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  1. #376
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    just got off the phone with rontele
    can confirm: Millicent is open! Millicent is open!

  2. #377
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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
    nice morning, finally met up with getoutside for a tour, good times mang
    ^ good times, no doubt

  3. #378
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    Looks like I'll be up at Brighton Saturday and Sunday. Won't be last week, but should be a good time to get my legs out of early season conditioning.

  4. #379
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    pretty morning. still skiing fluffy

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  5. #380
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    Gonna Ikon it to Sollitude tomorrow first thing. Try to beat the crowd. This weekend warrior ski thing is new to me. But Ill make the best of it.

  6. #381
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    Curious what Solitude crowds will be like now that the early season, fresh snow has faded.

  7. #382
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    Snowbird was empty AF yesterday and good stuff found off of and below gad 2. Buncha laps on the billygoats then switched to my black skis of death for trenchdigging duties. Wish it was deep powz but making the most of it.

    Peruvian opens today hot diggity damn

  8. #383
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    Snowbird was empty AF yesterday and good stuff found off of and below gad 2. Buncha laps on the billygoats then switched to my black skis of death for trenchdigging duties. Wish it was deep powz but making the most of it.

    Peruvian opens today hot diggity damn
    Nice! Lapped Gad 2 for a few hours weds after they opened everything. One of my favorite lifts to hot lap solo.

    Also a dude lost his ski in STH and a patroller helped him look for it for almost 2 hours. Never did find it. Dug out the whole entrance to a line I had been skiing though lol.

  9. #384
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    Had a great time yesterday at the bird as well! Yellow strafe fartbag and GPOs w the rising sun northwest top sheet.


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

  10. #385
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    That sucks. He can get it in July, that's what I had to do in 1998 on Old Ladies.....

    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    Nice! Lapped Gad 2 for a few hours weds after they opened everything. One of my favorite lifts to hot lap solo.

    Also a dude lost his ski in STH and a patroller helped him look for it for almost 2 hours. Never did find it. Dug out the whole entrance to a line I had been skiing though lol.

  11. #386
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    Fun times in Peruvian Gulch today. Click image for larger version. 

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  12. #387
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    please come up to alta tomorrow morning and slay the untracked gnar on supreme so the late risers can ski some nice soft chop in the afternoon!

  13. #388
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    Quote Originally Posted by claymond View Post
    Fun times in Peruvian Gulch today. Click image for larger version. 

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    Damn, looked like there were a lot of sharks in there last Sunday. I'm surprised they opened that gate.

  14. #389
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    I will be birden tomorrow. May or may not have my grom in tow. Tan pants blue jacket gray helmet fishstiks or black voikl squaretail gots. Ask for change.

  15. #390
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Damn, looked like there were a lot of sharks in there last Sunday. I'm surprised they opened that gate.
    Didn't hit anything in there, but Rock Chute was open and very deserving of the name!

  16. #391
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    Supreme tomorrow you say??

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  17. #392
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    I will be birden tomorrow. May or may not have my grom in tow. Tan pants blue jacket gray helmet fishstiks or black voikl squaretail gots. Ask for change.
    I can't believe those skis are still going.

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  18. #393
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    pretty sure udot hosted a canyon traffic open meeting back in aug/sept
    i didnt make it
    nobody representing the resorts did either
    go figure
    headed up a large slidepath on a sweet skinner the pond o pow set for sum character buildin and gear harshening
    cougar and prey signs abound
    above 8500 started getting large collapses and basal facets in hasties increasing and pack structure stability decreasing
    with large ground and tree shaking whoomphins becoming frequent on the last pitch fore the headwall
    i woulda thunk theyd been less frequent as the volunteer slope stability tester who put the skinner in weds. reported the same
    not nuch natural activity small pont releases on the rocks of the ne coluliars
    made it up to the headwall base kush powered and hopin the cats didnt see the guy coughin up lung chunks as easy pickin wounded prey
    snow surface and skiing conditions pretty damn good up top

    well you can ski
    ze right of the slide path
    or ze left of the slide path
    but your not gonna ski ze middle at this point

    like a 70's porn beav it sure needs sums trimmins

    and id recommend left or waiting for another dump or 2
    or hopin history repeats itself


    "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

  19. #394
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    it really does need to be cleared out... fingers crossed

  20. #395
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    Brighton was a ton of fun today. Opening Milly really tamed up the crowds. Didn't ever wait more than a minute to get back on the lift. Snow was pretty good despite opening Thursday. Might go up tomorrow to get some groomers reps in to patch up the form some more. 5 year old had a blast in ski school and got to do two runs on Majestic (according to her it's the lift with teenagers and college kids ).

  21. #396
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    Major and very gnarly wreck this morning going up LCC. Apparently a UTA bus was empty (except driver) and spun out going down hill, lost control slid into and hit at least 2 (but I think I saw 4 cars hit). Got out to try and help along with what seemed like 10 others. Tried to help a guy in a blue BMW who had his leg pinned by the metal. An off duty medic was there already helping him out. Unified fire showed up 60 seconds later.

    Don't know if the bus driver was being reckless, or was unlucky with an empty bus, but it one of the worst accidents I'd seen up there. Don't know how to prevent that kind of thing in the future.

    Skiing at Alta was great. Groomers were excellent and people were happy. Was nice to get out of the inversion.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheDingleberry View Post
    pissing in a sink? fucking rookies. Shit in an oven, then you'll be pro.

  22. #397
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    SFB, that is a cool bit of info about Argenta. Is that a publicly available book?
    Quote Originally Posted by TheDingleberry View Post
    pissing in a sink? fucking rookies. Shit in an oven, then you'll be pro.

  23. #398
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    Saw the wreck too but after it happened. Fucking gnarly.

    Spun laps with my kid at the bird the grilled some dawgs. Sorry I missed you bobmc.

  24. #399
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    I can't believe those skis are still going.

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    Going strong. Sollyfit plates bridging the swiss cheese. Just got em back from a tune sharp edges and trench digging. Thanks again man !

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  25. #400
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    Going strong. Sollyfit plates bridging the swiss cheese. Just got em back from a tune sharp edges and trench digging. Thanks again man !

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    Wow....those skis have seen some Wasatch snow. Had my worst wreck ever in supreme bowl on those. No thanks needed. In fact thank you for giving them life and seemingly regular use. #roostertails

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