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  1. #3226
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    Stooooke

    Sound track match - nieezz

    P with the side eye... Ha!


    "Yeeah!"
    Last edited by Gepeto; 10-13-2020 at 09:22 AM.
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

  2. #3227
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    Hope you guys are checking your beacons!!!

    Especially if it's Pieps... Sheesh

  3. #3228
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    [QUOTE=whyturn;6093854]More pre winter stoke

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    NICE

  4. #3229
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    what's open in the way of food serving places with outdoor seating at the bird these days? (as in this week / weekend / next week)

  5. #3230
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    You're probably stuck with SeventyOne or the Forklift.

    SeventyOne is new, haven't ate there yet, it looks a bit pricey.

    https://www.snowbird.com/uploaded/di...er_menu_20.pdf

    The Forklift is only open for lunch and has a bit more limited menu, also pricey.

    https://www.snowbird.com/uploaded/di...ch_menu_20.pdf

  6. #3231
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post
    Been thinking about Snowbird having the parking lot be the limiting factor in ticket sales.
    Won't that cause many to come up early?
    Where will people interlodge during morning highway shoots?
    Or will uphill traffic close for general public the night before an expected shoot?
    It's been an increasing shit show for Alta deputies and Snowbird public safety to clear the lots for a shoot.
    This should slow things down even more.
    I heard the Goldminer's won't have early open doors,
    but imagine people can hole up in the Snowbird center.
    Where are YOU going to hide?
    Bump.

    Sounds like 1am closures for potential highway control measures excepting essential personel.
    If parking is the limiting factor in ticket sales one can imagine that people will be lining up at the mouth that much earlier.
    The folks that don't want Wasatch Blvd. widened might change their mind after this winter...
    Buddy says he is gonna come up the night before and crash in one of the bivy tubes on the south facing slopes across from Snowbird. Says they happen to be placed at the top of some awesome powder runs...
    Where are YOU going to hide?
    Time spent skiing cannot be deducted from one's life.

  7. #3232
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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
    what's open in the way of food serving places with outdoor seating at the bird these days? (as in this week / weekend / next week)
    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    You're probably stuck with SeventyOne or the Forklift.

    SeventyOne is new, haven't ate there yet, it looks a bit pricey.

    https://www.snowbird.com/uploaded/di...er_menu_20.pdf

    The Forklift is only open for lunch and has a bit more limited menu, also pricey.

    https://www.snowbird.com/uploaded/di...ch_menu_20.pdf
    My operative says gen grits and tramcar pizza too

    Ate at 71 on employee day before the opened to the public and also did Turkey day there last year. Im not a super refined foodie and thought it was pretty good but spendy. Free barroom shuffleboard just outside the entrance last time I was there and at least go piss in their urinals!

    Dirt is alltime right now but I need snow!

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    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

  8. #3233
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post
    Bump.

    Sounds like 1am closures for potential highway control measures excepting essential personel.
    If parking is the limiting factor in ticket sales one can imagine that people will be lining up at the mouth that much earlier.
    The folks that don't want Wasatch Blvd. widened might change their mind after this winter...
    Buddy says he is gonna come up the night before and crash in one of the bivy tubes on the south facing slopes across from Snowbird. Says they happen to be placed at the top of some awesome powder runs...
    Where are YOU going to hide?
    In empty office above the cat shop

    Sent from a van down by the river
    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

  9. #3234
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch
    Where are YOU going to hide?
    in a snowcave next to the driveway of the guy who aired out my tires last spring

  10. #3235
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    Yea I mean I have an AWD minivan with a cleared out back that I crash in all the time. But from what I understand they're super strict about people staying in their cars during interlodge?

    Last year I just did the GMD game like everyone else, but guessing thats not gonna be an option this year....

  11. #3236
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasatch_carpetbagger View Post
    Yea I mean I have an AWD minivan with a cleared out back that I crash in all the time. But from what I understand they're super strict about people staying in their cars during interlodge?

    Last year I just did the GMD game like everyone else, but guessing thats not gonna be an option this year....
    this year play the new gmd game: buy a room the afternoon before, eat good, sleep late

  12. #3237
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Star View Post
    this year play the new gmd game: buy a room the afternoon before, eat good, sleep late

    Lol I was about to be like, "yea maybe ill splurge with the BF for a night or two this season".... and then I saw the price

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  13. #3238
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    This is so completely true. Once a dirtbag, always a dirtbag.

