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  1. #15151
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthop View Post
    Friday HH at Alter Cycles was an impressively good scene, it would be worth stopping by and asking because a Steve/Mason/Adam high five is at least worth some instagram cred.
    Those were the days! Those evenings are among the few things covid genuinely and directly ruined for Bozeman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RTR View Post
    Plenty of interesting options to explore in the Big Belts, there in your back yard. Can't wait to see what you find as I've only poked around over there at the end of hunting season/very beginning of ski season. Welcome. And Townsend will be interesting. Cheers.
    I hate crowds, and people, it suits me fine. We got here in July, have a sweet house, some land, family/kid love it. Good job. Future proof, already getting spill over from Bozeman people moving here. I don't do well with the fashion show city life folks. I prefer dusty trucks, rednecks, and people who can speak bluntly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredeagle View Post
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    Rolling 8 kids deep. Stoke level=high!! New Swifty is a game changer. That thing chews through the people. Landed a couple old man 3s, now I want to learn the iron cross 3, that would be sick. Hopefully if I type it out it will happen - haha. Feeling pretty blessed to have a pack of young stoked out shredders to ski with. They were keeping me fired up. They don't complain about skiing bumps, ice or rocks. Just having fun being on the mountain. All in all, pretty stoked on the opening weekend.
    Awesome, the Shredeagle ShredSquad!

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    There's weird stuff falling from the sky on BS webcams.

  5. #15155
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    There's weird stuff falling from the sky on BS webcams.
    Mount St. Helens must have erupted again.

  6. #15156
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    Pretty good rain here in 4 Corners. Suppose to hit 61 again on Wednesday. Webcam shows it puking on Andesite, was planning on working then getting some laps in tomorrow. May have to switch that up to ski, then work.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    The rain could be a good soaker for the bridgers, helping to give us a nice ice crust in the mix


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Webcam shows it puking on Andesite, was planning on working then getting some laps in tomorrow. May have to switch that up to ski, then work.
    About a half inch of wet snow here at 6800 feet and still snowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERIOR View Post
    The rain could be a good soaker for the bridgers, helping to give us a nice ice crust in the mix


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    Just gotta seal that freshness in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    Just gotta seal that freshness in...
    *chefs kiss

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    Dragged my ass up to the hill to try and knock the rust off. Tippy's was good, Mr. K was, well, Mr K. Kinda boring but well covered. Upper Morning Star was actually decent, the Bowl was the firmest natural snow I think I have ever skied.

    Ran into a lot of familiar faces and had a good enough time. Going to be sore tomorrow.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Dragged my ass up to the hill to try and knock the rust off. Tippy's was good, Mr. K was, well, Mr K. Kinda boring but well covered. Upper Morning Star was actually decent, the Bowl was the firmest natural snow I think I have ever skied.

    Ran into a lot of familiar faces and had a good enough time. Going to be sore tomorrow.
    Yup. I have skied worse snow for sure. Going skiing today was better than bitching about it online. Always good to get the legs dialed now instead of waiting until the first good snow day in December and be smoked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    the Bowl was the firmest natural snow I think I have ever skied.
    Wow I imagine you have skied more than your share of coral. I have yet to knock off the rust of the skis because of other commitments.

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    That was the odd part, usually its firm and rough and coral reef like cause the wind hammered it and then it was pounded with slides from Alto.

    I think the Bowl snow today was rained on and sun beaten for the past month or more and maybe wind polished a little. The base was kind of smooth and really firm with 3-4" of pushed around snow from last nights fast mover. I felt like I could sink an edge in the man made on Tippys and ride that, the Bowl, not really.
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    Sounds like conditions will be great in the bowl with this sun and warm temperatures the next few days!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    I think the Bowl snow today was rained on and sun beaten for the past month or more and maybe wind polished a little.

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    Need buckets, nets, all hands!!

    Dam failure at Hebgen!!!

    Super low flows, fish stranded, calling all help!

    If you can show up, please do, the Madison trout need help now!

    Bring your bucket, net, anything to help these stranded fish...

    check fwp for updates...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexi-Bell View Post
    Need buckets, nets, all hands!!

    Dam failure at Hebgen!!!

    Super low flows, fish stranded, calling all help!

    If you can show up, please do, the Madison trout need help now!

    Bring your bucket, net, anything to help these stranded fish...

    check fwp for updates...
    Yikes! Looks pretty bad. Those Upper Madison fishing guides have had some bad luck the last few years between COVID, fish kills and now this.

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    Just back from the Madison Valley, the river is flowing again.

    WTF? Is everyone moving to Montana? Was over there looking at a project for a highly placed D politician. Something tells me he may not be very welcome as a Big D in the Trump County small town that is Ennis.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Bring your mountain bike


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Just back from the Madison Valley, the river is flowing again.

    WTF? Is everyone moving to Montana? Was over there looking at a project for a highly placed D politician. Something tells me he may not be very welcome as a Big D in the Trump County small town that is Ennis.
    Ehh, I'd bet a dollar this gentleman couldn't care less how welcome he is. Does anyone?
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    some sort of snow event for monday ish. will bridger open on time? warm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by byates1 View Post
    some sort of snow event for monday ish. will bridger open on time? warm!
    Id bet on Big Sky opening a few more runs, and Bridger struggling to pack down whatever snow falls with cats.

    Cooler weather next week is a good thing! Maybe even a bigger storm on the horizon for later in the week.

    https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClic...9#.YalYhiVHbDt

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    I'm hoping the storm coming Monday night produces, it's looking pretty bleak at bridger, worse than last year by a long shot...

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    Heard a rumor that the Big Sky tram access packs will not be sold anymore after this Saturday. So if you're going that route ($50 a day) vs. the auto-charge route (probably going to be $80 a day once the skiing gets good) better purchase in the next couple days.

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    So you don't forget, call before Midnight tonight!
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