James and the swiss homies droppin' hammers.
We went to Austria for a day to hit some Rails.
Footy Check. Check!
Marco and a perfect example of a switch fs 180 5-0.
I don't know wether Andy's stoked or not...
I´ve got this nice present for Christmas. It wasn´t wrapped at all, so it´s not my fault to have already my first Christmas present. Merry Christmas!
Goat´s eye just opened and was the place to be last wknd. There was the pow I signed for.
It took us two whole days to track all the untracked lines.
After a big dump the highways were quite bad. Fortunately, Jeremy´s tuning car has some spikes on the wheels.
This guy didn´t make it to the parking lot.
These gang signs are strange to me.
Another day at Alberta´s finest resort.
Just 7607 km to Frankfurt. Seems to be not that far away.
It´s time for winter tires.
This time Graham was kind of the Guide through the woods and rocks.
DJ Duo Willy and Remy besides Graham and my humble self in the chair.
Thanks Toni the very first "Spätzle-Fest" went down in the Heart of the New West. He gave me that fancy Spätzle-Shaker before I left.
And this was the result of the hard work. Honestly, most of the guests were Germans this day, but the real traditional "Schwäbische-Spätzle" were also new to them.
After 3 days of continuous snowfall, even the first resort in good old Germany thought it's enough to get the lifts running. First day. Two feet deep. Can't get much better.
A really tall Alex and a quite small Gido.
...and Flo of course. Laps for days. Tired as fuck. Good Night!
I call this my first powder day since...actually it feels like years. At Sunshine Village the 70cm rolled in and we headed out.
If I could, I would ship some of the snow over to the Homies in Europe.
Half of the crew. They were quite busy showing me all of the secret spots.
And finally that fool...seems like there were no powder skills left from back in the days.