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  1. #901
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadman View Post
    Okay, so I get it. No one cares. But I did, in fact, hike The Cone today. And not only no, but HELL NO, you can NOT touch ME!



    Twas windy up on Bachelor. I did manage to do a few laps of Outback before it closed due to wind. Was not bad, except for the viz up top and the rime. Apparently people in Bend don't like to ski in the wind, not many people on the hill, which was more than okay with me.
    Love it - what chair is that?

    When did they close OBX? I'm seeing a gust of 97mph on NWX between 1100 and 1200
    Jonesy, GepMeow and I will be there Monday AM. Supposed to see some sun...
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    After a rough start, it turned out to be a great storm afternoon on hood. Tomorrow gonna be good

    Klauss Jr. getting some.

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  3. #903
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    "ice don't lie"

    That is pdx awesome ! Can you get some shirts made ?

  4. #904
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Love it - what chair is that?

    When did they close OBX? I'm seeing a gust of 97mph on NWX between 1100 and 1200
    Jonesy, GepMeow and I will be there Monday AM. Supposed to see some sun...
    Closed Outback around 11am. Pine Marten chair, 3rd gate from the left.
    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

  5. #905
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    Damn Klauss, looks like you got it yesterday!

    This morning was a gooder. Wish I could say I always time it this well.

    Rolled in to hrm at 930, two totally untracked laps in fright trees. High quality wind-sifted pow. Lots of of sluff in the chutes, so fun.

    Back up HRM, Star rope dropped a few chairs before offloading. Up star, ski over to 1/2 moon and wouldnít ya know the troller just dropped the rope. Short conditions update from her and Iím with 5 other folks through the gate. Traverse right into the trees, untracked all the way down.

    Riding Up heather, star stopped for some mechanical reason and lines building up. Sorry suckers...
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    Head for Ho Chi Minh - more untracked. So good, did it 2x.

    Up heather, then Swung through gods wall gate for the first time this year. Skiers left chute doesnít go unless you like billy goating over rocks and shrubbery. Skiers right chute looked tasty, only two tracks over there. traversed around and yup... it was deep. Quite a satisfying 2 hours.

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  6. #906
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    Kick ass. Itís nice when things just line up...

  7. #907
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    Methinks Bob is a mag!
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    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

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    Damn. I saw the helicopter flying around this afternoon and it felt ominous given the recent fatalities.

  10. #910
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    Yes Bob is an old mag

    Vertfest this weekend at Bachy under Red Chair. Please come say hi and maybe race!
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
    You know what to do

  11. #911
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    I have yet to see a Pine Marten in Oregon, but plenty of grey squirrels. Still, I'm glad Bachelor didn't name Pine Marten chair, the Grey Squirrel chair...

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/grey-squi...134925181.html
    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tap View Post
    Yes Bob is an old mag

    Vertfest this weekend at Bachy under Red Chair. Please come say hi and maybe race!
    Bdog IIRC

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    My private Idaho
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    Nice spring conditions at Meadows today. There might be up to four other people lapping Heather right now.
    Chronic Complainer Experiencing Ikon Cognitive Dissonance Since 2018

  15. #915
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullStack View Post
    Nice spring conditions at Meadows today. There might be up to four other people lapping Heather right now.
    you can post
    you can post a pic


    stoke out the office rats

  16. #916
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    Yesterday. For the office rats among us.

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  17. #917
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    you are a gentleman skier

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    Quote Originally Posted by river59 View Post
    Yesterday. For the office rats among us.

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    Have you skied anything on the gnarl side recently? Good coverage over there?

  20. #920
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    report i got from saturday was cooper spur was too firm for my source. Skied sunshine but I think walked down part.
    off your knees Louie

  21. #921
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    A bit off topic but anyone got recommendations for a good ski boot/fitting shop here in PDX? Relatively new to the sport and looking to invest in some quality footwear. Any advice is appreciated.

  22. #922
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    Alot of bad juju on mt hood recently.

  23. #923
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    talk to Bob at Mt Hood Alpine Racing Center http://www.mthoodarc.com/contact/ it is best to use his cell # which is on his website to set up a meeting he is the best

    Quote Originally Posted by litespeed View Post
    A bit off topic but anyone got recommendations for a good ski boot/fitting shop here in PDX? Relatively new to the sport and looking to invest in some quality footwear. Any advice is appreciated.

  24. #924
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Have you skied anything on the gnarl side recently? Good coverage over there?
    That pic was taken on an evening tour after skiing the resort. Didn't ski gnarl that day.

    I last skied the ridge about a week ago. Through the small bowl approximately midway between lamberson and elk meadow. Coverage was good. Snow was sun affected. The snow on track up from the lower newton crossing was thin and the existing track was put in by someone who didn't know the summer trail or had something to prove. Don't know how the recent storm affected it.

  25. #925
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    Bob is definitely the guy to see. If you don't want to travel to parkdale, i had good results at the mountain shop. I hear evo is decent for boot fitting.

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