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    Read this study:...

    Read this study:
    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309035022_THE_EFFECTS_OF_COMPACTION_METHODS_ON_SNOWPACK_STABILITY
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    The "Accidents" section are incidents in which...

    The "Accidents" section are incidents in which the CAIC conducts a thorough investigation, which includes all fatal avalanches, but not all avalanches in which people are caught. I don't know how...
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    This was discussed in the Colorado...

    This was discussed in the Colorado Snowpack/Weather thread, extensively on several Colorado Backcountry Facebook groups, and was reported to the CAIC....
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    "How much does it cost" depends massively on how...

    "How much does it cost" depends massively on how far from your panel the outlet needs to be and where the wire needs to run.

    You need a 220V circuit. How much amperage depends on what charger you...
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    I thought that was obvious

    I honestly thought this was written in jest[/QUOTE]

    I thought that was obvious
  6. Hi RedFlameJs, welcome to TGR! Yes, puregravity...

    Hi RedFlameJs, welcome to TGR! Yes, puregravity ended up selling this idea to Rontele and he has been producing them ever since. You can PM him for more details.
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    I would but the snow this year sux, at least...

    I would but the snow this year sux, at least according to this thread, so I probably just imagined taking this photo on Friday, I'm sure it didn't actually happen.

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    Mags: I want a 108 ski instead of 116 for touring...

    Mags: I want a 108 ski instead of 116 for touring where I'm going to ski soft snow all day
    Also mags: I want a 116mm ski for inbounds days when it hasn't snowed in a week and I'm hunting around the...
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    Ah, my bad, not sure why I was thinking CO since...

    Ah, my bad, not sure why I was thinking CO since you didn't say that in your post.
    And agree that will be a good deal on the tech bindings once you sell the skis and skins and buy something more...
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    Agree with frorider, any 200+ nominal range EV...

    Agree with frorider, any 200+ nominal range EV should make that drive easily. The first time you drive up the 4000ft is going to be terrifying as you watch your range drop like a rock, but coming...
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    OK, I have a few days of touring on my BG116Ts...

    OK, I have a few days of touring on my BG116Ts now.

    They are exactly what I hoped for. Conditions in the Colorado BC this year have been, well, extremely variable. I've been skiing soft snow with...
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    Skiing 85mm underfoot skis in the super variable...

    Skiing 85mm underfoot skis in the super variable BC conditions we have this year in CO sounds god awful and a good way for you to find yourself looking for a new girlfriend.
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    Yeah... that math don't work. A big fucking solar...

    Yeah... that math don't work. A big fucking solar panel like this one https://www.renogy.com/320-watt-monocrystalline-solar-panel/ produces 320 W (max) in a 66" X 40". That's pretty much your entire...
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    Easiest way to carry a single pair of skis? Put...

    Easiest way to carry a single pair of skis? Put one ski flat against each side of the tunnel and bungee strap them in place.
    If you want to make a functional and cheap rack, scroll back one page and...
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    Yeah "very light" is not how I would describe the...

    Yeah "very light" is not how I would describe the stock ON3P non-touring layup. Also, not very light IMO is a good thing for an inbounds ski.
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    Obviously it's not as consistently cold down here...

    Obviously it's not as consistently cold down here in the city but no, starting up in subzero temps is not an issue.



    Required no, advised, yes. My Bolt (and I assume most/all other EVs) has a...
  17. Foggy is pretty much killing it in this thread...

    Foggy is pretty much killing it in this thread but I'll add a few thoughts.

    I think what the OP is describing is a video series that at least somewhat fills the role that a mentor traditionally...
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    FWIW I'm 5'9" 145lbs and ski the 184 BG and feel...

    FWIW I'm 5'9" 145lbs and ski the 184 BG and feel it's absolutely the right length for me. I generally like skis in the 182-187 range depending on the ski.
  19. I forgot to mention that our wifi is amazing now...

    I forgot to mention that our wifi is amazing now and my wife can microwave food just by pointing at it.
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    goddamn you

    goddamn you
  21. My wife got her second dose of Pfizer last...

    My wife got her second dose of Pfizer last Thursday. More soreness around the injection site than the first dose (which she said was similar to a flu shot). Some chills that evening. Very fatigued...
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    He would do it too.

    He would do it too.
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    Not me. I'm just some guy. He probably...

    Not me. I'm just some guy.



