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  1. #801
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    Hoodoo was fantastic. Blue Bird day, snow got really good as the sun worked on it. The best part was that there was almost nobody there. I rarely saw anybody on the runs I was taking. I skied Mirkwood, Grandstand, Face, Crater, and Chucks Backside. Great Day of many turns!!

  2. #802
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    Way to slay the doo snojones.
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  3. #803
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    Spent the morning at Meadows. Pretty cool to see the sun for once. Groomer day for sure out there. Anything off trail was not fun.

    Ran into Pollard who was on a snowboard, hit the baby park off of HRE and remembered why I'm too old to do that anymore. Good times.

  4. #804
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattig View Post
    Not sure what to call this... Baby eagle? The semi-spread egret?
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    The Castrator
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  5. #805
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy View Post
    Sever ice storm at bachelor. Chunks of cocktail ice shedding from the trees. Falling then rolling out on the runs. It would ruin your day.
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    Ryan, you were right - there's a reason the lines are short on Outback. Scraped off sugar and ice, oh boy
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  6. #806
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    Ah, you didn't specify Jonesy size cocktails

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk

  7. #807
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    Lest ye forget, there is someone awaiting you heathens that are planning a trek to Mecca without a fresh 1/3 and your rosary beads.

    (for those not familiar with NWX, that is the Devil's Backbone sign)

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    Crippled but free, I was blind all the time, I was learning to 'ski'.

    The best backcountry advice ever given on the TGR forums:

    Quote Originally Posted by skibee View Post
    Tits are a good thing, if making a good decision so you can live to see tits again is all that motivates you then so be it!!!

  8. #808
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    Not my picture. Beautiful and dangerous
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  9. #809
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    Great shot by whomever

  10. #810
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh Poacher View Post
    Lest ye forget, there is someone awaiting you heathens that are planning a trek to Mecca without a fresh 1/3 and your rosary beads.

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    "Abandon hope all ye who enter here" would be appropriate given the conditions on that side of the mountain right now.
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  11. #811
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    Meadows needs to replace Blue & MHE with this bad boy...


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    Brilliant, so the 2 skiers who don't want to ride with those 2 snowboarders and the guy who waits behind for his buds and the kids who forget where their pass is and the rest of the beaters who otherwise don't make it into a group can continue loading 1-3 people per chair during peak times.

    Of course when lifties are actively working the line with loud volume and authority ( you know who you are and we salute you), chairs get loaded, but it seems like that's a work in progress depending on the day and the lift.

    All that said, it is interesting to me how empty the slopes can be at MHM for how busy the lift lines can be. So bring on the 8 pack.

    In other news, nuke fest this weekend. Saturday might toe the line in terms of snow density, but I ain't complainin'! Bring a shovel.

  13. #813
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattig View Post
    In other news, rain & ice fest this weekend...high winds & likely lift delays. Tell your friends.
    FIFY


    mattig, bring yer walky sticks & we can do a tutorial on kick turns one of the days

  14. #814
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    2019-20 - Oregon - it never snows here and when it does, it sucks

    Mt Hood sastrugi factory is producing at maximum output. Be careful ye who enter the off piste to poach a fresh turn this weekend. The groomers are nice today though!

    Alpy on Thursday then off to JH this weekend so I’ll be leaving the mhm shit show for an ikonic shit show.

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  15. #815
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    I don't know fort, looks like carvers would slice right threw that hoodlishous condition. ;-)
    Have a fun/safe trip.
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  16. #816
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy View Post
    I don't know fort, looks like carvers would slice right threw that hoodlishous condition. ;-)
    Have a fun/safe trip.
    Only psia level 25 certified with jonesy approved technique could carve through that stuff. I’ll stick to corduroy!

  17. #817
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    Spring info up now on Bachelor's website:
    https://www.mtbachelor.com/sunchaser-spring/

  18. #818
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    I’ll stick to corduroy!
    Says the BC skier....
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  19. #819
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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Spring info up now on Bachelor's website:
    https://www.mtbachelor.com/sunchaser-spring/
    me & the boy loosely targeting Sa 3/28- Mo 3/30 & maybe a weeeekend further towards the end of Apr

  20. #820
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    me & the boy loosely targeting Sa 3/28- Mo 3/30 & maybe a weeeekend further towards the end of Apr
    I may have to "Spring" for a Bachy spring pass this year.

    Speaking of, when is the Bachy mini?

  21. #821
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    Pick a weekend. Let’s include a Friday and/or a Monday so the midweek pass crowd can attend.
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  22. #822
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    ^ I need to make it down there sooner rather than later. Dude won one of those Bachelor 2 of 3 tickets at a TGR premiere and gifted it to me. No blackouts after Sunday. Kinda shooting for the end of this month potentially mid week to maximize my ski time. Gotta keep my promise and shred Bachelor for the dude.

    Doing my best to keep a cars off the road this weekend and I got permission to work Saturday. Boss says I have to get out there and join the hoards Sunday and Monday though

  23. #823
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    The late arrival of today’s storm made for nice soft warm bluebird skiing at Hoodoo, up until clouds socked in at 1 and then things refroze and crusted over between 3 and 4 pm ... groomed was holding up well through the evening though.
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    "Strapping myself to a sitski built with 30lb of metal and fibreglass then trying to water ski in it sounds like a stupid idea to me.

    I'll be there."
    ... Andy Campbell

  24. #824
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Pick a weekend. Let’s include a Friday and/or a Monday so the midweek pass crowd can attend.
    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    I may have to "Spring" for a Bachy spring pass this year.

    Speaking of, when is the Bachy mini?
    How about
    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    me & the boy loosely targeting Sa 3/28- Mo 3/30 & maybe a weeeekend further towards the end of Apr

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    That's the only possible Bachy weekend for us due to lacrosse season starting in April

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