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  1. #301
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    Quote Originally Posted by puma View Post
    I am actually working in bellevue now, and plan to visit the famous padded seats, but do not think I can swing BBI as it looks like it's presidents day weekend. That will be a long weekend with the family. My trips to Alpental will mostly be night skiing I am guessing.

    As for Oregon this spring, nothing that I have heard, but our plan is to be there for Spring Break, it would be great to meet more mags if the schedules align. Something to plan as we get closer I reckon.

    You doing BBI?
    saturday at alpental

  2. #302
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    Everyone is doing every BBI. No exceptions.

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  3. #303
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    Well, that was unexpected. Snow levels stayed below 5k - Meadows and Timberline reporting 10" with more expected throughout the day. Game on for afternoon/night skiing if the temps stay low?

  4. #304
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    night skiing starts friday at tline

  5. #305
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattig View Post
    Everyone is doing every BBI. No exceptions.

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    Anyone slept in their car?
    Training for Alpental

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    moi!

  7. #307
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    10" overnight at tline and now 34 degrees and raining hard at the lodge. good for the base!

  8. #308
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    I'm looking into something like this to attach to my awning. We'll be at or above capacity inside the camper, but 3 or 4 guys could get by just fine with a Mr. Buddy heater and cots in there. Rustic but cheap. Let me know if there's interest and I'll take my search more seriously. (Would still be cool for chuck wagon time anyway).



    If the roads are dry and forecast is dry, I can probably snag my buddy's cargo trailer as well... Slightly less rustic.

  9. #309
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    super cool, mattig! i like rustic!

  10. #310
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    Surfaces look much more white today

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  12. #312
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    Hoodoo seems to have survived.

  13. #313
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    Just won some Bachelor tickets through work and trying to get up there right before xmas since my folks are in Ashland. How's it skiing/ how's it going to get with this precip coming in?

    Stoked to get back to go back since the last time I went was 2016 and got caught by a snow snake the day before xmas that caused a minor mcl tear than ruined that season
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

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    woohoo! nice win!

  15. #315
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    Congratulations on a win. The groom is skiing well with no shark on the headwalls
    The Grottos are also in good shape with some tree tops still exposed. Ridges not so much. Needing another foot or so which looks possible by 12.24.18.
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  16. #316
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    Thinking Friday may be good if Thursday’s snow comes in cold
    touron hordes show up Saturday
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  17. #317
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    hope the holidaze caliphortlandians got good tires
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    i'm looking hard at only sunday. i am running on fumes and have a long flight coming monday and feel i would probably fail at the back to back drives on saturday and sunday. thought about night skiing friday and then going sunday, too. i need a hidden hut with a heater around govy somewhere.

  19. #319
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    hope the holidaze caliphortlandians got good tires
    The stretch of road between Wanoga gravel pit and Lapine cutoff is known as the California Curves because its usually Cali plates on the vehicles in the ditch
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    Quote Originally Posted by wyeaster View Post
    i'm looking hard at only sunday. i am running on fumes and have a long flight coming monday and feel i would probably fail at the back to back drives on saturday and sunday. thought about night skiing friday and then going sunday, too. i need a hidden hut with a heater around govy somewhere.
    Or a tent attached to an awning.

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  21. #321
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    haha yes. i need an awning for the forester. i actually had that plan once.

    or a rooftop tent. or anything that doesn't leave like i ended up in the alpental parking lot a few years back.

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    except it would be nice not to have to get out to get in.

  23. #323
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    That awning is pretty cool. Might want to consider a kerosene vs propane heater for overnight accommodations since water vapor is a byproduct of burning propane. I use a buddy heater on my boat for fishing and it definitely makes it moist in the cabin.

    Just something to think about if you need to buy a heater, but if you already have a propane heater it would probably be fine with good airflow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    The stretch of road between Wanoga gravel pit and Lapine cutoff is known as the California Curves because its usually Cali plates on the vehicles in the ditch
    is century blvd pink?
    bF
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    Friday, Sunday & Monday have potential

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