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  1. #7751
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Hmmm, looks like Aspen/Snowmass equivalent of a BS Gold Pass does include an Ikon Base Pass for 19/20 with NO increase in early bird pricing. Our Gold goes up like $300 and we get a bunch of crap benefits. Just pour more gas on the fire!

    https://www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-y...-passes/passes
    Move to Aspen?

  2. #7752
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    JHMR is now also including a base level IKON pass with purchase of the Grand Pass.

    I do NOT expect Big Sky to follow suit.

  3. #7753
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    I know I'm not a local, but Big Sky is really screwing you over. Thats a shitty way to treat the folks that truly support the resort. Sorry, guys.

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  4. #7754
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not bunion View Post
    JHMR is now also including a base level IKON pass with purchase of the Grand Pass.

    I do NOT expect Big Sky to follow suit.
    Wow

  5. #7755
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    Just sent TM a polite email asking if Big Sky will follow suit. Tmiddleton@bigskyresort.com

  6. #7756
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    2012 SW Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Smoke shack tour on Tuesday was a blast, although very challenging conditions. Boilerplate ice in many spots. I don't remember how many shacks we visited, but a relaxing way to spend time on the mountain.

    Participants:
    Harry
    Djongo
    Talisman
    MiCol

    One of the more interesting shacks was the Styled Shack off Mr, K. Two stories, so we mags occupied the first floor (with 2 sofa's) while a younger crowd upstairs partied liked it was 1999.

    Photo by MiCol: Shawn's Shack (off Ambush Glades). Beautiful view from here. This shack even has a gas grill.
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    Finished the day with a burger and a beer at Scissorbills.

    My phone died early on, so i don't have many photos.
    Last edited by Harry; 04-03-2019 at 08:19 AM.
    "Zee damn fat skis are ruining zee piste !" -Oscar Schevlin

    "Hike up your skirt and grow a dick you fucking crybaby" -what Bunion said to Harry at the top of The Headwaters

  7. #7757
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    2012 SW Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Everyone was a winner, participation awards were given out:
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    Props to nutmegchoi for the T-shirts
    Last edited by Harry; 04-03-2019 at 08:19 AM.
    "Zee damn fat skis are ruining zee piste !" -Oscar Schevlin

    "Hike up your skirt and grow a dick you fucking crybaby" -what Bunion said to Harry at the top of The Headwaters

  8. #7758
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    Just sent TM a polite email asking if Big Sky will follow suit. Tmiddleton@bigskyresort.com
    Same same, although I am not sure how polite mine was.

  9. #7759
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    A few pix: Djongo inspecting modern construction techniques and stickers from an earlier Blue Room visit. The black "I skied with Harry" shirt was a wonderful surprise.
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  10. #7760
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    The resorts official shot ski still has evidence of last years BBI

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    "Zee damn fat skis are ruining zee piste !" -Oscar Schevlin

    "Hike up your skirt and grow a dick you fucking crybaby" -what Bunion said to Harry at the top of The Headwaters

  11. #7761
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    ^^^had a blast with you guys, i found the cat and 2 j's in one of my pockets after i got home...will drop off later....
    thanks for the shirt, im either having it framed or made into a seat cover....
    My Company: Made in Colorado SKi Clothing- check it out

    Last year for 'Threads for Shreds' jacket trade in program!
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    20% Maggot Discount Code = 'MAGGOT20'

  12. #7762
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    Met nest and Djongo about 11 and headed to the peak. Spent a pleasant 45 minutes hanging out waiting for our Snowfield slot. Decent conditions, fun run. Knee tweakage led DJ to call it for the day, bummer dude hope you are okay. Nest and I then hiked Headwaters to ski Class 6 after I made him promise I wouldn't die. Great snow in there though, a few inches on chalk and we were the first ones down it. Nest then headed into the backcountry and I did a couple meh tram laps. Thus endeth the gnar tour. It was a fun day and many thanks to nest for showing me Class 6. DJ looking forward to skiing you next time.

