Apr 4, 2012
Tamedogs in the backcountry aren't the most common thing. Even more so on a step down. That doesn't really matter to Cory Gallon, after he got 2 tricks on a feature and the peanut gallery requested a tame dog, he obliged and comedy ensued while he took a few lumps pleasing the crowd. It's always a good time when Cory is in the crew and that day was no different.
Name: Cory Gallon
Birthdate:June 9th 87
Current Residence:Squamish, BC
Sponsors:DC, Union bindings, Smith optics, Sanction skate & snow
Who's your crew for good times shred days?
Mainly the lost boys and who ever is around for the good times. maybe some new people, you never know.
What's the difference between a 100 Gallons and 100 Litres?
A lot more actually my guess is around 378.541178 litres. which is equivalent to 100 gallons.
Where is the most secret spot you filmed at this year?
Im going to say Morning cliffs up in Seagrams. so hard to find nobody knows where they are. hahahah
We hit some new stuff this season though. I wouldn't really call them secret spots, I invite all.
When did you decide to start stomping stuff in the backcountry?
The other day actually I was having the usual some tea and some toast with pb and banana. I thought man I feel like stomping today. It seems to be working ok at the moment but we will see how the remainder of the season works out.
Why is this question not a question?
Becuase you obviously didn;t ask it. haha