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  1. #2051
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    Mayuary. What a season to fuckup my Achilles. /sadface
    Sorry for your Achilles, but my dumbass moved to NY. Sure missed a gooder. Oh well I had a great number of years I'm very thankful for, but FOMO is strong.

    Keep getting after it boys n girls.

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  2. #2052
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    enjoy the inlaws as i'm sure they don't visit often. just tell them, no picnics : )


  3. #2053
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    Hope y'all are out there getting some today. Save some leftovers for me tomorrow!

  4. #2054
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    Tons of people out and about today, felt like the start of the season again with random skintracks everywhere and stoked riders popping up from behind every tree!
    The base got soaked and refroze enough to be supportive and the 8" or so of dense pow rode really well. Anything that saw a lick of sun got cooked really fast and greenhousing was in full effect around noon. The S faces are going to be interesting in the next few days.

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  5. #2055
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    Longest line Iíve ever seen at Peruvian this morning. It paid to have used the free Cliff Lodge room last night, a 7:20 line joinage got us about a dozen chairs back.

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  6. #2056
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    Bad time to have a fucked up neck. Kids got the goods, I rode the couch in the lodge.


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

  7. #2057
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    Oh yeah, this was pretty classic Friday morning.

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    Fucking pic uploader...

  8. #2058
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    I saw some pretty long lines from the morning at Snowbird (fortunately or unfortunately on the web cam! the skiing looked good from NH). One resort open+One Chair+May Powder = CRAZY lines in the AM

  9. #2059
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Oh yeah, this was pretty classic Friday morning.

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    Fucking pic uploader...
    a hearty lol at this

  10. #2060
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    Quote Originally Posted by detrusor View Post
    Bad time to have a fucked up neck. Kids got the goods, I rode the couch in the lodge.
    Sorry, bud...been there.
    Time spent skiing cannot be deducted from one's life.

  11. #2061
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    These pics were on Twitter
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  12. #2062
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    That's fucked up
    "My policies are based not on some economics theory, but on things I and millions like me were brought up with: an honest day's work for an honest day's pay; live within your means; put by a nest egg for a rainy day; pay your bills on time; support the police." M. Thatcher (RIP)
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    Judges smoke it, even the lawyer too...So you've got to legalize it..." Peter Tosh

  13. #2063
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    We skied lift served pow in May, hard to call that fucked up.

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  14. #2064
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    Thanks for those pics cause that IS fuct (in my mind anyway) and Iíll abstain!!

  15. #2065
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    Quote Originally Posted by Todds View Post
    These pics were on Twitter
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    We need to grow the sport!! The ski industry is at the edge of collapse!!! How will resorts remain solvent??!!?!?!!?!
    "If you're gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough."

  16. #2066
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    We skied lift served pow in May, hard to call that fucked up.

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    June 16 was latest I ever skied lift served pow at snowbird. Skied with a mag I met in the lot. Cdlv. Kicked off a small sluff that day that closed peruvian for a bit while they dug out the unloading area.

    Fun times.

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  17. #2067
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    Lines were pretty ridiculous but they always are at the bird when every other resort is closed. Due to lucky timing on openings I got 4 untracked runs yesterday. Iíll wait in line for that. Was conversing with some friends about skiing pow at the bird on Fatherís Day in 2010-11. Things at the bird were so much better when telefreewasatch was calling shots on openings. Anyone remember when Peruvian gulch used to be backcountry only terrain accessible from the tram? That was awesome. Did lots of baldy(alta side) to coma chute laps in those days.


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  18. #2068
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    Quote Originally Posted by altacoup View Post
    Lines were pretty ridiculous but they always are at the bird when every other resort is closed. Due to lucky timing on openings I got 4 untracked runs yesterday. Iíll wait in line for that. Was conversing with some friends about skiing pow at the bird on Fatherís Day in 2010-11. Things at the bird were so much better when telefreewasatch was calling shots on openings. Anyone remember when Peruvian gulch used to be backcountry only terrain accessible from the tram? That was awesome. Did lots of baldy(alta side) to coma chute laps in those days.


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    I remember those days too. So good.

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  19. #2069
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    Btw, upperest management says 4th of July is happening.

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    May fly back to hit 4th of July in the parking lot w bobmc
    Decisions Decisions

  21. #2071
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Btw, upperest management says 4th of July is happening.
    I really hope that's true. Great way to celebrate


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  22. #2072
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    I hope the 4th happens. There is still a ton of snow up there!

  23. #2073
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    There were no lift lines in Grizzly Gulch and Wolverine Cirque yesterday.

    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Longest line I’ve ever seen at Peruvian this morning. It paid to have used the free Cliff Lodge room last night, a 7:20 line joinage got us about a dozen chairs back.

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  24. #2074
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    Figure 8 Hill skied nicely yesterday (Sat.) even at my awfully late descent time of 1:30 PM.

    I dropped in from the entrance to Heaven's Gate near the bottom of Patsey Marley Hill. That drop in was NOT a safe line, however. I started a few roller balls one of which ended up being about 2 feet in diameter, and I basically had to traverse away from them until I got below where they stopped rolling. The new snow at the top of the drop was very shallow, maybe only 6" or so, and I slid a bit on the old, firm snow underneath.

    Figure 8 Hill, however, felt very stable to me, no rollerballs nor sloughing at all, though you can see in my photos that the snow was affected by green housing. The snow was a tad damp. I never felt the old underneath surface. There was no skin track back up the hill, and I was too lazy to make my own. So, I only skied 1/2 of a figure 8.

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  25. #2075
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    Nice!

    The snow in Main Baldy was great today. The rest of the day over at Snowbird was a mix of frozen chunder, supportable crusts (that got sticky), and great groomers (if thatís your thing).

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