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  1. #2951
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    So much good snow and awesome pics here that I thought I was in the Wasatch thread. Hope it's that good this weekend.

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    My friend just sent me this pic from yesterday. Know the line? There's a large hint in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    My friend just sent me this pic from yesterday. Know the line? There's a large hint in there.
    Starts with a D. Ends with a J's.

    Why are we being cryptic with this one?

    Edit: Should have added: looks a bit scratchy but fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangur View Post
    Starts with a D. Ends with a J's.

    Why are we being cryptic with this one?

    Edit: Should have added: looks a bit scratchy but fun.
    Notice they are skiing above the rocks...


    Looks like MRG and the single chair tower back there?
    Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!

  5. #2955
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangur View Post
    Starts with a D. Ends with a J's.

    Why are we being cryptic with this one?

    Edit: Should have added: looks a bit scratchy but fun.
    Just a joke...granted a bad one. Pretty obvious where it was...sorry.

    Not one rock was hit, which may be a first for me in there. They got 5" a couple days before and then this storm of whatever it ended up being and it was on the coral reef that had formed from the rain/freeze.

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    The newly opened Michael Shumacher Run at West Mountain?
    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

  7. #2957
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Just a joke...granted a bad one. Pretty obvious where it was...sorry.

    Not one rock was hit, which may be a first for me in there. They got 5" a couple days before and then this storm of whatever it ended up being and it was on the coral reef that had formed from the rain/freeze.
    Lol gotcha. I'm laughing.

    Your rock dodging skills are impressive. As is the base up there. I've only skied DJ's a couple times, and both seemed to be deeper than Cannon has been yet this year. Still bottomed out though.

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  9. #2959
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    ^^The recycling can looks like it has room.

  10. #2960
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goniff View Post
    ^^The recycling can looks like it has room.
    Genius. Why did I not think of this????

  11. #2961
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    Well, it was not yesterday's uber fluff but there were still some damn nice turns out there today. But jumpin' jeebus it was cold...

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  12. #2962
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    I have skied that many times, and there is always that one part by the tram tower and just below that is bad after a few snowboarders sideslip it. I really think they should get in there and clean up just a couple spots and it would be open so much more.

    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    My friend just sent me this pic from yesterday. Know the line? There's a large hint in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    I have skied that many times, and there is always that one part by the tram tower and just below that is bad after a few snowboarders sideslip it. I really think they should get in there and clean up just a couple spots and it would be open so much more.
    Oh man, I yelled to a snowboarder to make turns as he was slideslipping it...wtf! I was with a snowboarder...none of that shit from him!

    He took these pics. My friend rocking the dayglow nopoachglo.

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    Waited until late afternoon for some hot laps. Snow is unreal, last nights and this morning cold dried out what little moisture was in the snow. Click image for larger version. 

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    Slightly twiggy down low.
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  15. #2965
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    Jokes aside, I found very nice and considerably cheaper accommodations at Tremblant. I been there a lot of times and I know the mountain. I want to check something new out, so between killington, sugarloaf and sugarbush do any of them have considerably better terrain than tremblant? Sugarloaf above the treeline skiing sounds cool but I read it's often wind scoured.

  16. #2966
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    Reached a balmy 4` today with increasing wind in the afternoon. Nice day to work in the shop.

    Better time yesterday worm holing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    I have skied that many times, and there is always that one part by the tram tower and just below that is bad after a few snowboarders sideslip it. I really think they should ban the snowboarders
    FIFY

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    Quote Originally Posted by daught View Post
    Jokes aside, I found very nice and considerably cheaper accommodations at Tremblant. I been there a lot of times and I know the mountain. I want to check something new out, so between killington, sugarloaf and sugarbush do any of them have considerably better terrain than tremblant? Sugarloaf above the treeline skiing sounds cool but I read it's often wind scoured.
    no way man, and with the casino there they’re basically PAYING you to ski
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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    Quote Originally Posted by daught View Post
    Jokes aside, I found very nice and considerably cheaper accommodations at Tremblant. I been there a lot of times and I know the mountain. I want to check something new out, so between killington, sugarloaf and sugarbush do any of them have considerably better terrain than tremblant? Sugarloaf above the treeline skiing sounds cool but I read it's often wind scoured.
    Yes, they all do. My preference 1) Sugarloaf 2) Sugarbush 3) Killington

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    Quote Originally Posted by daught View Post
    Sugarloaf above the treeline skiing sounds cool but I read it's ALWAYS wind scoured.
    I fixed your quote to reflect the reality of the snowfields at Sugarloaf... it is always very scruffy and thin cover at the very top. Don't go to Sugarloaf thinking of skiing some perfect above treeline powderfield, not gonna happen. I've skied there over the course of 3 decades and have maybe 2-3 days where conditions have lined up to be really enjoyable in the snowfields. Most times I core shot my skis, like yesterday. But you should go to Sugarloaf for some of the steeper and narrower New England classic runs complimented by some newer cut glade skiing, all skied by some interesting locals... Most days there are some really good skiers on the hill, which is fun.

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    Thanks for all the pics gentlemen, my stoke level for this weekend could not be higher. The mid-week jealousy level is equally maxed out.

  22. #2972
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    no way man, and with the casino there they’re basically PAYING you to ski
    Ha, I had a Sugarbush CSR describe the Boomer Pass that way. True.

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  23. #2973
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
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    You should start relocating this items. Somewhere where they would never look. Possibly a place made for equipment to be rested while not in use. I would love to watch the aftermath.

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  24. #2974
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    Fine last few pages with almost no bitching and endless stoke! Who knew there was a mag mini at da bush yesterday, hell I might have even shared a chair with Bunny had I known but Mrs FD would have sussed him out immediately.

    Props to Rob/Dangur, Boreas, t-east and Moeghoul (I miss one f'n day damnit!) for the earned turns. Late edit to akok and the Bottleclan, especially for today's endeavors, brave to say the least!

    Get it now, 3.0 looms.

    Edit 2 to mniaw for the killer liquid delivery this afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    That's a great shot. Definitely deserves a post in the photo pole plant thread.

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