    He probably doesn't, and that's fine, because that wasn't really what the conversation was about. There was already a shared understanding that he had made a serious...
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    I just had an hour long video conversation with...

    I just had an hour long video conversation with him and while the proof will be in his decision making going forward, it did feel like he was receptive, has learned a lot, and has a better mentality...
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    but somebody could hit a rock

    but somebody could hit a rock
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    Sure, if you're at your workbench or ski around...

    Sure, if you're at your workbench or ski around with a file in your pocket.
    One of these is actually my preferred tool for deburring and detuning...
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    I've most definitely, on several occasions, taken...

    I've most definitely, on several occasions, taken my ski off somewhere on the mountain and rubbed it on a rock or metal handrail or whatever to detune.
    It works way better than a gummy, those things...
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    Romney appeared to be trying to murder him...

    Romney appeared to be trying to murder him telepathically.
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    Breaking: old ass ski with lots of days feels...

    Breaking: old ass ski with lots of days feels softer than brand new ski.
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    356646 Source:...

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    Source: https://twitter.com/Phil_Mattingly/status/1346916505225748480/photo/1
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    If you are accustomed to a 181cm QST99 then the...

    If you are accustomed to a 181cm QST99 then the 187cm Woodsman is going to feel a LOT longer. Most people your size and weight are likely going 187cm but it depends on how you ski, where you ski, and...
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    Hah! It kinda did, I started skiing other...

    Hah!

    It kinda did, I started skiing other places and touring a lot more.
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    Easiest way to tell is the bases. Then remember...

    Easiest way to tell is the bases. Then remember which way the graphic goes, or just put a sticker on there to remind you.
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    It's been that way for 5-10 years but everyone...

    It's been that way for 5-10 years but everyone keeps buying passes anyway so I can't see how they have any motivation to change what they're doing.
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    InReach Mini is the obvious winner here.

    InReach Mini is the obvious winner here.
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    Mapping I think is the primary difference. It...

    Mapping I think is the primary difference. It also looks spiffy with your flannel and flatbrim and dog named Dakota or Montana or Splitter.
  37. I forgot to update. Her arm was sore the next day...

    I forgot to update. Her arm was sore the next day and she felt fatigued (which might have just been because she had just worked a 12 hour shift the day before). Pfizer vaccine FWIW.
    Second dose this...
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    I bought a Fenix 6 recently and it's absolutely...

    I bought a Fenix 6 recently and it's absolutely overkill for what you want, but I'll agree with all the recommendations above for the cheaper Garmin models. Notifications and basic tracking work...
  39. If you don't like them opening terrain with...

    If you don't like them opening terrain with minimal coverage, I would be super stoked to trade your patrol staff with Loveland's.
    Don't worry, they won't open anything where there might be a rock...
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    If you read CAIC obs, the original avalanche was...

    If you read CAIC obs, the original avalanche was also reported there on 12/30.

    Tons of big collapses and shooting cracks on low angle westerly aspects near Jones Pass today. Lots of big remote...
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    I drove one before buying my Bolt and really...

    I drove one before buying my Bolt and really liked it. The semi autonomous mode (ProPilot or whatever) is fucking awesome. The interior on the Bolt was slightly better. It came down to whichever...
  42. OK, so let's post the COMPLETE danger rating...

    OK, so let's post the COMPLETE danger rating scale that includes likelihood, size, and distribution descriptors, because these are important when forecasters are selecting their rating.

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    Here's an image of Chimney Chute (the prominent...

    Here's an image of Chimney Chute (the prominent funnel in the center of the photo)

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    And chose to do so in an avalanche path with...

    And chose to do so in an avalanche path with significant consequences
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    Here's what the BGT tail looks like, FYI 355523

    Here's what the BGT tail looks like, FYI

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    which means they'll open sometime in February

    which means they'll open sometime in February
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    116 is the same. There's a bit of a notch for the...

    116 is the same. There's a bit of a notch for the tail clips. It holds skin clips beautifully.
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    Post xmas bump. Would like to get this stuff out...

    Post xmas bump. Would like to get this stuff out of here!
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    As noted above, Superfeet and Sole make a good...

    As noted above, Superfeet and Sole make a good product. Green Superfeet is pretty perfect for my feet; Sole, not so much.
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    This. Backcountry Tourer is a specific category...

    This. Backcountry Tourer is a specific category used in tracking statistics of avalanche incidents; the term is used intentionally.
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