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  1. #601
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    Found some nice snow with around 15" depth on the Wapack Trail today. It looks like folks are finding deeper in the Greens. Still, it was nice.
    The sad truth is that whine does not age well

  2. #602
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    15` and calm bob, 2 1/4" refresh overnight. Get it!


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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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  3. #603
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    brisk one down in da lowlands, 5.4 is the low so far.
    lookin to be a beaut oot dere.

    go git sum y'alls
    go Go GO!

    19-20: 8. 18-19: 86! 17-18: 80. 16-17: 56. 15-16: 40. 14-15: 33. 13-14: 56ish. 12-13: 51. 11-12: 65. 10-11: 69. 09-10: 65.

  4. #604
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    Solid soup start!

  5. #605
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    Aaah... zoop with an appropriate cracker count... I'm hangry
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

  6. #606
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    snowing strong and steady at the Bush.

  7. #607
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    Mid northwest greens approx. 23 mins from my house (not gps coordinates, but as close as I got) were pretty fluffy. Clean woods are good, anything with underbrush is still choked.





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  8. #608
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    most excellent, hit again tomorrow if you can

  9. #609
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    Fun pow day in magicstan.

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  10. #610
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
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    Solid soup start!
    hows the mighty skiing?

  11. #611
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goniff View Post
    Fun pow day in magicstan.

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    Three oyster crackers is not enough oyster crackers....

  12. #612
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    yeah and the mighty is definitely winning on the bowl, ditch thee styrofoam magic. Skiing looked great

  13. #613
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    FussyDutchman and I found the best of what Smuggs offers up today (and the menu was tasty).

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    ps - Moeghoul, you should have stuck around.

  14. #614
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    FussyDutchman and I found the best of what Smuggs offers up today (and the menu was tasty).

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    ps - Moeghoul, you should have stuck around.
    Looks like the zipper on his coat pocket is open.

  15. #615
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    Spun the wheel and joined the conga line for some fresh, can't believe how slow some people walk.

    They saved a ribbon for me along the edge. Walked to top of GH after and skied home, didn't want to run the wet guns.

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    Carrot Ginger and a DS
    no saltines, thank you

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    8.3/10
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  16. #616
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    Quote Originally Posted by robrox View Post
    Found some nice snow with around 15" depth on the Wapack Trail today. It looks like folks are finding deeper in the Greens. Still, it was nice.
    We were pretty close to each other today, Rob. I hope we cross paths again this season!

    I had been hoping to get over to Greylock or the Hoosac range this weekend, but it just wasn't in the cards. So, I stayed closer to home. About 1.5" of fluff on top of the still-soft remnants from the last storm made for soft turns, but it didn't ski as deep as it did a few days ago. Mercifully, Thursday's slight thaw didn't make it much beyond 495.

    Riding lifts tomorrow.

    Pics are all posting sideways. I have no idea wtf is going on with that right now.

  17. #617
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    Apparently if I take a screen shot of a photo using the phone that took the original, they orient right-side-up. What the hell, tgr?
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  18. #618
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    whoa. what a daze.

    dont ferget - skiing is seeriooous bidness.
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    haha yea right. skiiing is fuuuuuuuuun!!!!!!
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    ooooh
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    nice signature
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    wicked good snow twoday
    croo gives er an 8 today. party on bitchessss
    go git sum twomorrow!
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    go Go GO!

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  19. #619
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    Barely enough snow for the skiing to be excellent.Click image for larger version. 

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  20. #620
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    ^^Some great looking snow.

    Plattekill opened today and most of the snow that fell Monday and the lake effect that fell this week was largely untracked.

    Great, great day, spirits were mid-winter high.


  21. #621
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Looks like the zipper on his coat pocket is open.
    That one never gets old does it, 6 yrs later and still brings the laffs!

    Conditions were far above expectations and crowds way below, a rare combo. Low hanging fruit was so good Peruvian didn't force me to earn any turns today despite that being the plan. We found many low angle spots that were ideal and even a few untouched steeps after a short hike but some others that still had sharp teeth and or water bars that were lurking below the clean canvas...just glad there was no photographic evidence of my loosing battle with that well I ended up in. 3 days in row this early in the season had my back leg cooked by early afternoon but I managed to keep the freeheeler in site most of the day.

    Only one shot on our way back to the lot but somehow everyone forgot about the left side which Peruvian glady farmed. Get after it tomorrow if you can before the rinse cycle does!




  22. #622
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    Quote Originally Posted by FussyDutchman View Post
    That one never gets old does it, 6 yrs later and still brings the laffs!

    Conditions were far above expectations and crowds way below, a rare combo. Low hanging fruit was so good Peruvian didn't force me to earn any turns today despite that being the plan. We found many low angle spots that were ideal and even a few untouched steeps after a short hike but some others that still had sharp teeth and or water bars that were lurking below the clean canvas...just glad there was no photographic evidence of my loosing battle with that well I ended up in. 3 days in row this early in the season had my back leg cooked by early afternoon but I managed to keep the freeheeler in site most of the day.

    Only one shot on our way back to the lot but somehow everyone forgot about the left side which Peruvian glady farmed. Get after it tomorrow if you can before the rinse cycle does!



    Scooch leg???

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