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  1. #1326
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    Hahahahaha no worries, I’m a worse date for sure. I had to live up to the new username though. Fuck this high pressure.
    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    Training carts are for jongs. I remember back when this forum had legit bull-fighters and not a bunch of posers.

  2. #1327
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jaynus View Post
    Hahahahaha no worries, I’m a worse date for sure. I had to live up to the new username though. Fuck this high pressure.
    I know, now regretting putting the bike away. I wish it would hurry up and fucking snow!

  3. #1328
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Artist Formerly Known as Leavenworth Skier View Post
    I know, now regretting putting the bike away. I wish it would hurry up and fucking snow!
    Its not my fault, i didnít put the boat up as the weather forecast changed from rain to just clouds and warm this weekend. I was sorta hoping that by leaving it out it would prompt a ton of snow...

  4. #1329
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    Trying to ride Beacon tomorrow, maybe that'll do it? Hard to know about these things--thin styrofoam snow above Lower Basin rolled just fine on Sunday. Did you move here with a snowblower TAFKALVS? That could be a problem.

  5. #1330
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    Quote Originally Posted by jono View Post
    Trying to ride Beacon tomorrow, maybe that'll do it? Hard to know about these things--thin styrofoam snow above Lower Basin rolled just fine on Sunday. Did you move here with a snowblower TAFKALVS? That could be a problem.
    I did but I promptly sold. No snow tires on the cars either. Should I start selling off powder skis?


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  6. #1331
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    Depends. Whatchagot?? Easy pickup in nidaho for the right something about 115x170....unless someone is going to bham anytime soon, then I'm out.

  7. #1332
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    Going to be at Schweitzer Saturday and Sunday morning getting the legs stretched out on the WROD if any other mags care to join.


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  8. #1333
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Artist Formerly Known as Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Going to be at Schweitzer Saturday and Sunday morning getting the legs stretched out on the WROD if any other mags care to join.


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    Wonít be there over the weekend but Monday or Wednesday will be fun!

  9. #1334
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    Saturday at Schweitzer had good slope conditions for a WROD... a good first day back on skis.

    Unfortunately I spent a good portion of Saturday afternoon and all of Sunday fighting a miserable stomach bug so I missed further WROD exploration this weekend.

    Might head up to Kootenay Pass next weekend if things are looking decent that direction.

  10. #1335
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    I was at Kootenay Pass a week ago, conditions were pretty decent. Coverage is good enough to ski treed high elevation areas where accumulation is deeper. I'm sure things have changed but north facing aspects were pretty wind stripped but south facing treed aspects had 4-6 of fluffy stuff on top of a protective crust

  11. #1336
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    2013/14 Inland PNW thread

    Mediocrity was found in the heart of the Aryan nation.

    Well attended event with @dhiler17 from from the thriving metropolis of Kellogg!

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  12. #1337
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    Looks like a strong day thatís got me jell-ey. Glad to see some homies out sliding

  13. #1338
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiLyft View Post
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    Thanks for the invite! Keep me posted when you make it to the superFUNd


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  14. #1339
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    Snow was pretty beat up by 10:30. Fun morning with the boys.

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  15. #1340
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    Up at schwiz today ó look for C&Ds with BBI sticker on helmet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiLyft View Post
    Up at schwiz today ó look for C&Ds with BBI sticker on helmet.


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    How is it?

  17. #1342
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    Community day was not bad at all, longest lift line was ~2 min. Lots of Jongís on piste but pretty munch everything was untouched in trees.

    The fog never lifted so the ridgeline was untouched ó I like visibility so I stayed on the lower chairs.

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    Snowing now as I leave!


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  18. #1343
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    Nice doooood!

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    yaaaassssss

  20. #1345
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    Skier from SoCal who might be up in Seattle for the holidays. Given that its pretty dry, where would be the best area to try and ski with the most coverage?

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    2013/14 Inland PNW thread

    Quote Originally Posted by abcdethan View Post
    Skier from SoCal who might be up in Seattle for the holidays. Given that its pretty dry, where would be the best area to try and ski with the most coverage?
    You have good timing as snow is finally falling. Dip into the PNW thread as they will have a handle on snow but crystal was the only ski hill open but this weekend Stevens and Baker should open.

    Snow in the PNW 2019-20
    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...d.php?t=330300

    Where are you staying?


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  22. #1347
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiLyft View Post
    You have good timing as snow is finally falling. Dip into the PNW thread as they will have a handle on snow but crystal was the only ski hill open but this weekend Stevens and Baker should open.

    Snow in the PNW 2019-20
    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...d.php?t=330300

    Where are you staying?


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    Fly into seattle and then get a cabin for a few days close to whichever resort has the best snow and terrain. Not that picky because beggars can't be choosers.

  23. #1348
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    Not sure about coverage at Crystal but over on that side seems like Mission is the best bet.

  24. #1349
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    Misson was clear and cold today, snow was not too bad for early season. Limited terrain as they are sitting maybe a 15in base so packed runs are it unless you feel lucky...and wear armor for knees and elbows! Crowds were ok, a lot of people were there trying to avoid the sat/sun crowd

  25. #1350
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    Mt Spokane opener was fun. Itíll need at lot more snow but it was great to get out and slide around.


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