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  1. #15776
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    Quote Originally Posted by upallnight View Post
    Apparently there were lots of local recommendations & it wasn't easy to get an appointment (I know, no guarantee) — I was/am curious to hear the opinion of members here, which I value more highly.
    Very poor communication while trying to get fitted for intuitions. I'm sure lots of locals have had good service and I'm not disputing their experiences at all. I'm only speaking for myself.

    Went to Chalet, very happy with fitting and follow up fine tuning on my intuition liners.

  2. #15777
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    Bridger skied way better than I would have ever thought!

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  3. #15778
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    Fun watching the race today in between laps. And congrats to our own

    https://msubobcats.com/news/2022/1/1...obcat-men.aspx



  4. #15779
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    Swimmy with the killer pic as always.

    Will be the 630 coin toss tomorrow AM.

  5. #15780
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Swimmy with the killer pic as always.
    Heck yeah!

    Yesterday was fun. Ski a few laps, chill mid slope and watch a bit of racing, catch up with friends, rinse > repeat.

    Talked a little photography with BobbyBill. None of my friends have any interest in camera stuff but he's always willing to chew the fat. I appreciate him sharing his experience. I'm still learning but man I'm addicted.

    Then at the end of my day, I ran into USDA. Hadn't seen him in a while...that is always an entertaining visit. No surprise he's still crushing it. Dude just has a different gear and it's fucking awesome.


    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Will be the 630 coin toss tomorrow AM.
    Little in life gives me more stoke than waking up early, checking the snow gauge, and seeing fresh snow.

    Today will be fun.


  6. #15781
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    Set my line at +3" for BS and came up short, sure looks windy though.

    Maybe go skin up in Hyalite.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

    "Happiest years of my life were earning < $8.00 and hour, collecting unemployment every spring and fall, no car, no debt and no responsibilities. 1984-1990 Park City UT"

  7. #15782
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    Booked solid for work, BB should be good.

  8. #15783
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    Went bbowling today

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  10. #15785
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    2012 Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Wonderful soft snow today and lots of hot pow bumps!

    Side note: D route was skied off by 12 pm. Still had an amazing fun day and the stoke level was high, especially with the high schoolers who got out of class early today for finals.

    Damn this mountain has amazing skiers.

  11. #15786
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    2012 Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Skied prob around 2500’ on yellow this morning and conditions were incredible. Peaked into Titanic and got some good views of Wilson and Middle peak. Sun popped on the second lap and skied sparkle pow all the way into the drainage. Best skiing of the season for me hands down. Approach was not great and the drainage out was also not great but well worth the slogging. My head and body needed that big time. Dinner and wine are tasting good tonight. Feeling thankful.


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  12. #15787
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    Zero miles. Picking up tracks next week, then a couple weeks wait for conversion parts…then Big Belts.
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  13. #15788
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trackhead View Post
    Zero miles. Picking up tracks next week, then a couple weeks wait for conversion parts…then Big Belts.
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    Sweet. Room for 1?

  14. #15789
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    Quote Originally Posted by regct View Post
    Skied prob around 2500’ on yellow this morning and conditions were incredible. Peaked into Titanic and got some good views of Wilson and Middle peak. Sun popped on the second lap and skied sparkle pow all the way into the drainage. Best skiing of the season for me hands down. Approach was not great and the drainage out was also not great but well worth the slogging. My head and body needed that big time. Dinner and wine are tasting good tonight. Feeling thankful.


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    Sounds pretty damn nice.

  15. #15790
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    Found this posted online. I need to get up there.

    https://youtu.be/BbwUg1WFZC4


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  16. #15791
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    Oh and yesterday's BBowl vid was sweet. Nice work Bobby.

    I really dig the instagram still


  17. #15792
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Oh and yesterday's BBowl vid was sweet. Nice work Bobby.

    I really dig the instagram still

    Thanks,swimmy! That’s our boy Og working up a wave of white. Fun morning despite the first big lines at #9. Needed the 15% cream and inch of H2O.
    Buy the ticket...take the ride.

  18. #15793
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    Was about to go up for an afternoon shift at BB until this picture was sent to me

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  19. #15794
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Oh and yesterday's BBowl vid was sweet. Nice work Bobby.

    I really dig the instagram still

    Powder pole plants perfectly placed provide pleasure producing perma-grin.

  20. #15795
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Sweet. Room for 1?
    Seats three.

    No slow down at Showdown

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  21. #15796
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    I had a fine day of sliding around Lone Peak today. Got lucky and was waiting on the tram stairs as Patrol switched the Lenin, Marx, and Dictators signs to open. Had the best turns of the year so far down nearly untouched Marx. On lap 2 I ran into swimmy in the tram line (first time I've had to wait this year)-good to see you!

    I caught some funky clouds hanging out over the peak at the top of the headwaters hike later in the afternoon.Click image for larger version. 

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  22. #15797
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    ^^Nice pics man. Had a couple fun days at BS with the fam, got to do a couple tram laps with my daughters yesterday although we skipped the terrain openings today due to the line. Saw Leftyt today, him and his bro are finishing up a Montana tour that included Great Divide, Lost Trail, Discovery, Bridger, Big Sky, and tomorrow Snowbowl if they can recover from the shock of seeing the Bengals win. Always good to see that mag.

  23. #15798
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    Cleanup crew at Lost Trail today. They were fortunate enough to avoid the freeze/thaw conditions of the last week, and a foot+ or new over the week made conditions super rippable.

    Wall-to-wall traffic of course:

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    Quiz questions and prayer wheels:

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    And of course turns:

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    Hard to go wrong with the LT

  24. #15799
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    Quote Originally Posted by elesquiador View Post
    Got lucky and was waiting on the tram stairs as Patrol switched the Lenin, Marx, and Dictators signs to open. Had the best turns of the year so far down nearly untouched Marx.
    I fucked up by working today. Nice score.

  25. #15800
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    We must have been one behind you or with you. Damn fine skiing!


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