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  1. #901
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Somebody fell off the Sunrise chair this afternoon. Right at tower 1
    Not OAS@SRXW/TBS
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  2. #902
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    May be headed to meadows on Tuesday if these storms pan out.

    Any line on discount tickets?

  3. #903
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    2017/2018 ofishul orygun thread

    If you are skiing with a passholder, they should have a “buddy ticket” which is $20 off a window ticket, or even a free pass (depends on passholder)
    Last edited by acinpdx; 01-21-2018 at 05:54 PM. Reason: No liftopia

  4. #904
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    thanks man

    I only know one person with a pass, and I'd gladly pay $20 to not ski with him

    I'm gonna make a sign and post up in the parking lot

  5. #905
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    Only other thought is if someone on here had those vouchers from the movies this fall...I thought there were some midweek deals in those

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    2017/2018 ofishul orygun thread

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  7. #907
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    Bachelor was nice today. I had forgotten what soft snow felt like. cloudchaser ftw. northwest drops tomorrow. enjoy!

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  8. #908
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    Anybody have any beta for me? Specifically: how are the trees at meadows around 6-5k? Still a minefield? I'm headed up tomorrow and trying to do something other than the usual tline tour. I had some great turns last year south of MHM below treeline.... But I suspect we still don't have the snowpack for it. Hope everyone had a great weekend!
    The Hardest Workin' Man in Snow-Business

  9. #909
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    MHM still looked thin on Sat

  10. #910
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    Emergency plumbing kept me at home today. Back at it tomorrow.
    Night skiing Sat was nice for me at TLine. I could tell it had been a crowded day.

  11. #911
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    We know the weather patterns are getting more serious when they look like some sort of T-Rex/Dragon hybrid...





    Best the east coast can manage is this lousy sea cow...



    i don't do drugs... this is all natural.
    Last edited by mattig; 01-22-2018 at 05:38 PM.

  12. #912
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    LOL
    PE, Mechanical Engineering
    University of Bridger Bowl Alumnus
    Alpental Creeper

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    ^^^ no images for me in either app or web

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    That was awesmome Mattig!

    In other news: "We'll give Northwest another chance tomorrow, assuming weather and conditions permit."

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    They showed for me earlier. You could have Zaffino's contract if his boss sees what you are capable of Mattig...

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    ^^^ no images for me in either app or web
    Fixed


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  17. #917
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    FR, flat light all the good stuff. New snow and fun. Skiing it's an outdoor sport. Top CC.....
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  18. #918
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    lol, it's sideways!

    it's from all those railed turns!
    Last edited by acinpdx; 01-22-2018 at 06:57 PM. Reason: at first, i was just giving you shit cuz whiteout...but it really IS sideways

  19. #919
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    hopefully saving nw for saturday!!! i bet it pops before...

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    Or toooo many beers. NW never opened today nor Outback. It's so good to have coverage on the mt. Time for a nap.
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  21. #921
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    Fog makes for tough pix but
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
    You know what to do

  22. #922
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tap View Post
    Fog makes for tough pix but
    Nam nam...i need some of that

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  23. #923
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    Had a great day of endless pow on Sunday, on Red Chair, at Bachelor! The notice that Outback, Northwest, Pine and Sky were not running led to a perfect Red Chair day. I think most everybody either stayed home or went over to ski Crowd Chaser, Rainbow, and Sunrise. This eventually produced a magic moment....

    The morning crowd was horrific so I ate breakfast and killed time waiting for the mob to thin. I didn't start skiing until noon and had a fantastic day! The snow was amazing and it kept serving up refills. Lift lines were minimal and the people were spread out, so the slopes were not crowded. The coverage was good (much better than it was on Outback the next day). Did a lot of tree skiing with out breaking any skis this time. THANK you RED CHAIR! SAVED THE DAY ONCE AGAIN!

    Monday was a paltry joke in comparison.

    SO GLAD TO HAVE FRESHIES AGAIN!!!
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    Any MHM patrol types lurking here? It’s a long shot but seeing that HRM re-opened and the snow-base at lower elevation predicted to grow in next few days, what is the chance of Heather opening after this storm cycle? ...I haven’t used my MHM season pass yet, except at Baker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boar2m View Post
    Any MHM patrol types lurking here? It’s a long shot but seeing that HRM re-opened and the snow-base at lower elevation predicted to grow in next few days, what is the chance of Heather opening after this storm cycle? ...I haven’t used my MHM season pass yet, except at Baker.
    not patrol, but the snow elevation is bouncing around and it goes up next weekend
    i think we're still a ways out for heather

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