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  1. #826
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    Did a quick Cone lap before work. Got rimed pretty good going up. Hopefully that changes as the day progresses.
    "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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    Make it so 3/28-3/30. Blasting off soon to Alpy

  3. #828
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    Hoodoo was most excellent. Empty and dust on crust.
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  4. #829
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    Spent the eve at meadows. Started snowing and blowing around 4. Tomorrow is morning is going to be primo, if you can stomach the crowds.

  5. #830
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    Bachelor has been fun...been on boards the past couple of days. Chalky snow where the wind has been blowing it...feel like the ice is starting to get buried. Today didn't seem too crowded.

    Hoping tonight's storm delivers.

  6. #831
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    Woke up expecting more than the dusting currently at WP. Where’s the snow?


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  8. #833
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Murian View Post
    Woke up expecting more than the dusting currently at WP. Where’s the snow?


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    It was nuking all day at Meadows and then even more last night. The pic of my camper is from this morning and I had cleared 4-6 inches off before I went to bed at 10pm. And those 4-6 inches accumulated over the course of 2-3 hours tops. Before that, it was snowing sideways for most of the day. Despite all that, the snow that's up here is pretty typical , if not even more cascade-y than normal. It's not leg breaking mashed taters, but it isn't what I was hoping for when we decided to camp. Beyond that, there are still so many areas of stealthy gray ice. Definitely not expected given the seemingly massive snowfall.

    Upside: skiing beats not-skiing pretty much any day, and today is no exception. Grom learned how to skin and kick turn in Bennett lot, and we built an anatomically correct snowman. NSFW on that pic...


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    Asking for tbs.
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  10. #835
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    some good turns were had at Bachy.





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  11. #836
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    2019-20 - Oregon - it never snows here and when it does, it sucks

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    Gods skied great after lunch, tho accessing it was bony

  12. #837
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    Silky today
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    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
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    Sweet shot, Tap!

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    Today looked like this
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    Found knee deep in a few places all morning before my legs (and health-preservation) said enough

    Somehow we managed to avoid the lines and get after it, just the boy and me.

    I really wasn’t expecting much, but 6” overnight skied great on top of Saturday’s fluff. Temps kept it all cold. What a sleeper day it turned out to be!!

  16. #841
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    Timberline skied amazing today too. They “said” 10-inches fell but it too was knee-deep in spots (especially the trees off West Pitch, between Vickie’s/Molly’s and a few other spots). Wasn’t skied out by lunch when my buddy’s legs have out (his 3rd time skiing, ever) and we left. Had a great day overall.

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  17. #842
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    Anybody know more about the fatality in Heather yesterday?
    https://www.kgw.com/article/news/loc...f-f5721763855b

    Sad situation. RIP Mr Zeitner
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    Didn’t see that...sad news

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    Sorry to hear that news.

    Backside was good today.
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    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tap View Post
    Sorry to hear that news.

    Backside was good today.
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    Great picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Anybody know more about the fatality in Heather yesterday?
    https://www.kgw.com/article/news/loc...f-f5721763855b

    Sad situation. RIP Mr Zeitner
    Don't know any real details. Rumor I heard was a long slide on a firm surface. RIP.

    I definitely encountered some bulletproof conditions while traversing over to clark today.

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    Had a small plane looping low overhead this evening for about an hour near pea gravel. Seemed like he was looking for something.
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  22. #847
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    ^^^nice snaps as always J
    Oh yea, and Candy Cane FTMFW
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  23. #848
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    Sunday and Monday were good at Ski Bowl.

    My boys and I had fun showing some friends (strong intermediate) around yesterday.

    Here is my littlest demanding a little alone time on the chair.
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  24. #849
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    ^^^nice snaps as always J
    Oh yea, and Candy Cane FTMFW
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
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  25. #850
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    Ugh, 2nd death in Heather: https://www.oregonlive.com/news/2020...er-canyon.html

    Article said he was visiting for work and stayed for a few ski days - it sounds like he was probably out there for a few days before anyone went looking for him, pretty awful. Condolences to family and friends.

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