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  1. #1351
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    the snow looks good, but aren't you guys going the wrong way?




    cold coming soon. may whatever is left and frozen in lace be with us through the spring!

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    Steep and deep in the Champlain Valley.

  3. #1353
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangur View Post
    What I'm really trying to get at - is there going to be any natural base left in the region after this? I'm more concerned about the BC than the lift served.
    Listen to Benny, he knows. itís dirt everywhere in the NE. No amount of snow will ever recoup what the NE lost. in fact, itís so bad next year is done.

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    So nice out today. I'll never complain about short winters in Vt. or 60 degrees on January 12. It will snow.....or not. 7 weeks until March and daylight savings. All downhill from here.Click image for larger version. 

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  5. #1355
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    He is stuck at misery junction
    Not for long. SW points burning a hole in my pocket.
    Misery Junction is somewhere on I91 right now.

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  6. #1356
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    Great work ML and crew, a little light from the north to brighten the mood.

  7. #1357
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    [QUOTE=DaveVt;5861270]So nice out today. I'll never complain about short winters in Vt. or 60 degrees on January 12. It will snow.....or not. 7 weeks until March and daylight savings. All downhill from here.Click image for larger version. 

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    The Gnarwich is looking hot, might have to stroll down for a lap or two, fatties or 29r’s?

  8. #1358
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    East MF Coast 19/20.

    fly northeast air!

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    was hardly epic but we dodged a bullet on this one. the 14Ē predicted ended up being more like 6Ē of windbuff grapple shmoo but an inch or two of fluff during the day made it really pleasant even at the end of the day. maybe one day iíll finally be able to figure out whether skiing with friends is better than shitposting.

    letís hope 2020 turns around fast for sweet turns for all!
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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  9. #1359
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    southwest don't go to europe.

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    BIG measurable snow on the horizon for the weekend (although you will have to fight off the masses on MLK weekend)

  11. #1361
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    sad to see how much snow we lost,the turns yesterday at the bush werent too bad, today was interesting early on then not bad by lunch.thank whoever thats there more to skiing then just powder and nice pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by akokskis View Post
    how fah north is north? contemplating a run next weekend ish potentially all the eff way up to the saguenay, but... that's far. mt edouard sounds rad though. and massif... hmm
    Edouard was waaaaaaay under average at NYE time, valinouet was good and fun but not sure it's worth that drive. Edouard would be, if the base is deep with fresh in the forecast. Might take a few storms

    Fun up north today too, not as far as ML and Melon, but 10cm of ice pellets after all that rain is great for the base. Grippy as

  13. #1363
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    Pretty fun few surfy inches and ripping around with buds today!

    ML trunk stoke

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    It was nice to see a bit of new snow in the city when I got back. Hope the washed out zones bounce back soon. Lots of winter left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangur View Post
    What I'm really trying to get at - is there going to be any natural base left in the region after this? I'm more concerned about the BC than the lift served.
    I think certain aspects and elevations will still have some wet snow that will freeze solid tonight forming a decent base on which more snow can fall. Bethlehem is at 1500 (highest town east of the Mississippi) and there is no snow in the yard and a little in the woods.

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    East MF Coast 19/20.

    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Bethlehem is at 1500 (highest town east of the Mississippi)
    Wha?

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    Quote Originally Posted by therudeness View Post
    Edouard was waaaaaaay under average at NYE time, valinouet was good and fun but not sure it's worth that drive. Edouard would be, if the base is deep with fresh in the forecast. Might take a few storms
    thanks... although kind of what I expected, not what I wuz hopin. guess I'll have to find another shot to get up there.
    diggin what I'm seeing with the bc zones and huts at edouard, gotta check it one day.
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  17. #1367
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    18` dead calm bob, 1/2" of snow yesterday after the rain ended followed by 9/16" of fluff overnight.

    Nice to see our neighbors from the north getting after it.


    Spent a fun Saturday hitting some breweries with BigDaddy and friends, the Peruvians and Fussy Dutchman, great way to spend a warm and wet day and the Double Comet cans were a great rec. FD.


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    Out for a couple of hours walking in the forest, decent base above 2100' means I'll be back at soon enough. Some of the same lines I was skiing last week

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    Moved a bunch of dead branches and lopped a few things off, snow was deeper than expected so didn't want to post hole it too much.

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    The mutts that trimmed this missed the obvious drainage signs and can't bend low enough to cut properly, I stepped on and broke off 3 of 4

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    Good size moose wandering around as well


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    Looks like a sunny weekend coming up, should be nice to catch some rays!
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  18. #1368
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Bethlehem is at 1500 (highest town east of the Mississippi)
    Lake placid is 1801í, but maybe that was sarcasm of some sort 🤷🏻♂️

    About to ice skate to my truck so I can go to work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by t-the-east View Post
    Lake placid is 1801í, but maybe that was sarcasm of some sort

    About to ice skate to my truck so I can go to work...
    Not talking about elevation? Even then, it's not the highest.
    There is a sign in town stating highest town. I will look at it more carefully since it's incorrect. Higher towns in North Carolina, too.

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    Dixville Notch is above 1800’, so it’s not the highest in NH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    Dixville Notch is above 1800í, so itís not the highest in NH.
    Its highest town hall or some shit. I don't know. Google it. I am clearly wrong. This weather sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Its highest town hall or some shit. I don't know. Google it. I am clearly wrong. This weather sucks.
    Possibly the highest elevation of any incorporated town - 4,761 ft (North Twin).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Possibly the highest elevation of any incorporated town - 4,761 ft (North Twin).
    Nope, goes to beech Mtn 5,500’

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    Middlebury murder mystery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    There is a sign in town stating highest town.
    Maybe by highest they mean most residents addicted to drugs?
    I'd have guessed Rutland. But whatever.
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