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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tap View Post
    Happy Season is here
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullStack View Post
    I'm still wondering why Oregon gets its own thread.
    I am still wondering why the WA thread is called the PNW thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm Hood View Post
    I am still wondering why the WA thread is called the PNW thread.
    Bingo!

    And The Rogue Valley is also not really PNW - from a weather, topographic and geographic standpoint. But very much State of Orygun / Jefferson, very much stoked out with good skiing when the conditions allow. You can say the same for Anthony Lake!
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    Tomahawk Ski Bowl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm Hood View Post
    I am still wondering why the WA thread is called the PNW thread.
    That's weird because the PNW thread was created after a day @ Bachelor.

    So why is there an Oregon thread?

    Why is there no WA thread?

    All these questions!
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    We want more hippy pow!!! Fkna it’s good for low tide.


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    Ooohhhh doggy that looks good!

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    Hippy pow is happy pow.
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    (sigh)

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    Wow. Looking nice out there!

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    Weather Moose says dusting of snow

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    A snowy moose is a happy moose

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchralphMacchio View Post
    Bingo!

    And The Rogue Valley is also not really PNW - from a weather, topographic and geographic standpoint. But very much State of Orygun / Jefferson, very much stoked out with good skiing when the conditions allow. You can say the same for Anthony Lake!
    Wahoo for Rogue Valley folks! Had a nice rocky shralp up Mt. A the other afternoon!

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    2019-20 - Oregon - it never snows here and when it does, it sucks

    MHM boundary rules a little different this season?

    “Until then, we will not be allowing any uphill travel within the resort with the exception of the designated routes found here. Those who do hike for turns and want to re-enter the ski area boundary shall do so only into open terrain.”

    Did they allow re-entry into open terrain before?
    I was under the impression that the boundary was closed period

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    I always thought that you were allowed to re-enter the resort on to open terrain. I have encountered plenty of Meadows staff while doing that and never had them ask me to exit. I have had them ask me to exit while skinning up along the south rope line after/before operating hours
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    MHM boundary rules a little different this season?

    “Until then, we will not be allowing any uphill travel within the resort with the exception of the designated routes found here. Those who do hike for turns and want to re-enter the ski area boundary shall do so only into open terrain.”

    Did they allow re-entry into open terrain before?
    I was under the impression that the boundary was closed period
    This is the same as last year. I believe the big thing they do not want to happen is someone drop from the wyeast face into superbowl when it is closed.


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    Thin base, but good pow to be had. 60-70 cm total depth or so

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    Thin base, but good pow to be had. 60-70 cm total depth or so
    I make a motion that all snow measurements in Orygun are in inches or feet. I hate long division

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    120 cm ski pole, 1/2 of that is 60. I'll bring my conversion tables next time for the orygun crowd

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    I prefer fathoms
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    I'll be there."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backward_Banana View Post
    120 cm ski pole, 1/2 of that is 60. I'll bring my conversion tables next time for the orygun crowd
    Your own conversion tables say you’re wrong. 120 cm equals 47 inches. 1/2.54 for future math. Fuck that socialized education eh?

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    I hear vinches is the new snow depth standard in Washington. Let's steal it from 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    I hear vinches is the new snow depth standard in Washington. Let's steal it from 'em.
    Vinches only valid at Vail-owned venues
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