Saucier Jumpers and Slaloms

gordgord Posts: 6 Baller
I have a few Saucier jumpers and slaloms
possible trades and sale of duplicates



  • HortonHorton Posts: 24,111 Administrator
    So cool. I bet 99% of the Ballers have never touched a Saucier.

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  • thagerthager Posts: 3,875 Mega Baller
    Stir vigorously then leave!
  • JordanJordan Posts: 884 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    One of my old ski partners had a Saucier slalom ski....he abandoned using it way past its' best before date.
  • ALPJrALPJr Posts: 1,412 Crazy Baller
    edited December 2017
    There's been a few in the Nipmuc shed over the years.
  • skibrainskibrain Posts: 893 Crazy Baller
    @Horton So pumped that I'm in the elite 1%.
  • NandoNando Posts: 373 Solid Baller
    I'm so old that I remember Dave Saucier putting a pair of jumpers across two logs and pulling his truck onto them to show how strong they were- at the euphemistically named Lake Saucier, of course.
  • thagerthager Posts: 3,875 Mega Baller
    Lake X!
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  • NandoNando Posts: 373 Solid Baller
    Lake X, Thomas, because??? It was 2009 or so before they finally changed the name on the plat maps to "Burns Lake". Dave listed it as "Lake X" because there was no way he was going to put the official name, "N-word Lake", on anything going out to the public. P. Chapin and I took a wrong turn while delivering a trailer full of tournament equipment there once and asked a local how to get to "Lake Saucier". That's when I first knew the real name. Even back in those less PC times, like 1976, maybe, we couldn't believe it. I wonder what happened to the pickup boats Dave had with graphics matching the later skis...
  • thagerthager Posts: 3,875 Mega Baller
    @Nando. Thx. Already knew most of that. Never knew the Lake as "Lake Saucier" though.
    No clue where the pickup boats went but I did ski the Saucier MC at Twin Lakes a few times with Tim Branvold on the upper one.
    Stir vigorously then leave!
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