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  • A board resembling a short, broad ski, used for sliding downhill on snow

  • glide down a snow-covered slope while standing on a board; "The children love to snowboard in winter"

  • Snowboarding is a sport that involves descending a slope that is covered with snow on a snowboard attached to a rider's feet using a special boot set onto mounted binding. The development of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding, surfing and skiing. It was developed in the U.S.A.

  • Snowboards are boards, which resemble a wide ski, with the ability to glide on snow."snowboarding." Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. 17 Mar. 2009. . Snowboards are differentiated from monoskis by the stance of the user.

  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

  • Mental resources

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.

  • Obtain in exchange for payment

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  • Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery

  • obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; "She buys for the big department store"

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Volcom Women's Iconic Snowboard Jacket - Black L

Volcom Women's Iconic Snowboard Jacket - Black L

Will you go retro, floral or basic solid? Any direction your fashion-forward instinct takes you will be the right one when you're wearing the Volcom Women's Iconic Snowboard Jacket. From an epic day in the park to powder hunting in a snow flurry, this Volcom jacket has a V-Science plain-weave shell that is waterproof and breathable to keep you dry. Full service features include mesh-lined pit zips, a super suede chin guard, cozy lined handwarmer pockets, goggle and media pockets and a pull down pass pocket. The innovative and much-copied Zip Tech jacket to pant interface connects your winter jacket to your Volcom pants to ban the snowballs from your drawers once and for all. Not only will you be looking awesome in the Volcom Iconic Snowboard Jacket for women, you'll feel great about a portion of your dollars going to the Boarding 4 Breast Cancer nonprofit founded in 1996 by a couple of pro riders.

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Jade Stands on Top of Mauna Kea Feb 6th, 2005 -1 {Vignette # three:

Jade Stands on Top of Mauna Kea Feb 6th, 2005 -1 {Vignette # three:

JADE -- A short story interview by Oona and me:
(The story in photos follows)

We’re on our way from our home near Hilo to the top of Mauna Kea -- boogie board, camera, food and long-johns ready for a day in Hawaiian snow -- but our van starts complaining about the elevation gain halfway up the Saddle Road.

It obviously doesn’t want to journey up the mountain, so we park at the bottom (4000 ft elevation), walk to the beginning of the summit road and somewhat self-consciously stick out our thumbs.

One car passes and then a sturdy looking SUV stops. The father and son inside shuffle their car seat, skis and snowboard around to make room. Soo Jang Lee, and his 13 year-old son, Jade, of Hilo are on a quest for snow.

When we stop half-way up at the Visitors Station to acclimate at the 9,600ft elevation. Jade takes off the head-gear attached to his braces and changes into his snowboarding gear: boots, a shiny silver camouflage outfit complete with cool yet practical baggy, waterproof pants, a wool face mask and goggles.

“This equipment costs over $2000 when you buy it new,” says his dad, “Very expensive. But we bought it at a warehouse and only paid $1300.”
Was it worth it? Jade thinks so, and to see the joy his dad takes in his son’s delight at playing in snow, it seems it was.

“He learned about this sport on the computer and in magazines and wanted to try it, so on Thanksgiving vacation we went to Lake Tahoe and he enjoyed it so much, we went back in January. We got snowed in and ended up spending nearly a month there and Jade was hooked,” says his Dad.

This is Jade’s first weekend snowboarding at home in Hawaii and he jiggles with excitement as the rocky volcanic terrain gives way to snow.

Mr. Lee never actually skis today. He is too busy chauffeuring Jade in their car up the loop of road to the summit area to save him from walking, pointing out the rocks to be avoided and helping him choose the best descent.

Jade has only been snowboarding dozens of times, but already he is at ease with the sport, gliding confidently down the hill, carving perfect turns, even taking a couple of jumps along the way.

(The story in photos & captions follows within the first comment space below:



Everyone in Italy bikes!

Since I left my camera back at school I've been going through old photos to edit. That's the thing about photos, they remind you of happier memories. They're still-shots that can bring you back to that exact moment. Sometimes I wish I can go back in time and relive them. Whatever happened to those times?

Note to self: Happier times are soon to come.

On a side note, I started making a list of hobbies that I want to take up.
1. Photography. I want to get better at taking photos, hence me taking a photography class next semester. It would also probably help if I took my camera out of the house every now and then lol. I kind of want to get some new equipment, maybe perhaps a new lens :]
2. Piano. I miss playing the piano. Brushing up on my music theory would definitely help, so I'm taking a class on that too. That's the one perks of having one more semester left till graduation- you get to take all the fun classes that you always wanted to take.
3. Snowboard. I've never been into winter sports. Actually, I've been an athletic type of a gal, period. I went once and it was a lot of fun. I heard that it takes about 3 tries before you start to get the hang of it. Hopefully if people are right, I'll be a pro in about 2 more tries haha.
4. Learn guitar. I've attempted this one so many times. I'd like to finally check this one off my list. I think it would probably be best if I buy myself a guitar to actually force myself to practice.
5. TRAVEL. I love to travel. I have a checklist of all the places I want to explore. I'm excited for my trip to Amsterdam and Brussels in about a month. Next on my list is Asia. Asia is so big and there are just so many places to go to. I'm hoping that I can either teach English there or just leisurely travel there this summer.
6. Learn Chinese. Yesterday I went to Barnes and Nobles and I was so tempted to buy Rosetta Stone. It's almost $600 for the complete set. That's how much I paid for my plane tickets, so I decided to put it down. I'm hoping that if I go to China to teach English this summer, that I'll be able to pick up the language a little.

Going over this list I realize that many of these are expensive hobbies -_-

buy snowboard equipment

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HangTime Snowboard Wall Mount - Black

Snowboarders need a better way to store their boards. HangTime™ board mounts solve this while making the board a piece of art! No longer do you need to hang your board from the garage rafters, trip over it as it falls out of the closet or continuously move it out of the way.

The HangTime™ mount allows the snowboard to be displayed on a wall either on an angle or vertical. It shows the board’s full graphics. Let’s face it you spent a lot for your board, why hide it in a closet.

The HangTime™ mount is small, easy to install and use. Your snowboard will hang securely. You can hang or remove your board in less than a second. This makes it ready to use when you are ready to go.

The plastic and rubber construction will not scratch your board. Everything you need to hang one snowboard is provided including hardware and instructions.

Mount is black with metallic logo.

Product is Made in the USA.

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