    Pics: Nest and Djongo turning their backs when I said I was taking a photo (no respect!); Djongo on the direct snowfield finish; Moonlight shack stop after the run. New shack for me!
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  13. #7763
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    Thanks fellas for a good time, especially Harry for hosting, partying and giving me some new clothes.

    Knee hurts but no probs, life goes on. Plan on skiing with all you nuts again next season.

    Hut tour was most excellent and gnar tour was gnarly. Sweet skiing my brothers!!!

    Disappointed to leave early but was right move...

  14. #7764
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    ^^Right on dude, nice hanging with you. I need to stop being lame and get down to JH next year and ski your mountain and get the Djongo tour. That must happen.

  15. #7765
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djongo Unchained View Post
    Thanks fellas for a good time, especially Harry for hosting, partying and giving me some new clothes.

    Knee hurts but no probs, life goes on. Plan on skiing with all you nuts again next season.

    Hut tour was most excellent and gnar tour was gnarly. Sweet skiing my brothers!!!

    Disappointed to leave early but was right move...
    Great to hear that you had a good time in BS, sorry I missed you this time.

    So this means that I have a free BB ticket to give away. If anyone is interested, PM me, there is not much time left...

  16. #7766
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not bunion View Post
    Same same, although I am not sure how polite mine was.
    My reply said "thanks for feedback" and "we're working on lots of things." It was too short to be a form letter lol.

    Hoping "lots of things" is for real.

  17. #7767
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    Today the corn harvest started early today with the rain/snow staying above freezing overnight and early sun. Not many people we out, so a laid back day. Most lifts were ski on and the tram was a one car wait and ski to the stairs.

  18. #7768
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    Yeah, pretty nice lazy day for me. Groomers were primed with a couple inches of cowboy pow on Andesite this morning, very few skiers. Extreme roofing happening on the summit.

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  19. #7769
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    March was a kind of a bust. April so far is not that thrilling.

    Edit to add. It was worth the drive down today, got 2 North Summit laps in decent conditions.

    Snow started to seize back up near the end 2:30ish. Not super crowded.
    Last edited by Not bunion; 04-06-2019 at 06:26 PM.

  20. #7770
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    Bridger today was, uh, special. Ridge closed and all the snow inbounds was beyond grabby. Apparently it was gaper day - if only I'd known, I've got a purple onesie that's perfect for that sort of occasion. On the upside, brought home my mug from the Griz.

    Maybe the wrong sentiment around here, but boy, I'm ready for a season that isn't winter.

  21. #7771
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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    Bridger today was, uh, special. Ridge closed and all the snow inbounds was beyond grabby. Apparently it was gaper day - if only I'd known, I've got a purple onesie that's perfect for that sort of occasion. On the upside, brought home my mug from the Griz.

    Maybe the wrong sentiment around here, but boy, I'm ready for a season that isn't winter.
    Some good spring slush skiing over on Schlas Vegas. But ya, suuuuuuper grabby elsewhere and on anything low angle.

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  22. #7772
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    Was actually trying to be winter at Big Sky today. Crack of 1pm start. Did some marginal laps with MiCol, soft but not great and then it started to dump and dropped like 15 degrees in a matter of minutes. Galactic was great as usual tough.


    I think I am over it. Taking the bike to UT for the week. I need some sun.

  23. #7773
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    My season ended around a month ago due to accumulated injuries, and I've never been more ready for winter to be over in my life. Sorry to hear the skiing hasn't been great, but selfishly I'm glad I'm not missing much.

    I hope you guys get a few more awesome days in this year though.

  24. #7774
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    Vibes to those who are burned out and/or injured. I'm looking forward to skiing the next couple weeks and sure hope the forecast holds.

  25. #7775
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    Today's report = coral reef with 2 inches of cat vomit on top. Plus low viz.
    "Zee damn fat skis are ruining zee piste !" -Oscar Schevlin

    "Hike up your skirt and grow a dick you fucking crybaby" -what Bunion said to Harry at the top of The Headwaters

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