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  1. #76
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    https://www.mountain-forecast.com/pe...forecasts/3426
    Hope Tline would spin a lift next week.
    yepper

  2. #77
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    Quick split mission yday morning at Sunrise. Didnít turn to mashed potatoes till I got to the top of Avalanche. Fun enough.

    Plus I mounted my split bindings with the straps to the inside.

    First days are funny
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
    You know what to do

  3. #78
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    HRM chair to open at 8:30 to get more people parking away from the main lot that don't need equipment or lessons. It may turn into a clusterfuck on a powder day.
    https://www.skihood.com/about-us/meadows-blog

  4. #79
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    HRM chair to open at 8:30 to get more people parking away from the main lot that don't need equipment or lessons. It may turn into a clusterfuck on a powder day.
    https://www.skihood.com/about-us/meadows-blog
    this should be fun to hear about

  5. #80
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    Tline telemetry shows 8 inches at the lodge. That's 8 inches OF RAIN.
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    The Hardest Workin' Man in Snow-Business

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    2017/2018 ofishul orygun thread

    Damn. We got 2" here overnight just SW or EUG

  7. #82
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    NWAC's slick, but somehwat hidden, accumulated precipitation table shows Tline Lodge picking-up 12.8" of water since noon Thurs
    http://www.nwac.us/data-portal/accum...precipitation/
    "Pay your nickel and take your chances"
    "they don't groom Alpental, they just move shit around."

  8. #83
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    He lives! How are you recovering? You and the fam coming to Bachy this season?
    Yes sir, we have at least 2 trips planned. I will keep you apprised.

    Recovery... I probably will have a bit of ongoing numbness in my left index finger, but nothing that warrants surgery. Maybe it'll diminish over time, but I can't complain either way. I've been able to do what I want to do around the house (digging post holes with a jack hammer, roofing, flooring, drywall work). More sore more easily, but fully functional.



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  9. #84
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    Happy to hear that, well except for the numbness. No need for surgery unless numbness causes you to drop stuff all the time.

    Lookin forward to skiing and feasting with you and the fam this winter.
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  10. #85
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    In other matters...Any of you Bend maggots want to claim the unmounted Wren 108s in the shop at Skjeersaas?
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  11. #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    HRM chair to open at 8:30 to get more people parking away from the main lot that don't need equipment or lessons. It may turn into a clusterfuck on a powder day.
    https://www.skihood.com/about-us/meadows-blog
    I see most people getting in one hrm lap then waiting for shooting star to open. Why not just open the whole mountain at 8:00 like the old days?

  12. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattig View Post
    Yes sir, we have at least 2 trips planned. I will keep you apprised.

    Recovery... I probably will have a bit of ongoing numbness in my left index finger, but nothing that warrants surgery. Maybe it'll diminish over time, but I can't complain either way. I've been able to do what I want to do around the house (digging post holes with a jack hammer, roofing, flooring, drywall work). More sore more easily, but fully functional.



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    I am glad to hear recovery has been good. Sorry to hear about the numbness, but could have been worse. A CRAZY deal that was. I told the family about it, they all send their thoughts for a full recovery. My little guy is STOKED to ski with your not so little guy!!!

    Damn...cannot wait to get up there!!!

  13. #88
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    2017/2018 ofishul orygun thread

    Quote Originally Posted by tenB View Post
    I see most people getting in one hrm lap then waiting for shooting star to open. Why not just open the whole mountain at 8:00 like the old days?
    I assumed that patrol would clear the hill by 8:30a and star would be open

    But maybe thatís naive

    If weíre really confined to HRM, Iím not sure that will satisfy the core riders that would be likely to rush to get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    I assumed that patrol would clear the hill by 8:30a and star would be open

    But maybe that’s naive

    If we’re really confined to HRM, I’m not sure that will satisfy the core riders that would be likely to rush to get there.
    If i'm in line at 8 (which I usually am) I'm not there to ski back down to HRM. If at least Star isn't running or gates aren't open, then it's somewhat of a waste.
    "All men are frauds. The only difference between them is that some admit it. I myself deny it."

  15. #90
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    Quote Originally Posted by tenB View Post
    Why not just open the whole mountain at 8:00 like the old days?
    Go ask the first pro patroller you see at MHM this question. Make sure you have your GoPro on and facing toward them when you do. Post footage here.
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    Interesting. What size & '17 or '18?
    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    In other matters...Any of you Bend maggots want to claim the unmounted Wren 108s in the shop at Skjeersaas?

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    189s.
    They had the topsheet shown on the website, so guessing this years. Looked to be getting mounted. Didn't spend too much time with them - not right to fondle another mans virgin skis without permission.
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    I see. Thought you were saying, a pair for sale..
    W108 next on my radar

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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    I see. Thought you were saying, a pair for sale..
    W108 next on my radar
    I am in need of new ski's, and am leaning this direction also. My snowboard will still happen for the big days, but my current 86" underfoot is not adequate for powder days. (It could be my skills too...) 108 seems to be about right...who knows though. I plan to demo!

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    Please pardon the polite interruption, Bendites...

    I just relieved gepmeow of his old Tychoons. Is anyone planning a trip to the Seattle area in the next few weeks? I'd like to find a ride for these skis if possible.

    Thanks

  21. #96
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    I'll be traveling down and back from Seattle first week in December unless Bachy spins before thanksgiving. Let me know if you want to keep that as a working option..

    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Please pardon the polite interruption, Bendites...

    I just relieved gepmeow of his old Tychoons. Is anyone planning a trip to the Seattle area in the next few weeks? I'd like to find a ride for these skis if possible.

    Thanks

  22. #97
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    Hitting up Hood Tomorrow! Getting as high as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Please pardon the polite interruption, Bendites...

    I just relieved gepmeow of his old Tychoons. Is anyone planning a trip to the Seattle area in the next few weeks? I'd like to find a ride for these skis if possible.

    Thanks
    Enjoy - Tychoons are my daily driver at MtB. First convo with Gepmeow started "hey, nice skis".

    They are damp and stable, great for everything except ice and 6"+. Fun to put em on edge for fast big-radius turns. Rocks fear being crushed by their bases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    I'll be traveling down and back from Seattle first week in December unless Bachy spins before thanksgiving. Let me know if you want to keep that as a working option..
    Yes, that sounds great! Thanks, man.
    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Enjoy - Tychoons are my daily driver at MtB. First convo with Gepmeow started "hey, nice skis".

    They are damp and stable, great for everything except ice and 6"+. Fun to put em on edge for fast big-radius turns. Rocks fear being crushed by their bases.
    Word.

  25. #100
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    HRM chair to open at 8:30 to get more people parking away from the main lot that don't need equipment or lessons. It may turn into a clusterfuck on a powder day.
    https://www.skihood.com/about-us/meadows-blog
    F this, stay over in main. Hood River folks do not need any more 2wd non-chain wearing slow driving wrecks waiting to happen continuing over the pass in their direction.

    I also see this as negatively impacting the number of doughnuts completed in the hrm lot prior to parking. People, this is no bueno.

    Whats the over under on the number of x country skiers headed to teacup rear-ending people trying to turn into hrm on a powder day?

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