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20 Responses to Contact us

  1. Gustav Garceau says:

    How may I forward to you photo pictures of me at age 80 snowboarding steep powder.
    Pictures are taken by staf photo at my favorate ski area BrettonWoods N.H,

  2. Gordon says:

    Any Grays on Trays board after knee replacement?Having March 26

  3. Rudy Sunkle says:

    I am a 60 year old female boarder that is addicted.
    I had a knee replacement 6 years ago and I’m still going strong.(I boarded 6 months after my surgery).
    I’ve been boarding for 20+ years and have no plans on stopping!
    Any G.O.T. t-shirts available?

  4. mary aspinall says:

    I live in Melbourne and would like to go on a snowboarding holiday with a group of people in a similar age group

  5. Dan Hager says:

    I’m a 60 year old boarder, who’s been doing it since the days before they made snowboard boots and you had to use Sorels. i’ve had 7 knee surgeries and now i might be looking at knee replacements. hoping to find other “Grays” who might offer me some advice. i’m an advanced snowboarder.

  6. David Shupe says:

    My name is David Shupe and I just heard about this on an old podcast. I’m 47 and I’ve been snowboarding for the past 5 years now. I’ve a friend who wants to try but we live near Allentown, PA and we don’t venture out of the state for snow. I was wondering if you could give me some hints to help them start out. By the way , I use K2 cinch binding which are great for us , less than athletic builds. I was glad to hear you suggest getting up toe to heel, that’s how I learned and still use.
    I was also wondering if you minded me having a couple of sweatshirts made up for myself and anyone else who wants one. I think “Grays On Trays” is a great name, I could set up a crowd fund purchase at Teespring if you want. I’d also like to have a sticker for my Pickup if that’s OK?
    It was great to hear that there are still a few of us Middle Aged(LOL) folks out there shredding it up with the kids.

    David Shupe

  7. John says:

    I am also interested in snowboarding trips with people of my age group. I live in Burlington Vermont. Does anyone have any trips planned for this season? Thanks

  8. Dave says:

    I’m going to Killington Dec 28 -30. If you want to meet up let me know. And if you want to try PA sometime I’m within 45 minutes of the Poconos.

  9. John says:

    Hi Dave. I will make a note on my calendar. I have a pass at Sugarbush. If I decide to make a trip to Killington, I will let you know. Please send me your E-mail address. Thanks for answering my post.


  10. Richard Sale says:

    I am 57 and enclosed is a quick video review of the Lib Tech Hot Knife my son and I made last week at Breck. Hope you find it helpful.

  11. Richard Sale says:

    Another video, This time just great day at Breckenridge. This is about as much fun as a old rider can have. I am one in blue pants. Hope you enoy.

  12. Sue Perry says:

    Hi I’m a 59 year old boarder from the UK. I will be visiting Denver on business on Feb 8-12, 2017 and am extending my trip by three days to do some boarding. As I have never been to Colarado before, I would like some suggestions of the best ski resort to go to – I’m not into big fancy places and lots of driving as my time is limited. Close accommodation and easy access. I would appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you. Sue

  13. John Thomas says:

    Hi Sue. I have only been to Breckenridge ski resort. Lots of terrain choices. Great town and on the mountain accommodations. Have fun. Look me up if you make a trip to Vermont.

  14. John LaPlante says:

    Thanks for the link (and the mention) David!

  15. Lorraine says:

    I am a snowboarding instructor and the founder of a snowboarding blog Snowboard How. I really like your blog and think it’s a great encouragement for my country! Coz in my area, people thought over 60 means the only exercise you can do is walking from the sofa to the kitchen!

  16. Noel Anenbeg says:

    Hi! I’ve skied for 61 years and snowboarded for 16 years. My wife and I skied Aspen in late February. I need a new left hip. So after skiing one day and finding the hip would not support skiing I switched to my snowboard and took off. (I’m goofy foot my left hip is the hip requiring repair) No problema! We live in Los Angeles. Anyone ride Mammoth Mountain or areas local to Los Angeles?
    Ride. on! BTW I’m 72. As Clint Eastwood said, “I don’t let the old man in!”

  17. Daniel W Jordan says:

    Hey, I saw myself on your video snowskating at 60. I’m now almost 66 and looking forward to another year snowskating. Since that video I’ve snowskated in South Korea and Pennsylvania. That video was taken in Minnesota. Any other grays on snowskates?

  18. Timothy Palulian says:

    Great stuff! I started boarding at age 45, now approaching 74. Started out in softies, got hooked on alpine carving, broke my leg twice had to go back to softies, but love to do extreme carving at my local hill. Hope to keep going every year, but when the time comes, I want to be strapped in.

  19. Peter Erskine says:

    I took up snowboarding at 49 and will be 70 in 3 weeks. We had a big recent dump which was very heavy and in trying to play in it I ended with several cases of Stranded Walrus Syndrome (stuck in a deep hole usually in rather a flatter place than you would like), which is exhausting. So I tried skis again the next day and I really didn’t enjoy the experience and will stick with boarding while I can.

    This post is to ask if anyone has tried portable gadgets to help them get out of deep snow?

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