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  1. #1301
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    Are you living in Vermont now?
    Not this again.....

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    ^^ WHAT?? where do *you* live?

    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    Are you living in Vermont now?
    no. that 11pm bite was after the nap-extended journey home.
    just managed a good stretch of trips to mad during the past week.

    BD: good call too, esp with terrain opened up. but how bad were those lines for the lifts??

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    nice, been far too long since i've been in those parts, glad you got it while it was good.

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    Thanks Aldo. It will come back. This happened last year. too and it ended up being an amazing winter.

    Quote Originally Posted by buckethead View Post
    BD: good call too, esp with terrain opened up. but how bad were those lines for the lifts??
    Lines were insane. Reminded me of Vail... (had to sometimes even wait for another group in front of us!)

    Wish I had run into you as I was packing and thinking your famous beer stash(es)

    Plan B was never enacted, but at least we were prepared:

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    Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!

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    Any options for avoiding the rain this weekend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonger View Post
    Any options for avoiding the rain this weekend?

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    trash bags, umbrellas, or a long drive
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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    Sugarloaf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonger View Post
    Any options for avoiding the rain this weekend?

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    Give this a try

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    Already did. Leave in a couple weeks for Wasatch.

  11. #1311
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    This could be a good weekend to be a Quebecistan.

  12. #1312
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    I think tomorrow morning will be warm and at least at Cannon it's like 30% Chance of liquid so will be nice skiing. Not great long term but tomorrow will be fun. I'll look at Sunday forecast tomorrow.
    I'll be checking tickets so come say high. I will bring an umbrella just in case.
    And there's football!

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    Let's do some livin'
    After, we die

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    to the south i see chance of rain after 5pm...and miniscule rain totals at that.
    bullish on a springy, if grey day tomorrow.
    no way to see anything good within reach for sunday.

    ^^ ml242 : my bad. i see i typed 11am for that burger at home.

  15. #1315
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    Iíve got my fingers crossed for a decent springlike day at Plattekill tomorrow. May be my irrational optimism getting the better of me again...

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    nice!

    our own scottski got some lake-effect closer to home
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  17. #1317
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    Some great pre-torch stoke here, despite Bunny Massengill's well, douchery.

    Good weekend for liver punching....BD???

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    East MF Coast 19/20.

    Yesterday and today at da Bush didnít suck.
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    Wind played havoc with lift holds today and MEllen was down to just Inverness or the park. Waiting outside the lodge at MEllen early afternoon and one of the Adaptive program clients came in way too hot and plowed into a ski rack headfirst. Brutal to watch it unfold.

    Back to riding in shorts tomorrow.


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    Get the trash bags ready for the weekend...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    trash bags, umbrellas, or a long drive
    Looks like a reasonable day at Plattekill on Saturday. NWS has less than 1/10 inch of water for Roxbury.

    NYSB kind of spancers the day.

    Translation: We'll buy you a beer if you have a lift ticket.

    Come bucket, come all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckethead View Post
    partridge. after 1st run on a slabby fall line i spent rest of the day on the sunny side.

    i had a really good veggie burger with grilled garlic cloves at home around 11PM but no pics were taken
    Looks awesome!

    Full moon skin to the top of Sunapee. Minus the moon light. Couldn't see shit.

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  22. #1322
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    I want to be VTF when I grow up.
    I have been on the "immature adult" train for a long time, skiing is a way of life
    Did get to the job site yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Is that resort skiing or secret stashes there? Looks sweet and enough traffic that it would not be all that secret. Where?.
    It was a side country zone, on skis 500' from the door and depending on the route I take the same or to the door on the return. Tons of narrow lines to ski that the usual "track followers" miss. I have a bunch of these I can ski and skin up through the thicket to start so I don't leave a welcome sign at the entrance. Decades of skiing this hill means there aren't many secrets left to find. I will also go out when it is frozen solid and tour around refreshing my memory and looking for any new lines. And pitching deadfall if I can.

    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post
    That does look mighty tasty!

    Damn, stoke train keeps on rolling! Nice work guys!
    It was spicy goodness

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    This looks nice and wintery. Also strong work By Harvey and Scottski, wish I could manage the turnpike drive one year to catch that lake affect. With the lakes currently unfrozen it will get nuked again, might hav to visit.








    49` and very windy bob. Considerable snow loss overnight from the warm wind. A few lifts on hold but Bravo and GMX currently loading.

    I don't like this guys message, nor would many around Jay

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    Got back to take the cat out, snow had manked by that time so road the lift for 90 minutes, Bravo down on winhold and VH was running at around 300' a minute with the wind directly down the line. The damp wind was not refreshing. Lapped for 5 nonstop Malls and a gripping Steins which hadn't softened at all. Cats claws aren't that sharp and had some fun 40' slides to the next pile while maintaining line and avoiding a few Zorro's. Fear there won't be any natural snow trails left by tomorrow morning, oh well.

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    One of the saddest things, for me, other than old friends dying is the loss of so many musicians whose music has been so important to me over the years.

    RIP Neil!

    Snow Dog is victorious
    The land of the Overworld is saved again


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  23. #1323
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    Thank god for indoor hobbies....which are sometimes outdoors.
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  24. #1324
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    An interesting thing about living in MTL is that the gutters don't go down the outside of the buildings downtown but rather directly through pipes from the roofs to the sewer through the interior to prevent the sidewalks from being more of an icy shit show then they already are. In my building, the pipe is adjacent to my bedroom and it has been singing this morning.

    Awesome shot of the job site, VTF.
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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    Blue skies!

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