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  1. #851
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    Please post stoke in massive endorphin withdrawal today at the fun factory questioning life choices that have me stuck @ work may quit my jawb and head up goddammit I wanna ski!!!
    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

  2. #852
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    First time up LLC, first time skiing Sniwbird. I was fortunate enough to have a business meeting there last week. Hit the storm cycle pretty well, I skied Wed-Friday, great conditions, super impressed with the resort. I will come back for sure.

  3. #853
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    Quote Originally Posted by happytimefunbox View Post
    Please post stoke in massive endorphin withdrawal today at the fun factory questioning life choices that have me stuck @ work may quit my jawb and head up goddammit I wanna ski!!!
    Sounds like we are in the same condition today. Trying to figure out how to ski tomorrow through Friday without getting fired.

  4. #854
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    Dentist's Orders

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  5. #855
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    Quote Originally Posted by alias_rice View Post
    Sounds like we are in the same condition today. Trying to figure out how to ski tomorrow through Friday without getting fired.
    Easy, just quit your day job. Problem solved.
    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

  6. #856
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    yesterday....11AM start, shit show avoided...Butler, Mill A, Circle All...Silly chest deep blower! Very light density right side up snow which kept the turns deep and wallow factor to a minimum.... Zero instabilities noted on route traveled, south facing still blower on 4pm exit, shouldn't have any buried crusts from yesterday. Winds were well behaved.

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    Been an incredible week! Take it all with a grain of salt and hit the reset button each day with all the additional snow forecasted.

  7. #857
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    Quote Originally Posted by tBatt View Post
    Dentist's Orders

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    Quote Originally Posted by mar123 View Post
    yesterday....11AM start, shit show avoided...Butler, Mill A, Circle All...Silly chest deep blower! Very light density right side up snow which kept the turns deep and wallow factor to a minimum.... Zero instabilities noted on route traveled, south facing still blower on 4pm exit, shouldn't have any buried crusts from yesterday. Winds were well behaved.

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    Been an incredible week! Take it all with a grain of salt and hit the reset button each day with all the additional snow forecasted.
    I need a tissue !!!
    Cant wait for SFB pics
    I really really hope Bob's boss let him call in sick for work today
    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

  8. #858
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    I'm back at work today too. I had to go back to work to rest my beat up body from skiing the last 5 straight days. What an incredible cycle we're in right now. I live for days like last Saturday afternoon at the bird, snowing several inches per hour and a resort full of a bunch of ikonic beaters who call it quits when visibility goes to shit. So good we even lapped wilbre lift at the end until they kicked us out, hadn't done that in a while. Got lucky and scored a free room at the Cliff Saturday night and was invited to a dinner party with more booze and food than I could possibility shove in my mouth and pockets. Yesterday the tram I was on erupted in a cheer when they announced the road was closed. Early bird gets the bird.

  9. #859
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    The 8" at Crested Butte this morning was great until I looked here, man I do miss the Wasatch snow! Maybe I should go all skidog and post constantly on a thread where I dont reside?
    Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield: Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?

  10. #860
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    Well you do seem to own one hellofa backcountry skiffs now
    Will pole for poopfish
    My pics
    Sheldon says a pow day at works just as good
    Stupid god
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    Y'all continue to git sums
    "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
    "THIS IS WHAT WE DO"-AML -
    ski on in eternal peace

  11. #861
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    Well you do seem to own one hellofa backcountry skiffs now
    Will pole for poopfish
    My pics
    Sheldon says a pow day at works just as good
    Stupid god
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    Y'all continue to git sums
    Might be a long way to drag er for the poopfish! Yeah, Sheldon seems to be a little overjoyed about working.
    Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield: Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?

  12. #862
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    Pretty sure I had a top 5 or top 10 run today off the cirque. Was really hard to pull out of the parking lot at noon to get to a work meeting. Tomorrow's gonna be another all time day if you ask me!

  13. #863
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    Just a few from yesterday

  14. #864
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    No pics but Solitude today was pretty epic. For once the buses/traffic wasn't a mess (although my bus was delayed about 15 min at the second stop, wtf?) so I made it before lift opening. Mountain felt very empty. Took a while to open Honeycomb but pretty much everything had filled in quite nicely so lapping summit while waiting for Honeycomb to open worked out great. First chair on summit was especially nice. When Honeycomb opened it was DEEP. Had to call it a day by 1 to catch my flight but was honestly pretty skied out at that point. I'll be back!

  15. #865
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    Skiing alta tomorrow, will likely be solo as the gf is still working on blues with her friend, anyone want company?

  16. #866
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    After getting skunked yesterday I determined that wasn’t going to happen today. Got to the Bird at 5:11 today, woke up to last nights report from 7:21 of 9 inches in 12 hrs. Ain’t gonna lie, I was rather dismayed at the three inch report at 5:34. Lined up outside the tram door at 8, sparked a bowl and got a couple hits before owners of stashed skis came about.

    Bout 8:10 tram op puts out the “Tram closed because of high winds”. The line behind me frets, “what shall we do?” My ninja ass wordlessly ducked under the wire, beat feet down to Zoom and scored 4th chair. As the line built I saw lotta folks I saw in the plaza earlier 30-40 chairs back, heh. Third chair solo on Gad2. Score.

    Skied with Underoos pals today, good folks.

  17. #867
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    Yeah Bob.

  18. #868
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    Iffin you found someone’s pass on a powder day would you feel you should turn it in? Askin’ for a friend...

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  19. #869
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    The 8" at Crested Butte this morning was great until I looked here, man I do miss the Wasatch snow!


    Maybe I should go all skidog and post constantly on a thread where I dont reside?
    No, please and thanks. To be honest, imho Skidog needs to get on w his current life and leave us be.

    Anyway, yeah, powder. Holy shit so much powder.

  20. #870
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    Just a few from yesterday
    Fuck. Yeah.

  21. #871
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    The 8" at Crested Butte this morning was great until I looked here, man I do miss the Wasatch snow! Maybe I should go all skidog and post constantly on a thread where I dont reside?
    Come on over the hill. That is what wolf creek looked like today. Will look like that tomorrow as there was maybe 20 people skiing it.

  22. #872
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
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    That looks like a road trip to Jackson to me....
    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

  23. #873
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    Blue B, windbuff, super High speed T and Westies at Alta were giddy fun yesterday! Should be more of the same this afternoon minus the blue
    "... she'll never need a doctor; 'cause I check her out all day"

  24. #874
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    I'll will be returning this Friday after two weeks of work and a bout of the flu. I will be bringing my customary High Pressure with me yet again. I Enjoyed the posts though. I was on the fence about spring break with the kiddos, but the past storm cycle makes me confident April will still be deep regardless. At some point I'll take pics and contribute here.

  25. #875
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    stupid wind.

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