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  1. #401
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    sweet sticks, first chair every time!
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  2. #402
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    George was fun today. Runs are definitely growing. LG likely would have been a good ski, but there was wind slab development and I know how steep it is at the top early season when standing on windscoured hard snow. Hiked up a closed out alley to the right of LG and did two runs. Best was able to keep skis on all the way to the car. Sherby skied really well-powder run. Only saw one other fellow up in the bowl outside my partner

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  3. #403
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    you’re the man, cat!
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  4. #404
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    George was fun today. Runs are definitely growing. LG likely would have been a good ski, but there was wind slab development and I know how steep it is at the top early season when standing on windscoured hard snow. Hiked up a closed out alley to the right of LG and did two runs. Best was able to keep skis on all the way to the car. Sherby skied really well-powder run. Only saw one other fellow up in the bowl outside my partner

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    Nice!

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  5. #405
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
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    Wow that’s a burly November mission, nice one!


    Speaking of alpine terrain, gonna post this up here. We still got some spots to fill if any Mags are interested in our winter 2020 hut trip.

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    Chic-Chocs Hut Trip 2020:
    Mines Madeleine hut is booked from Saturday Feb 29 to Saturday Mar 7, 2020
    Ski-in/Skin-out fully equipped hut includes electricity, fridge, oven, wood stove, shower and toilet.
    Year after year, this trip delivers an amazing week of touring right out front door and quality cabin time with good friends.
    $275 CDN per person for the entire week, due by January 15.

    Get in touch if you're interested. PM or danmelon at gmail
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  6. #406
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    George was fun today. Runs are definitely growing. LG likely would have been a good ski, but there was wind slab development and I know how steep it is at the top early season when standing on windscoured hard snow. Hiked up a closed out alley to the right of LG and did two runs. Best was able to keep skis on all the way to the car. Sherby skied really well-powder run. Only saw one other fellow up in the bowl outside my partner

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    Here’s what it looked like from across the street
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  7. #407
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    yup you can see the little gully we were climbing up. Good looking snow there on your side probably not as many rocks as skiing the climb down out of the bowl
    Last edited by cat in january; 11-26-2019 at 01:33 PM.

  8. #408
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post

    Speaking of alpine terrain, gonna post this up here. We still got some spots to fill if any Mags are interested in our winter 2020 hut trip.

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    Chic-Chocs Hut Trip 2020:
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    Ski-in/Skin-out fully equipped hut includes electricity, fridge, oven, wood stove, shower and toilet.
    Year after year, this trip delivers an amazing week of touring right out front door and quality cabin time with good friends.
    $275 CDN per person for the entire week, due by January 15.

    Get in touch if you're interested. PM or danmelon at gmail
    Chic Chocs are the real deal. $275cdn is for lodging only? Assuming I'd need to bring my own titties and beer?

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    Ragged opens Friday. Until then lake is still soft on top.

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  10. #410
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    yup you can see the little gully we were climbing up. Good looking snow there on your side probably not as many rocks as skiing the climb down out of the bowl
    Awesome job!
    I will skin up Cannon tomorrow morning in case there are takers. Hot lap and home.

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  11. #411
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    yup you can see the little gully we were climbing up. Good looking snow there on your side probably not as many rocks as skiing the climb down out of the bowl
    You go after it for an old phuck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    Chic Chocs are the real deal. $275cdn is for lodging only? Assuming I'd need to bring my own titties and beer?
    Yeah 275 is the hut fee. Other costs include food, bag transport, getting to Gaspe and possibly 1 hotel night or some kind of car camping along the way.

    The bag transport is 30ish CDN each way. Its ideal to try and limit yourself to 2 bags. Garbage has to be packed out so good food planning is important. Other option is to pulk your gear in for the 12k hike to the hut. We talk about it every year but never do it, because beer.

    Gaspé is far and the drive can be an adventure, but it has always been well worth it if you stay the week.

    Happy to provide any other details on the board or via pm/gmails
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  13. #413
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    Thanks Dan... I'm figuring out my winter trips and will be in touch if I can make it work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post
    Ragged opens Friday. Until then lake is still soft on top.

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    Talk about getting every last day of the season in, well done!

    Good stuff indeed Cat.

  15. #415
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    damn, not mine but too good not to share. I love this hill (La Reserve)

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  16. #416
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    Soft and choppy up here today.

  17. #417
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    ^^^Yasss. Good stuff up in here. Vacation means skiing.

  18. #418
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    Bet there aren't many boats still on the water right now...
    The Hatter threading the narrows of Killinton

    90 minutes lapping the wheel yesterday in the spring like snow. Might try to get out today before the freeze and crowds show up.

    Pretty sky this am


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    "If the road You followed brought you to this,of what use was the road"?

    "I have no idea what I am talking about but would be happy to share my biased opinions as fact on the matter. "
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    Today was FAF. April snurfing type snow and nice light. No crowds at all (not expecting that).

    Hopefully things are not rink-esque in the morning. Peace fools! Happy holidays and good times to youze all.
    Last edited by biggins; 11-27-2019 at 09:32 PM.

  20. #420
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    My prediction: many first day collisions and injuries tomorrow. Happy Thanksgiving, patrollers and EMS!

    Let's do some livin'
    After, we die

  21. #421
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    when feeling blue[ATTACH=CONFIG]304021 go skiing
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  22. #422
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    Who got snow not rain?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bowboybb View Post
    Who got snow not rain?


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    Snowing in Franconia NH now but rained last night. Still snow on the ground. Probably skin up again this morning. Yesterday I skied trails that had only natural snow. Cream cheese.

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  24. #424
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    Happy Thanksgiving!

    28` bob with 3/8" of new snow overnight. Get some!
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  25. #425
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    it seems like Killy just got washed out, maybe a little snow this morning. Sugarloaf seems like the place to be with 2 10” storms


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