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Draplin Design Co., North America
November 02, 2005
DDC:GAA:FT: 11022005:L08:D50
Posted at 11:05 PM


After tossing and turning all night, I got up and said my goodbye’s to “Rynoland,” silently running out and down to the light rail on Hiawatha and 50th. Soime kind colleague of Ryno’s was nice enuff to let me leave my rig in front of her house, in a quiet little neighborhood. Good stuff. Hope it’s there when I get back.

Caught the new light rail 15 minutes later and was out to the airport in no time.

First class is “where it’s at.” I purchased this ticket with Worldperks miles, and got some sort of upgrade in the transaction. Real nice up here. Lots of room. Just finished a little breakfast and a couple glasses of orange juice. Gotta get mean for the next bunch of days in Portland.

Baker and Nuñez are coming down to hammer out the January Issue of Snowboard magazine. We’ve been able to get a good jump on the production, so, fingers are crossed for some sort of “smooth sailing” in the “Give Me The Fucking Words and Photos So I Can Get the Fucking Thing Done” Department of the Draplin Design Co.

Time will tell.

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Here’s the cover of our latest beast, on newsstands all over:


There Are 4 Comments

No Snowboard magazines anywhere to be seen in Toronto.

Posted by: Kurt Halsey on 11/03/05 at 11:27 AM

Glad to see that 1989 and fluorescent colors are making a comeback in a big way in snowboarding. “Rat Bones!”

Posted by: PJ Chmiel on 11/03/05 at 1:02 PM
Posted by: Kurt Halsey on 11/04/05 at 2:56 PM

I totally have that magazine in the crapper here at work. ha.

Posted by: Marty on 12/13/05 at 2:26 PM
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