    Quote Originally Posted by wasatch_carpetbagger View Post
    Lol I was about to be like, "yea maybe ill splurge with the BF for a night or two this season".... and then I saw the price

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  14. #3239
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    I remember meeting a friend, who was at Utah State, at Alta. We were 19. There was an interlodge and we were stuck. We wound up crashing next to the fireplace at the Peruvian. Best two days of skiing, ever!
    ďA society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree of both.Ē
    ― Milton Friedman

  15. #3240
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    At mammoth they had a burrito cat. I would support that at my local hill!


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    I need to go to Utah.
    Utah?
    Yeah, Utah. It's wedged in between Wyoming and Nevada. You've seen pictures of it, right?

    So after 15 years we finally made it to Utah.....


    Thanks BCSAR and POWMOW Ski Patrol for rescues

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    2018/2019 (24/32)

  16. #3241
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Star View Post
    this year play the new gmd game: buy a room the afternoon before, eat good, sleep late
    Working on commission now? Lol. Country club mornings could be all time this winter though.

  17. #3242
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post

    Buddy says he is gonna come up the night before and crash in one of the bivy tubes on the south facing slopes across from Snowbird. Says they happen to be placed at the top of some awesome powder runs...

    Where are YOU going to hide?
    Those bivy tubes are kinda cold and smell like burnt farts, almost like propane. Def easier than digging a snow cave, and yea they're in some great locations! Surprised they're not on AirBnB yet.
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

  18. #3243
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Those bivy tubes are kinda cold and smell like burnt farts, almost like propane. Def easier than digging a snow cave, and yea they're in some great locations! Surprised they're not on AirBnB yet.
    Two things not to forget:
    A spark plug wrench and
    No smoking between 6:30 and 7:30 am.

    Hope to see you again this winter...
    Time spent skiing cannot be deducted from one's life.

  19. #3244
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    Working on commission now? Lol. Country club mornings could be all time this winter though.
    i'm definitely a shill, ikon passholders welcome, locals stay home!

    there's a lot that could go wrong between now and the big storms but there's definitely a chance that there will be added value in having a room up canyon this season compared to the past. $300 can lose its meaning when it's 4 pm, dumping, the red snake is huge, you cant stay inside and drink beer and eat pizza unless you're a lodge guest, and you have a day off tomorrow.

  20. #3245
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    You're probably stuck with SeventyOne or the Forklift.

    SeventyOne is new, haven't ate there yet, it looks a bit pricey.

    https://www.snowbird.com/uploaded/di...er_menu_20.pdf

    The Forklift is only open for lunch and has a bit more limited menu, also pricey.

    https://www.snowbird.com/uploaded/di...ch_menu_20.pdf
    Seventy One is low grade dog Food, Long Live El Chanate

  21. #3246
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    El Chanate was low grade dog food, probably the worst Mexican food in slc county. Havenít tried 71 and likely wonít. But El Chanate was just garbage.


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  22. #3247
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post
    Bump.
    Buddy says he is gonna come up the night before and crash in one of the bivy tubes on the south facing slopes across from Snowbird. Says they happen to be placed at the top of some awesome powder runs...

    I'll be in Harold's cabin, Smoking a spliff.

    In case LoneStar hasn't posted this...


  23. #3248
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    Quote Originally Posted by altacoup View Post
    El Chanate was low grade dog food, probably the worst Mexican food in slc county. Haven’t tried 71 and likely won’t. But El Chanate was just garbage.


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    No Tres Hombres is

  24. #3249
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    Quote Originally Posted by tBatt View Post

    In case LoneStar hasn't posted this...

    Not surprising to see those protocols in place and I can't disagree with any of them. But, that is gonna make it basically impossible for my wife and I to take turns watching our 2 year old in GMD while the other skis. Oh well, gonna be an interesting season to say the least.

  25. #3250
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    I puts one
    Under each bottom corner
    Ubc park only
    If somebody else needs one
    If they ask tell them Sheldon hooked it up
    SFB - he grabbed it thanks. Comes in to get the mount and they tell him his soles are out of spec. Needs new inserts. He tells me - huh, my bindings have been a little loose, maybe that's why. Good lord. This is what happens when a 19 yo can't get to the mountains every day and he's out doing urban just to feed the jones - ripped up his boots.

    Anyway, hookup was even more helpful now that he's gotta spring for new soles. They found them for him so all good.

    Just wanted to send thx again.

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