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Ron-NY

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This is a cross of Eric Young x schlimii . I have another Cape Sunset that is more pink than this one.

this is my other Cape Sunset. I think I like this one better but It isn't in spike. the picture from the last blooming.

 

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I've only seen the more pinkish ones.
I think I like the one with more yellow in
it....maybe because of the name of the
cross. However, they are both very nice.
 
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They are both very nice, I really like the Eric Young cross.
 

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Heather said:
Nice color, Ron!
How's your daughter doing, btw?
she is surviving. they only had classes 2 days last week for with 102" of show, staff found it difficult to get in...I wonder why :poke: :rollhappy:
 

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NYEric said:
Are there any ski areas near you, and dont say Gore-Whiteface, It's the only place I've ever been blown up a mountain.
Eric we don't have any snow n this area but may get some later in the week. I am not a down hill skier...I prefer X-country
 

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Ron-NY said:
Eric we don't have any snow n this area but may get some later in the week. I am not a down hill skier...I prefer X-country
I like both. Although DH doesn't offer the views or as much exercise, I like the rush. Plus I need to learn how to snowboard. :D
 

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telemark turns have always been part of X-country skiing. The bindings are naturally designed for it with the heel free. It really isn't a new technique but has had quite a bit of a revival aver the last 15 years or so.
 
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