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  1. #1551
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    Meanwhile, DaveNJ doesn’t even support his local Bump NESlopes but spends his time complaining about other places.
    Can you believe it? It snowed and I had the audacity to not burn gas and not spend ANY money! Instead just enjoyed a few laps out back with people I like. AGAIN!! We go to NES Wednesdays to avoid the weekend crowds. You are a piece of work, but let's get it straight....laughing at Stowe, and complaining about Stowe are not the same, and I'm clearly laughing in this instance.

    Thought that was the 80th anniversary top sheet? Yeah, Wade has the same ski. That Praxis poster in the pisser blows my mind every time I take a leak there. What a line!

  2. #1552
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    You have to laugh about the many Cayennes and X5s sitting on that road, just sitting there, filled with all those entitled Boston and NY assholes and their kids and the thousands of dollars of mediocre equipment they bought just for this day. There must have been over a hundred people thinking, don't they know who I am? Ahhhhhhh!!!!


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  3. #1553
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    well played boreas and hs.

    my car was in the shop, 8Ē and bluebird, maybe one of the nicest pow days i can recall sitting out.

    but i can still ski for miles and miles...

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    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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  4. #1554
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveVt View Post
    Can you believe it? It snowed and I had the audacity to not burn gas and not spend ANY money! Instead just enjoyed a few laps out back with people I like. AGAIN!! We go to NES Wednesdays to avoid the weekend crowds. You are a piece of work, but let's get it straight....laughing at Stowe, and complaining about Stowe are not the same, and I'm clearly laughing in this instance.

    Thought that was the 80th anniversary top sheet? Yeah, Wade has the same ski. That Praxis poster in the pisser blows my mind every time I take a leak there. What a line!

    Glad you are laughing, probably doesnít happen much.

    Didnít ski Stowe, a former ski area, or cross a track. This spot, I didnít cut, not sure who did, but I have trimmed over the past 7 or so years with people who have kept it trimmed for the past 20.

  5. #1555
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    well played boreas and hs.

    my car was in the shop, 8” and bluebird, maybe one of the nicest pow days i can recall sitting out.

    but i can still ski for miles and miles...

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    Supah pic.

  6. #1556
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    well played boreas and hs.

    my car was in the shop, 8Ē and bluebird, maybe one of the nicest pow days i can recall sitting out.

    but i can still ski for miles and miles...

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    Thatís beautiful. Very tranquil. My pics from today would be much more anxiety inducing.

  7. #1557
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Supah pic.
    thanks man. i found the bottlewoman of cross country skiing and iím just going with it.

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    whereíd you end up brownski? iím digging the good snow for the holiday weekend.
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  8. #1558
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    one of da busiest days i kan remembah at da kuntry klub. snow wuz nice, skiing fun. report wuz totalee bogus, musta been usin see eemmmms. hokey.
    supah low tide oot dere tho. carefulz

    still, skiing is fun Fun FUN!


    rad pic, ML - makes me want to get back on the xcskis

    go Go GO!

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  9. #1559
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    We skied Killington yesterday and Pico today, somehow eluding the masses on the lift lines both days. I've been up on Holiday weekends the last couple of years and also avoided the lines.

    Pico probably got 3" which would have been great on top of a good base, but..... It was still a ton of fun although it was pretty much all skied off by the time we bailed at 2. Hopefully the little system coming in next weekend over-performs and comes in a day earlier.

  10. #1560
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post

    whereíd you end up brownski? iím digging the good snow for the holiday weekend.
    Shawnee, PA but honestly I canít complain about the snow quality. They did a good job. The offspring wanted to hang with his friends at the Crack and I said OK. I guess itís my own fault.

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  11. #1561
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    thanks man. i found the bottlewoman of cross country skiing and i’m just going with it.

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    where’d you end up brownski? i’m digging the good snow for the holiday weekend.
    Nice, it’s all skiing and way less forgiving than 100 under foot.

  12. #1562
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    Ragged was a shit show. Everyone was in line...
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    Öbut not on this trail. Strange.
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  13. #1563
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    Sweet shot ML. I intro'd Scottski to the nordic scene here in the SoAdk.

    We also skied low tide at Gore...



    Plattekill tomorrow.

  14. #1564
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    even though the Bush had an all time record skier visit day,managed to avoid the crowd for some real nice turns.early hike to the Rock for some fresh turns on Run

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    even though the Bush had a record day for skier visits,my boys and i managed to avoid the crowds. an early hike to CR for some untracked turns o










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    even though the Bush had a record day for skier visits my boys and i avoided the crowds.an early hike to CR for some fresh turns on Rumble.several runs of totally untracked snow in not so popular zone.their report was definitly off the mark in several zones,5 inches maybe at the stake but definetly 12 inches in several zones

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    East MF Coast 19/20.

    pics arenít showing up here! rumble untracked sounds sweet. do they ever give numbers for these Ďrecord daysí?
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    no lines if you ski a tiny hill in canaduh, 9:13am sunday


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    Quote Originally Posted by therudeness View Post
    no lines if you ski a tiny hill in canaduh, 9:13am sunday

    GODDAMN CANUCKS CAN'T EVEN POST PROPERLY!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    pics aren’t showing up here! rumble untracked sounds sweet. do they ever give numbers for these ‘record days’?
    I hear Sunapee had 5,000 people on the hill yesterday. I guess that was some kind of record.

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    Get to the lot at 530 am for dawn patrol - problem solved!

    We also invested in skinny skis. We got them out after the 10:00 am powder bonanza got crushed by the stampede.

    Top half mountain glades were dreamy. The lower half still needs some work.

    Any report on Cambridge Fire headed up to the notch with a snowmobile and lights spinning yesterday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    GODDAMN CANUCKS CAN'T EVEN POST PROPERLY!!!!!!!!
    oh damn... looks like i need to brush up on my technique


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    Quote Originally Posted by therudeness View Post
    oh damn... looks like i need to brush up on my technique

    Niiiiice!

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    East MF Coast 19/20.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greenstateofmind View Post
    Get to the lot at 530 am for dawn patrol - problem solved!

    We also invested in skinny skis. We got them out after the 10:00 am powder bonanza got crushed by the stampede.

    Top half mountain glades were dreamy. The lower half still needs some work.

    Any report on Cambridge Fire headed up to the notch with a snowmobile and lights spinning yesterday?
    Snowboarder with shin and tibia fracture. Low tide, kids.

    Back-country skiers/riders....please be careful. While the snow at higher elevations may seem epic (itís probably not), near the bottom of that run we just donít have much base.... hidden obstacles can be season-ending.

    We pulled a snowboarder out of the woods yesterday with a fractured tibia. A hidden rock caused the fall....another hidden rock took out the shin bone.

    Thanks to Mt Mansfield Ski Patrol and Cambridge Fire/rescue for the assist.

  23. #1573
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    Up high is dreamy, down low is sketchy.


    My skis are approx. 1/2 lb lighter due to the ptex I left on all the rocks.


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  24. #1574
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    Thanks Bottle.

    And to the point of your post I could be more specific. We found good snow above 3000' but not everywhere. North-facing gullies with protection could be deep, if right.

    We hiked back up and out of a south-facing line up high, that was too pitched and still too scratchy.

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    Anyone hit McRasta Glades this weekend?

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