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  1. #4251
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    i don't really have a go to as the cooks at work typically hook us up with some fairly authentic tacos on a weekly basis.

    I love the breakfast burrito at verde but don't really feel like i'm eating mexican when I have it.
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  2. #4252
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    Yesterday (6.22.19) the Meiss Lake Ski and Ride Ridge was tasty bueno. Snow conditions were super smooth on all aspects; light dimpling, but no suncups.
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    Danke gracias for the grub recs!
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  3. #4253
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    I do like Frescana I eat there about once a month, it is on the pricey side. Last year they had live music on occasion outside. Couple days ago I got one of my favorites when Iím hungry after a long adventure, there Relleno Burger is huge and tasty.

    For cheaper eats but pretty good Iíll stop at Brothers, just east of the Y on 50.

  4. #4254
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    Brothers is my go to when in SLT. Cheap, decent and nice salsa bar.

  5. #4255
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    OFFICIAL TAHOE 18/19 STOKE, CONDITIONS, WEATHER THREAD

    I misfired, brothers was what I meant, not ďRobertos.Ē Itís been too long.
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  6. #4256
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    Roberto's is in Mammoth

  7. #4257
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    Quote Originally Posted by tony3 View Post
    Roberto's is in Mammoth
    Last time I checked there were 2 Roberto's in Reno...
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  8. #4258
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    Quote Originally Posted by tony3 View Post
    Roberto's is in Mammoth
    Love that place, especially when staying at the Grand Sierra so it's a short stumble back.

  9. #4259
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    In the past, Iíve gone to salsas taqueria in mammoth.

  10. #4260
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    Loving the thread drift here. While we are at it, black, pinto or refried?

  11. #4261
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    I never see refried in the dry bean section at the store

    Did anybody hit fall creek mtn? I posted a picture two weeks ago. Itís a pretty rare treat when you can drive to the lake and the north-ish facing descents are still in.

  12. #4262
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
    IDid anybody hit fall creek mtn? I posted a picture two weeks ago. It’s a pretty rare treat when you can drive to the lake and the north-ish facing descents are still in.
    Not yet.
    I saw that post on Vet's patch skiing thread (https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...-Edition/page2) and made a mental note to hit it, but got sidetracked, plus have been having a hard time finding patch partners able and willing to trudge and schuss on a week day.

    I wonder if it still goes?
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  13. #4263
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    I dig The Burrito Window in Kings Beach! Great beach view too.

  14. #4264
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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeBC View Post
    I do like Frescana I eat there about once a month, it is on the pricey side. Last year they had live music on occasion outside. Couple days ago I got one of my favorites when I’m hungry after a long adventure, there Relleno Burger is huge and tasty.
    Damn if I had read this earlier, I was craving a burger today.


    Meanwhile,
    Last night (Monday) about 7:45, Frog Lake Ridge
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    Today, one of Red Lake Peak's many gullies
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  15. #4265
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    Anyone happen to have some $5 Friday tickets they will not be using for 6/28. Looked and it’s sold out. Or any other vouchers?

    Also wondering how crowded it is and if there are some good groomed greens or blues for my kiddos. Thanks!
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  16. #4266
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    Quote Originally Posted by h-atlas View Post
    Anyone happen to have some $5 Friday tickets they will not be using for 6/28. Looked and itís sold out. Or any other vouchers?

    Also wondering how crowded it is and if there are some good groomed greens or blues for my kiddos. Thanks!

    If I read all the fine print correctly, tix are only $39 if you missed the online $5 grab.

    Also, when I was there 2 weeks ago all they had running were Big Blue, Gold Coast, and Shirley, which is pretty much all green and blue terrain.
    As for the grooming? I work at a local resort that is known for immaculate grooming, so I am pretty judgemental when it comes to all the other hills in the area. The grooming the last few times I've been to Squaw has been what I would consider mildly atrocious (uneven with large chunks of death cookies and death brownies littered on the runs, etc.). The plus is that it's warm and usually once stuff gets skied out a bit it gets pretty decent.

    When I was there 2 weeks ago it was pretty mellow from 8-to-9, but started to get crowded around 9:30...
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  17. #4267
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    Today brings a new meaning to the term "Junuary".

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    Today brings a new meaning to the term "Junuary".
    To say that today was hella brisk was a tad of an understatement.


    Hiked/skied Rifle Peak and at 9 am snow was still frozen (as was the ground where there had been runoff). Was WINDY as all get-out, too. Never let up.

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  19. #4269
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    Spring grooming is tough. That said, Mammoth was doing a much better job then Squaw IMO. But as stated, once thing warm up, it donít matter much.

    Glad to hear it is chilly. Hoping to get back to Mammoth around July 20th, and would be happy if there is still snow to ski.

  20. #4270
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    Headed out to the same gully off Red Lake Peak yesterday around 11:30. Snow was perfect.
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    back to the vehicle
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  21. #4271
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    Here's a vid from Father's Day at Squaw...


  22. #4272
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottime View Post
    Spring grooming is tough. That said, Mammoth was doing a much better job then Squaw IMO.
    Mammoth being a lot higher.
    With global warming and all someone needs to invent a grooming machine that grooms slush--maybe freezes it as it goes by.

  23. #4273
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    Any of you balding ravers going to Paul Oakenfold freebie at SV next Friday?
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    Hiking up Donner Summit Canyon today I came across a large isolated snowfield at 6500 ft--the runout of an avalanche off of Donner Peak in a terrain trap. The slide must have run 1500 vertical feet and at least a third of a mile. No other snow any where except a couple of smaller avalanche cones higher up and a little high on Donner Peak. Very impressive terrain trap.
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    The stick a fork in it tour (slog) from sat
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    Willow/crystal mine/horse ...? Gate is open so able to drive pretty deep to get behind Tahoeís tallest 3
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    tahoes highest shoulder panel Iíve been staring at every day driving up al Tahoe
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