Testing My Leg

After almost a year without shredding on snow because of my broken femur, it was time to start working on my touring legs and see how my new leg does snowboarding. With some early season snow in Vermont I was able to make this happen sooner than I expected.  Touring was painful, but I knew the more I did it the easier it would get as I built my muscles back up.  Powder felt great, but any crust or hard snow was pretty painful for my knee, which I have been having issues with. Anyway here are some early season shots from Vermont that I took.. It felt great to be back on snow and to be taking pictures again.

Dalton Harben making some nice turns in some poor vis.

IMG_9754My leg was feeling good after the first skin so we decided to head up higher and see what we could find, which was well worth the effort.

IMG_9775This is a picture taken by Dalton Harben of me back in my happy place.

10546973_10204430084065323_8759161707774169046_oFelt so good to be riding pow again. I am very thankful that my leg has healed and I am able to continue doing the things I love to do.

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