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  1. #31751
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvovsky View Post
    What’s the beta on restaurants around WC like in Pagosa? Open? Take out only?

    Trying to figure out how to pack if I go for more than one day. No lodge makes it tricky.
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  2. #31752
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  3. #31753
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    I laughed when the better half showed me her home hill of Boston Mills and the famous Tiger run...
    You know why you run into so many people from Ohio everywhere? Because the smart ones leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    You know why you run into so many people from Ohio everywhere? Because the smart ones leave.
    Yep. It's really funny when we visit Ohio. Her dad gets it, but mom? It's non-stop, "you know what was invented in Ohio", "you know who is from Ohio", "you know what business started in Ohio". As if we're going to move there if she says that stuff often enough.

  5. #31755
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    Colorado Weather Discussion Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    Yep. It's really funny when we visit Ohio. Her dad gets it, but mom? It's non-stop, "you know what was invented in Ohio", "you know who is from Ohio", "you know what business started in Ohio". As if we're going to move there if she says that stuff often enough.
    Well, it is home to The Ohio State University
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  6. #31756
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    Colorado Weather Discussion Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    I laughed when the better half showed me her home hill of Boston Mills and the famous Tiger run...
    Where is BMillSkier to comment on skiing Boston Mills? Seems to me he might know something about something up there.
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  7. #31757
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    I laughed when the better half showed me her home hill of Boston Mills and the famous Tiger run...
    My wife (new england girl) laughed out loud when she saw it too.

  8. #31758
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Tonics View Post
    That said, the San Juans are skiing awesome
    dude! Nothin like that in my neck yet.
    I can be there in 3.5. Strongly considering this.
    north bound horse.

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    Colorado Weather Discussion Thread

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    Back to Samís today. Skiing with my daughter and her friend (and her dad). Who knew teenagers could be so cool?

    Things are starting to get sun-affected. No signs of instability. I probably wonít ski again until we get a refill, but thereís plenty of good skiing out there, especially in the alpine.

    Iíve had a good early season down here in SW CO.

    We didnít dig any pits today, but there was about 15cm of the newer snow (from Tuesday) sitting on a pretty significant sun crust (East face, around 11000í). No whumping or fracturing or any signs of instability.

  10. #31760
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    Colorado Weather Discussion Thread

    Nice morning out there, maybe this next storm is more than a refresher?

    I did a recon trip to one of the 2020 burn areas, still tons of thick sections, but there are some intriguing lines that may be worth a second visit when better covered (and officially open) Click image for larger version. 

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  11. #31761
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    ďNext stormĒ?
    I donít see anything in the grids yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Tonics View Post
    “Next storm”?
    I don’t see anything in the grids yet.
    Think he means the Tuesday snow fart. went from 0-1" to 1-2".

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    Pattern change in two weeks?

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    If weíre lucky


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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    Pattern change in two weeks?
    Just saying that jinxes a change. Bama is looking pretty good this season...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    Just saying that jinxes a change. Bama is looking pretty good this season...
    Yes they do

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    anyone been to Monarch yet?

  18. #31768
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackalps View Post
    anyone been to Monarch yet?
    yeah! They opened most of the runs off Panorama Ridge yesterday. It was pretty fun. Nice to see a patrol that is aggressive on opening terrain (the anti-Loveland)

    Definitely low tide, so be careful.

    Here is my 14 yo son on JR's yesterday:


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    Quote Originally Posted by blackalps View Post
    I haven't been up since the storm. @viva probably knows.
    no sharks found, good skiing on Thursday last week.

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    I found some in the far skierís right trees, but it was good overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackalps View Post
    anyone been to Monarch yet?
    Going up Tuesday and Wednesday to knock off the rust.

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