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  1. #1776
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    East MF Coast 19/20.

    Solid day at Smuggs. Snow to
    push around, edgeable everything, lift lines long but the fixed grip dubs meant trails to ourselves. Heck, even Mrs
    P cheated and took the chair to the top a few times. More terrain would be nice, though.

    Saints & Liars at Higher Ground proved that VT beats Maine as Ghost of Paul Revere was simply sad version of Mumblers & Sons. We couldn’t take more than 3 cheese-ballads. They need to let the guy who plays lap steel and harp run the band.

    SoVT FTW.



    Sloppy drive home in 2/3” of mixed precip.

    Edit - almost forgot some winners today.



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  2. #1777
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    Willoughby! Nice to see.

    2 1/4" of very dense snow bob at 33`.
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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. "
    Ottime

  3. #1778
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    Ragged was surprisingly good today, considering how hard it poured last night. Although I now have some selfie-stick envy.

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  4. #1779
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    Those are some old ass public enemyís

  5. #1780
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post


    Jeezum, we can do better then this. Please stop calling out people because their jeans are in the wash.

  6. #1781
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    https://unofficialnetworks.com/2020/...ont-ski-slope/


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    That Don't Make No Sense

  7. #1782
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinfever View Post
    https://unofficialnetworks.com/2020/...ont-ski-slope/


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    Shocking that was only his second DUI.

    You'd think he might have had a bigger and better body of work leading up to this.

  8. #1783
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post




    Caption this photo

    " Hmmmm Maple or Poplar? "
    "Gloria you look like shit ! I'm outa here"

  9. #1784
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Shocking that was only his second DUI.

    You'd think he might have had a bigger and better body of work leading up to this.
    word on the street is his navi system told him that route was a good shortcut to I-89.

  10. #1785
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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post
    Ragged was surprisingly good today, considering how hard it poured last night. Although I now have some selfie-stick envy.

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

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  11. #1786
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    The chowder was as thick as my legs now feel. That was a good workout.

  12. #1787
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    If you missed it we are having a gathering this coming starting Friday February 7 at my adopted home mountain, Black Mountain of Maine. Saturday and Sunday will be at da ‘loaf. Ground hogs day storm yes/no? My advanced event planning can be found in the thread Sugarloaf 2020 , Get Your Vision Checked
    Last edited by cat in january; 01-27-2020 at 08:38 AM.

  13. #1788
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    If you missed it we are having a gathering this coming weekend starting Friday at my adopted home mountain, Black Mountain of Maine. Saturday and Sunday will be at da Ďloaf. Ground hogs day storm yes/no? My advanced event planning can be found in the thread Sugarloaf 2020 , Get Your Vision Checked
    Ah man, got ski lessons w kiddo that weekend. Was hoping this would fall on a non-ski lesson week, but alas. Hope you guys have a good one! Really hope to finally snow slide in ME this season.

    Today was decent!

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    24į 06į

  14. #1789
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    If you missed it we are having a gathering this coming weekend starting Friday at my adopted home mountain, Black Mountain of Maine. Saturday and Sunday will be at da ‘loaf. Ground hogs day storm yes/no? My advanced event planning can be found in the thread Sugarloaf 2020 , Get Your Vision Checked
    Feb. 7-9 yes? Concurrent with Fire on the Mountain festival at Sugarloaf.

  15. #1790
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    Feb. 7-9 yes? Concurrent with Fire on the Mountain festival at Sugarloaf.
    what he said ^^^
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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  16. #1791
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    East MF Coast 19/20.

    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    what he said ^^^
    If it is then hallelujah Iím fkn there, but that doesnít sound like ground hog day weekend
    24į 06į

  17. #1792
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Shocking that was only his second DUI.

    You'd think he might have had a bigger and better body of work leading up to this.
    Quality over quantity. I wonder what his other was for.

  18. #1793
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    Yes brain fart on my part. 2/7-9

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    Gore sort of kicked ass today
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  20. #1795
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    Yes brain fart on my part. 2/7-9
    Sweet, gonna make it happen!
    24į 06į

  21. #1796
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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    That doesn't look so bad on a rainy day like today. Some funny falls, but obviously beginners so we've all been there. And you don't see pomas often even if you ski a lot, so I can understand people having trouble with them.

    Would you classify the snow as frozen granular, packed powder, variable, or some other classification? I've heard you need to make reservations or is that just in case it's super busy.
    As for the surface conditions, the two early sessions I went to had firm machine groomed corduroy. The seams between groomer passes were a little rough. After a little traffic, it skied like firm packed powder. As we approached closing time (10 pm) Friday night, there were some slick spots. Supposedly, they make snow every night.

    You donít need reservations, but I highly recommend buying in advance and going first thing in the morning (10 AM open). You donít want to be there when itís crowded as itís really not worth it to wait in lift lines to ski there. From what I can tell, they only sell 50 advance tickets per time slot and limit the crowd to 500 people total. Considering there are only 39 chairs on the lift, the max capacity is 76 people ďin the airĒ. Add another dozen on the hill and 20 in the corral... you probably donít want to ski there with more than 200 other people (considering the beginner area/carpets too).

    Then again, come summer, where else are you going to ski????
    Because rich has nothing to do with money.

  22. #1797
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    Get the trash bags ready for the weekend...

  23. #1798
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    Yesterday sure felt like groundhog day



    Can we go for three powder sundays in a row?

  24. #1799
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    Did my AIARE 1 this weekend.

    An incident featuring Rog (remember Rog?) was a cautionary case study in one of the classroom sessions. The thing read like one of his TGR posts. I chuckled... then remembered it could happen to anybody (though I like to think I wouldn't have been up there that day).

  25. #1800
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    Quote Originally Posted by spanky View Post
    If only there were seeded bumps in the tilted warehouse in the swamps of NJ. Iíll admit, Iíve been there for three different sessions already. Itís not that bad given the proximity to home. Where else can you ski during a fire?!?! This happened last night...



    At least they were sensible and didnít evacuate the place. They did shut down the chairlift. But, they spun up the poma instead to keep people skiing. The patroller explained to me that they didnít want to risk having people suspended from the lift if there truly was a problem and the power went out.

    The place is great Jerry entertainment. Especially when they were trying to ride the poma. Given the poma ďtrackĒ is on the ski slope, it was super easy to just grab an empty platter after a Jerry fell off. Never had to wait in line!
    I actually work for the GC here. I brought my skis in weeks before they opened right after they first started making snow and walked up to take what may of been the first ever indoor lap in north America.

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