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  1. #301
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    I haven't posted any stoke in a while. Had some fun with a couple buddies in the aspens off Butler fork. Skiing pretty well.
    Always nice to get out of the valley. Eww.

    sigless.

  2. #302
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    Photo is on the ridge between Birthday Chutes and Tri Chutes, probably about 10,700'. Interestingly, the drifts on the Tri Chutes face itself were pretty welded. Some reactive drifts by Rainbow Peak as well.




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  4. #304
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    btw what's up with people putting skinners over cornices? saw a group remote triggered one yesterday and today from east bowl pass up to dav there's a track not 6" from a probably 2' overhung cornice. guess the instinct for self preservation isn't equally strong in all of us.

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    this weekend was great so here are a few more pics

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  8. #308
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    btw what's up with people putting skinners over cornices? saw a group remote triggered one yesterday and today from east bowl pass up to dav there's a track not 6" from a probably 2' overhung cornice. guess the instinct for self preservation isn't equally strong in all of us.
    When you got your headphones on and your head up your ass, you can't see to your left or right. I saw the same thing. Impressed how fast you guys get your weekend pics up. I just got them off my camera a few minutes ago.
    I demoed the TECH TALK JONG! pro model this spring and their performance was unparalleled which is good because I ski in a wedge most of the time - bendtheski, 2011

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    leviathan is back in grizzly, how long has it been?

  10. #310
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    leviathan is back in grizzly, how long has it been?
    Not sure, but I saw some folks hitting one of the gaps out there on Sunday... maybe pyramid? Around 9500' and SE of east bowl pass... and didn't look like a 150 footer. After one guy slammed into the wall I decided that my "stay on the ground mostly" approach to skiing is going to keep on working just fine for me

  11. #311
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    leviathan is back in grizzly, how long has it been?
    Is that the huge tombstone to wind lip step up? We came across that thing while coming down off flag saturday afternoon. Ginormous!

  12. #312
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    After a week or so of dealing with pneumonia and FOMOing over all the powder shots the plague broke and I ventured out into a foreign, almost alien world of deep snow and sun.

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    RIP Markus Fritz:
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    When life gives you haters, make haterade.

  13. #313
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    greeting to the wasatch, been skiing out here over the years, out here for the season. it snows out here, sometimes 300 inches in less than 2 months, go figure.

    if you know of, or are a solid carpenter, i just pulled the trigger on the van life, mobile command!

    i've done a few roofs and other construction, out in SLC and needing a lead w tools for a simple, solid and legit insulating, panel and trim work. have access to some tools. am thinking 25/30 per hr cash, 2 solid days should bang it out.

    plus beers, stories, food etc on me, let me know, i'm on bengal by the base of big. i can do it myself but a for- real solid person next to me would be nice, and is worth 500 cash for 2 solid days of work.

    thanks! looking at almost 60 days in by the end of this month. boom.

  14. #314
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    looks like way fun terrain. the other chute tomorrow?
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    sorry to hear about markus. condolences to his family

  15. #315
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    Quote Originally Posted by byates1 View Post
    greeting to the wasatch, been skiing out here over the years, out here for the season. it snows out here, sometimes 300 inches in less than 2 months, go figure.

    if you know of, or are a solid carpenter, i just pulled the trigger on the van life, mobile command!

    i've done a few roofs and other construction, out in SLC and needing a lead w tools for a simple, solid and legit insulating, panel and trim work. have access to some tools. am thinking 25/30 per hr cash, 2 solid days should bang it out.

    plus beers, stories, food etc on me, let me know, i'm on bengal by the base of big. i can do it myself but a for- real solid person next to me would be nice, and is worth 500 cash for 2 solid days of work.

    thanks! looking at almost 60 days in by the end of this month. boom.
    Skifishbum does have a job, but he would be the first I would try to enlist. Dude swings a hammer and I am sure has a ton of tools. He's not far from you and might let you do some work right in his driveway. Can't promise anything but.....
    http://www.firsttracksonline.com

    I wish i could be like SkiFishBum

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    Fun outing on Kessler yesterday. More extreme uphill travel techniques than im used to. Snow was a bit dense coming down but fun to get on a classic!
    "We're in the eye of a shiticane here Julian, and Ricky's a low shit system!" - Jim Lahey, RIP

    Former Managing Editor @ TGR, forever mag.

  17. #317
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    Got out to Spanish Fork Peak Sunday with gnarchived and two non-mags(to my knowledge). It did not suck. Great pow in sheltered areas, other areas, more breakable crust. Was pretty sweet going up into the clouds and above. Vis was terrible on the way down though.

    Song for the day:


    Getting above the clouds...


    I love pics of people as they get (near) the top...so much stoke and great attitudes...




    I don't always summit peaks in Utah county, but when I do, I prefer a beer


    it was so good, it deserved a photo without beer and myself:


    gnarchived feelin the burn




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    ^ spanish fork peak, nice work.

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    awesome pics skiATL

  20. #320
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Skifishbum does have a job, but he would be the first I would try to enlist. Dude swings a hammer and I am sure has a ton of tools. He's not far from you and might let you do some work right in his driveway. Can't promise anything but.....
    i'd like to help ya but i leave for bc and a week in the vallhalla hut in a week
    i'm not in the uphill shape i'd like to be
    i gots bucu l9 work and a furkid thats nearing the circle of life point

    hell yeahs dunfree i didn't name that dog after a peak and place of marginality

    mur satch stokes










    not a lot of instability a glide slide off the reed and benson ridgline

    vibes to the wow
    if your lurkin and need some gear hit up jh and ill donate
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
    "I find I have already had my reward, in the doing of the thing" - Buzz Holmstrom
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    ski on in eternal peace

  21. #321
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    awesome pics skiATL
    ditto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    i'd like to help ya but i leave for bc and a week in the vallhalla hut in a week
    i'm not in the uphill shape i'd like to be
    i gots bucu l9 work and a furkid thats nearing the circle of life point

    hell yeahs dunfree i didn't name that dog after a peak and place of marginality

    mur satch stokes










    not a lot of instability a glide slide off the reed and benson ridgline

    vibes to the wow
    if your lurkin and need some gear hit up jh and ill donate
    My apologies for offering your potential services...enjoy the trip..

    Really sorry to hear about the furkid. Ive had a tough run with that myself lately and the nearly 13 yr old is not looking good...

    Anyway... vibes..
    http://www.firsttracksonline.com

    I wish i could be like SkiFishBum

  23. #323
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    vibes to the wow
    if your lurkin and need some gear hit up jh and ill donate
    What happened to wow? He hasn't posted an ob since 1/3/17
    [X] Grind on the mind.

  24. #324
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    Its always a good day getting out with SFB



    This fucken thing had me crying for mamma today.



    Skintrack stoke



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    No instabilities noted throughout silver and days. Loud pow, surface whores and some good sluffs. Green avy light and blue skis such an awesome day. There is untracked to be found if you work for it. We did and found it. No action shots lets see what sfb digs out of that old point n shoot. Unemployment is growing on me. Lets do it again tomorrow!
    Bunny Don't Surf

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    Quote Originally Posted by criscam View Post
    ditto!
    Double dittos!
    Bunny Don't Surf

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