pull to the side of a narrow trail to let hikers pass by. A snowshoer might move over and let a cross country skier by.
But would a snowmobile ram into a skier to let them know they were there? Or a cross country skier just ski directly into the person in front of them, expecting them to know who is approaching?
Of course if you are moving slowly, you should know people will be moving faster and it is your responsibility to yield to faster traffic.
But sometimes a faster user will approach suddenly and say "on your left" or "coming thru". No problem. Simply step to the side.
It seems though that some people haven't learned trail etiquette on certain trails in Steamboat. Some people seem to think that the proper way to pass a slower user(that didn't know you were there) is to ram into them. Just ski right into them. So rude. What were you people raised by? Gorillas? Monkeys?
I learned at a very young age to treat other people with respect. My parents beat it into me actually. I would never in a million years just ski into a person to get them to move. I am an adult, and I do my best to act like one. I would expect the same from other adults.
But not in Steamboat's side country. Hope for the best...but expect the worst.
Great riders, Great coaches.....a winning combination.
GO STEAMBOAT GO U.S.A!!!!
Donny is seriously cool and unique...and one rippin' snowboarder :)
I've often heard snowmobilers complaining about the trails on buffalo pass being ruined by other users. When the people that maintain the powerlines on the pass take their snowcat up, they sometimes leave very dangerous berms and ruts.
Most people want a nice trail, especially the folks who did all the work.
I walked past two stuck vehicles that day and wanted to assist, but there were already too many locals helping them out. Steamboat Springs...you rock!!!
...maybe if we all think it at the same time, it will help it come true....
"healthy shoulder - healthy shoulder - healthy shoulder"
Go get 'em Todd, Go Steamboat, Go U.S.A!!!
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