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  1. #951
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    Skiing was good, stoke at days end was high, time to decompress and reload.

  2. #952
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    Well, that was quite a day... shoulda brought the snorkel. Multiple inches on the hat brim at the end of the skintrack. Village tomorrow, early in the tram line.

    The mrs finding some ungodly deep blower.
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    Great view of the Tetons from Dornans. Best way to close out an all time day.
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  3. #953
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    Skied with Dfinn the last few days. 25 short yesterday and some deep Ollie laps today. Fun was had. Hell of a storm cycle. Hell of a winter. My legs are tired.

    Edit to add: big clap of thunder and flash of lightning out west of Driggs. Wild evening.
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  4. #954
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    2 road closures, 3 near misses with cops and 10.5 hours later Ö
    And I'm finally here.

    Look for a neon yellow jacket with blue helmet in the early tram line and ask for change.
    Should be meeting up with Djongo, super stoked to make turns with him again.

    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  5. #955
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    Titttttaaaaaaayyyyyzzzz!

    See ya in the tramline.

  6. #956
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfluffenmeister View Post
    2 road closures, 3 near misses with cops and 10.5 hours later Ö
    And I'm finally here.

    Look for a neon yellow jacket with blue helmet in the early tram line and ask for change.
    Should be meeting up with Djongo, super stoked to make turns with him again.

    Iím not skiing my MX98s tomorrow, but may try to make it for an early tram. TBD


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  7. #957
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    I’m not skiing my MX98s tomorrow, but may try to make it for an early tram. TBD


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    Yeah, no 98s for me tomorrow either …
    Thinking the Lhasa Pows!
    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  8. #958
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    Last week I could only get 5 trams, thanks to the blackout this weekend, I got 7 today. on the
    first public at 9:05, on the last at 3:30. No food or drink, just straight powder skiing.

    Will do the same again tomorrow.


    Wow wow wow.
    The market is dominated by fat skis largely because young toughs want what they see in videos: organ donors hucking into heliski bowls. -Seth Masia

  9. #959
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfluffenmeister View Post
    Yeah, no 98s for me tomorrow either Ö
    Thinking the Lhasa Pows!
    Coin flip between Pon2oons and BMX115, depends on my mood in the am (really how much wind we get tonight and how wind fucked I think the snow has gotten)


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  10. #960
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    Gonna be in the early tram line, green jacket, black helmet, on3p billy goats

  11. #961
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    Today will bring out the tards
    They only watch the morning report, not the actual weather forecast


    Yesterday afternoon must have been sweet
    Refills
    No lines
    Deeeeeep pow
    ďLife has become immeasurably better since I have been forced to stop taking it seriously.Ē
    Hunter S. Thompson

  12. #962
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    Today will bring out the tards
    They only watch the morning report, not the actual weather forecast


    Yesterday afternoon must have been sweet
    Refills
    No lines
    Deeeeeep pow
    another great weekend of storm riding bell to bell 9am or 3pm didn't matter. deep, stable, untracked out the gates all day..

  13. #963
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    I heard the traffic was backed up all the way to Sidewinders...
    Forum Cross Pollinator

  14. #964
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    I heard the traffic was backed up all the way to Sidewinders...
    Start bus rammed by an SUV out by Calicoís.
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

  15. #965
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    Good day in the sun and plenty of soft turns to go around. Skied the Djongo Special first thing, scored good turns. Fed some birds then hunted for leftovers. Great success!

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  16. #966
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    Damn, that looks killer TFT!

  17. #967
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    Not as epic a day as yesterday, but still got some great laps in including a center punch on the Headwall cliff band that Iíve been staring at the past few days.

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  18. #968
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    That was a stellar day of pow turns with friends, WOW!

    The TFT's just made it onto the first box and we were away within a minute of debarkation at the summit. Off to the Far Drift and a sweet set of bootttop turns down to Ross' slide where we all had another 800 vert of boot to knee deep turns.

    It pays to get up and out the door. We had untracked or close all the way down. Going with the flow of the line. Feeling my Chi flow out and down the slope. So much good snow. kneedeep plus or minus with plenty of hip shots around.

    Hunting shorter lines, we pounded a few Caspers and even a coupla Marmots as they were ski-on and soft skiing from the study plots to the liftline. Soft windblown buffery over soft, deep crud. What a great combination.

    Finally cat and moused Pfluffenmeister as he skied beneath us on Thunder, yelling - ' Change for a nickel'. Really loudly. We 4 chaired over for another OB lap via Ship's prow for a soft tilted field of pow. More quality snow for a final lap around 2.

    Good fun my friends. Way to get after it. Not too many people had a better day than us.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    For the first time, all season, I did not have boot/foot pain within the first 30 minutes. Stood in tram line for about an hour, nope. Skied 5 hours, nope.
    No nothing for pain or even cold.
    Why?

    Because Skiing-in-Jackson gave me the full 'remold my intuition' treatment.
    I am 100% better for an hours work. That's impressive. You nailed it for me mag, Thank You.

    He's in the basement of the Hostelx. Get in there.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Nice shot Skeeze. Man, you nailed some good storming. Solid work.

  19. #969
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    Stellar photos.
    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

  20. #970
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    What a weekend! Skied Taylor today. Foolishly thought we might have good viz, the sun was kind of out when we headed up.

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    20 minutes from the summit the weather went back to what itís been doing all weekend. Heavy snow and 0 viz. Great skiing though.

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    We went up the ridge to the west. Is it a lot less effort to go up the ridge that splits the S and E face?

  21. #971
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    Yesterday was top 5 for my short 6 year life in Jackson. Iím fairly mellow and donít get too high or low, but I had serious powder fever, wanted it all and now. Even suggested some crazy shit to get more pow, but wstdeep talked some sense into me.


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  22. #972
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    such a good weekend
    lower crowding and it was ungodly deep out there- more than expected
    was so close, yet so far away to finally getting laps with skibird and wstdeep but too good to pause to wait. plus I had my rare 4 lady ski posse so gotsta roll with it
    every run was better than expectations
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    poor husband gimped himself up again on saturday morning and had to take it easy this powder cycle. it was hard to conceal my glee
    he tagged this little snowsnake in Mr Toads on saturday morning and jacked up his ankle again. I want to go find it and saw that bastard branch out
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    skid luxury

  23. #973
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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    such a good weekend
    lower crowding and it was ungodly deep out there- more than expected
    was so close, yet so far away to finally getting laps with skibird and wstdeep but too good to pause to wait. plus I had my rare 4 lady ski posse so gotsta roll with it
    every run was better than expectations
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    poor husband gimped himself up again on saturday morning and had to take it easy this powder cycle. it was hard to conceal my glee
    he tagged this little snowsnake in Mr Toads on saturday morning and jacked up his ankle again. I want to go find it and saw that bastard branch out
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    Everyone makes mistakes haha

    Good to see you ladies out shredding, always next time


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  24. #974
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    Keeping an eye out here since I'm coming out first week in March for some inbounds and bc action.
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

  25. #975
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    Hey, I'm heading for JH this weekend. Skiing Saturday thru Monday. On Saturday, I'm meeting up with family, (4 adults). I have a pass, but none of them do. It seems like I've seen posts in here where some of you JH mags have access to discounted day passes. Is that a possibility?

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