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  1. #14926
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    i see myself xc skiing near west yellowstone w 20 lbs of glop attached to each ski that are as dry as the sahara

    damn, now calling for up to a foot in bozeman. prob ski LMR for the next couple days
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  2. #14927
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    2012 Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    I have to go to work for two weeks, so somebody do me a favor and post the Bridger bowl WebCam pic showing the first mad rush to ski grass and dirt.

    Ps. October has delivered before!

  3. #14928
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    Driving the canyon will be fun today. Snow looks wet as to be expected.

  4. #14929
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    At least the pavement was pretty warm, tomorrow with be the bitch. Doesn't help that I had to drive down there on Saturday and Sunday to look at construction sites already struggling due to rain on Thursday and Friday.

    Fuck it, this is the life I have chosen, bring on winter I guess.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

  5. #14930
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    Everyone has had a pretty good seven months weather wise for building, they shouldn't be crying that much.

  6. #14931
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    I moved here in September 2008. In October I was working on a job downtown when the first snow came. Walking into the jobsite I joked, "what's this white shit on the ground?". Guy I was with replied, "we call this the welcome mat, cali boy."

    I'm thinking of all the new residents out there white knuckling it this morning.

  7. #14932
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    Everyone has had a pretty good seven months weather wise for building, they shouldn't be crying that much.
    Didn't see or hear much crying. Most every site I went to was vacant. Somehow everyone was surprised by the snowstorm.

    Drive sucked to Beckman Flats with lots of people managing to drive off the road. Once past there is was not bad. Biggest gripe was my antenna on my truck kept icing and then it would gyrate wildly. Back home now watching the Braves/Brewers.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

  8. #14933
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    Yeah, the canyon wasn't too bad this am. Nice and wet now to freeze hard tonight. At Home Depot this AM the three other people in line were bundled up big time (shit it was barely freezing) and buying snow shovels.

  9. #14934
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    F'ing Texans

    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    At Home Depot this AM the three other people in line were bundled up big time (shit it was barely freezing) and buying snow shovels.

  10. #14935
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    Bring it, I'm ready

  11. #14936
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    Party on, Wayne!

    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CU5_3Kf...dium=copy_link

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  12. #14937
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnar_Shralp406 View Post


    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

  13. #14938
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnar_Shralp406 View Post
    Party on, Wayne!

    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CU5_3Kf...dium=copy_link

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    Was that also you with the totally ruined ski posted on IG yesterday? Someone dry docked HARD.

  14. #14939
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Was that also you with the totally ruined ski posted on IG yesterday? Someone dry docked HARD.
    That was from last October.

    This October will be different



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  15. #14940
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    Didn’t hit anything this morning but only skied down from mid station. Pretty dense

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  16. #14941
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted26 View Post
    Didnít hit anything this morning but only skied down from mid station. Pretty dense

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    What was the storm total?

  17. #14942
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    Hard to say what the total is, no remote stations up and online yet at BB. Down south the Y/C station is reading 11.0" but it seemed to snow more to the north than down in Big Scree country. One thing for certain is that it is dense snow. Suppose to be 40s & 50s by Saturday, get it while you can.

    North facing and protected areas have their 1st layer, south and west will probably go bare again.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

  18. #14943
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    BS says 16 inches at the Headwaters stake FWIW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    BS says 16 inches at the Headwaters stake FWIW.
    Drove up to the top of Olsen Creek Rd yesterday. Iíd say there was at least a foot up there.


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  20. #14945
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    BS says 16 inches at the Headwaters stake FWIW.
    I could believe that. I heard there were isolated ares north of Dillon that easily got 20".
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

  21. #14946
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    Yeah looked like it varied quite a bit. Down lower in Mountain Village not all that much snow. Maybe 8 or so inches, but the sun almost popped out today and you could see into the lower bowl and it looked pretty freaking deep up there.

  22. #14947
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    2012 Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Report from the West side of the Tobacco Roots: 6-8 inches at 8,500í by yesterday afternoon.

    Snow was drifting in 2-4 feet on the foothills benches.

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  23. #14948
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERIOR View Post
    Report from the West side of the Tobacco Roots: 6-8 inches at 8,500’ by yesterday afternoon.

    Snow was drifting in 2-4 feet on the foothills benches.

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    Looking at snotels it looks like the tobacco roots got hit the hardest with 28'' at albro lake @ 8300 feet.

  24. #14949
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    Well I was gonna try and sneak a last mtb ride at curly but looks like I'll throw the split in and take a walk instead. Hopefully all the college kids and coloradbros are sticking to the bridgers. (Not actually expecting turns).

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  25. #14950
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    Not a bad view above the chop saw this morning.



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