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  1. #101
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    I thought the inland nw only had backcountry advisories posted once a week from areas no one skis?

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    Nice observations. Wish I would have been able to make it to Silver yesterday to catch a few laps with ya. Met up with SpokaneMike today and ripped a few laps with him. Good dude/great skier and knows Silver very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevino View Post
    I thought the inland nw only had backcountry advisories posted once a week from areas no one skis?
    come on bro, you know all the real INW bc skiers ski 'da schweitzer sidecountry!

    there were 3 cars park on the northside of the bridge this morning at lookout and a skinner to the top! seems like a rarity that I don't get the pleasure of breakin' trail.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    Nice observations. Wish I would have been able to make it to Silver yesterday to catch a few laps with ya. Met up with SpokaneMike today and ripped a few laps with him. Good dude/great skier and knows Silver very well.
    sent ya a PM with my number so maybe we can link up in ddaaaa future for a tour or resort shred.

  4. #104
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    Wait you guys r making fun of the fact that we are a little backwater mountain zone?....just the way we like it.. Oh and thanks for the report, how were the turns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRUTAH View Post
    come on bro, you know all the real INW bc skiers ski 'da schweitzer sidecountry!
    Hey, I resemble that remark! Everyone knows we're core...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiller View Post
    Wait you guys r making fun of the fact that we are a little backwater mountain zone?....just the way we like it.. Oh and thanks for the report, how were the turns?
    Mainly, we were referencing a little inside joke about the effectiveness of the panhandle avy center since they cover a HUGE area and only update once a week, but I do VERY MUCH APPRECIATE the work those guys do and know the limits of their resources. Turns were alright, snow was pretty wind affected, kinda like skiing whipped cream cheese. but still a whole lotta fun!!!
    Last edited by BRUTAH; 01-14-2014 at 11:35 PM.

  7. #107
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevino View Post
    I thought the inland nw only had backcountry advisories posted once a week from areas no one skis?
    "areas no one skis" ... isn't that the entire INW bc?

    Quote Originally Posted by BRUTAH View Post
    there were 3 cars park on the northside of the bridge this morning at lookout and a skinner to the top! seems like a rarity that I don't get the pleasure of breakin' trail.
    Did anyone carry your skis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumski View Post
    "areas no one skis" ... isn't that the entire INW bc?



    Did anyone carry your skis?
    nope, but i'm pretty sure it was the same tele skier I ran into last year who took offense to my 'tele-free wasatch' sticker

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRUTAH View Post
    nope, but i'm pretty sure it was the same tele skier I ran into last year who took offense to my 'tele-free wasatch' sticker
    I wonder if it's the same tele skier that is working on the Mt Spokane uphill policy.

  10. #110
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    hello sunshine




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    Quote Originally Posted by kevino View Post
    hello sunshine



    Your pictures suck Kevino. You should go somewhere prettier.

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    this years igloo is just past the bc gate at the top of ridge run at schweitzer. looks like it won't be burried anytime soon so take your kids out there for a visit. go through the gate then down and to the left, its maybe 100 feet out of bounds


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    Tour partner getting the perfect corn on SE aspect above Glidden Lakes this weekend.

    Steep NW chutes also stable and skied. Had a hard time getting any fracture in our pit. 115cm depth at 6550' NW

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    Nice man!

    Hey High Pressure, FUCK YOU!!!!

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    got up to whitefish to kick it with kevino. fun was had.

    first we hung out at this lookout for a couple of hours.....



    finally after someone pooped out the sun, our objective came into view..... Mt Brown



    we failed to summit, since we didn't have the proper equipment nor time. Nor did it look skiable from the summit, so zack shredded some hoar



    there might not have been great snow but our exit down to synder creek was both fun and sporty!



    who says there is no jibbin' in the bc?? kevino grind'n some rails



    it got wintery on sunday and we again failed to summit, but found some nice turns on the way down elk mountain.



    great weekend, thanks to kevino and zack for drivin' me around and breaking trail all weekend! also props to kevino for taking me to the train station at 2 in the morn as my train was slightly delayed
    Last edited by BRUTAH; 01-27-2014 at 12:21 PM.

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    ^Sweet, cool pics.

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    'twas a good weekend indeed




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    Quote Originally Posted by BRUTAH View Post
    got up to whitefish to kick it with kevino. fun was had.
    How much easier was it this weekend, putting your boots on in walk mode?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumski View Post
    How much easier was it this weekend, putting your boots on in walk mode?
    FIRST your grammar is horrible, that sentence doesn't merit a comma.

    SECOND, you were right. it doesn't mater how you put on your boots. I will continue to put them on in ski mode though.

    THIRD, the reason your boots have slop is because you ski in the back seat.

    anymore questions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRUTAH View Post
    FIRST your grammar is horrible, that sentence doesn't merit a comma.
    Audiobooks don't pronounce punctuation well. It was either that or 3 dots...

    Quote Originally Posted by BRUTAH View Post
    SECOND, you were right. it doesn't mater how you put on your boots. I will continue to put them on in ski mode though.
    And I will continue to hike in ski mode and ski with skins on.

    [QUOTE=BRUTAH;4169259]THIRD, the reason your boots have slop is because you ski in the back seat.

    Back seat is still a seat.

    Quote Originally Posted by BRUTAH View Post
    anymore questions?
    Why aren't you skiing powder right now?

    Ps: good job in Montana! Well, besides not summiting anything...

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    Anybody ski Schweitzer today? Still goods left for tomorrow? Ski free Friday is always a cluster...

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    Yes. Yes. And..........yes.

    Feel a little bad saying a day in 7" over boilerplate was good, but it really wasn't bad anywhere and I laid first tracks in several obvious stashes after noon, so considering the way the year has gone I'll take it. Wind was starting up in the afternoon, so probably fresh drifts/more freshies out of the trees for tomorrow. But yeah, it's going to be a mess. Maybe there's some sidecountry?

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    49 tomorrow, anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourbonisgood View Post
    Anybody ski Schweitzer today? Still goods left for tomorrow? Ski free Friday is always a cluster...
    I 2nd Jono's reply. It was good...not awesome. The hard base seemed more noticeable in front, but the back was pretty good. I took 1 run off Stella to get back to 6, and even it was better than I would have thought. I didn't make it over to the Triple.

    Thanks for the reminder about Free Friday...I had completely forgotten about it! I had planned to hit it again tomorrow, and your post saved me the aggravation. I'll skip it and keep up with the Kardashians instead. Leftovers on Sunday and next week should be alright...
    "Now, if any of you homos touch me...and I'll kill ya." - Private Francis Soyer

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    last three days have been good. hope you've gotten some, snow is still soft, light n fluffy



    I make my girl dig trenches

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