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The crew just finished up a few sunny days in the good ol’ mammoth b.c. The wind unfortunately hit most of the fresh snow pretty hard, but we’ve been on the hunt and making it work.

The rest of the crew will most likely stick it out here in cali, but I am off to Austria with Sirianni to go meet with Atomic as well as shred with a new Nimbus addition, Bene Mayr. I will keep you posted with pics, etc…

Cheers!

Windlips and rodeos…

Sirianni and I hanging tough…

More windlips.

The crew just finished up a few sunny days in the good ol’ mammoth b.c. The wind unfortunately hit most of the fresh snow pretty hard, but we’ve been on the hunt and making it work.

The rest of the crew will most likely stick it out here in cali, but I am off to Austria with Sirianni to go meet with Atomic as well as shred with a new Nimbus addition, Bene Mayr. I will keep you posted with pics, etc…

Cheers!

Windlips and rodeos…

Sirianni and I hanging tough…

More windlips.

Good luck ever finding Mammoth again. It’s been snowing more the last few days than I think I’ve ever seen. Nimbus is still here trying to get mad footy for your viewing pleasure, so make sure to check out the Nimbus site soon for a whole lot of GoPro edits. Here are some more brilliant pics from Peter Morning in the mean time.

Thanks for stopping by powdy cakes…

Sirianni snapping branches.

 Dilly Boy making sure to keep his tips up.

Nimbus folk…

EP laying one over.

Dilly going bonkers…

Skiers: Chris Benchetler, Eric Pollard, Dylan Hood, Christian Sirianni

Photographer: Peter Morning

Good luck ever finding Mammoth again. It’s been snowing more the last few days than I think I’ve ever seen. Nimbus is still here trying to get mad footy for your viewing pleasure, so make sure to check out the Nimbus site soon for a whole lot of GoPro edits. Here are some more brilliant pics from Peter Morning in the mean time.

Thanks for stopping by powdy cakes…

Sirianni snapping branches.

 Dilly Boy making sure to keep his tips up.

Nimbus folk…

EP laying one over.

Dilly going bonkers…

Skiers: Chris Benchetler, Eric Pollard, Dylan Hood, Christian Sirianni

Photographer: Peter Morning

I’m sure any of you who live in or around the west coast have heard of and are experiencing the storm cycles that are rolling through at the moment. Fortunately for me, Mammoth is right in the heart of it all, and is expected to receive 10-12 feet in storm total. So, the good Ol’ Nimbus crew came out here to make sure all snow falls accordingly, and turns are placed in necessary pockets… We had our first day today and recorded some fun filled footage that will be available for your viewing pleasure soon on www.nimbusindependent.com. For now please enjoy these pics from friend and photographer Peter Morning.

Spectating. 

Me side saulting… 

Sirianni logging some air time. 

Eric in a stormy haze.

Dilly Boy giving free slash lessons.

Me hanging in the white room. 

Go Pro or Go Home…

Me giving the rocks a try.

Eric and I having a slash off…

Snapping trees and cashing rocks…

I’m sure any of you who live in or around the west coast have heard of and are experiencing the storm cycles that are rolling through at the moment. Fortunately for me, Mammoth is right in the heart of it all, and is expected to receive 10-12 feet in storm total. So, the good Ol’ Nimbus crew came out here to make sure all snow falls accordingly, and turns are placed in necessary pockets… We had our first day today and recorded some fun filled footage that will be available for your viewing pleasure soon on www.nimbusindependent.com. For now please enjoy these pics from friend and photographer Peter Morning.

Spectating. 

Me side saulting… 

Sirianni logging some air time. 

Eric in a stormy haze.

Dilly Boy giving free slash lessons.

Me hanging in the white room. 

Go Pro or Go Home…

Me giving the rocks a try.

Eric and I having a slash off…

Snapping trees and cashing rocks…

Nimbus is here in Mammoth and the snow is starting to fall heavily, so the plan will be to ski some stormy days, play Wii Nintendo, and wait for the sun to pop. “Because when the sun pops… It’s on.” 

I’ll keep you posted.