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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadman View Post
    Rubbish. Give up skiing the best snow on earth for east coast ice pellets? Besides I have tried the soup at DV, and it's pretty darned good as far as ski resort soup goes.

    we’re gonna need some photos to evaluate the validity of your soup claims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    were gonna need some photos to evaluate the validity of your soup claims.
    Can you put soup in your pockets?

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    You can fill your thermos at DV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woolie12 View Post
    What? 3 inches of glob that'll turn to a sheet of ice within a day or two. Yeah, stay on the least coast and don't be a douche in PC. Check Alpinezone for the lastest gnar.
    Glob is a new term to me, after all this time. Sounds good, but I'm not quite sure what glob is. I think it's the stuff that made me happy when I learned to snowboard.

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    Forecast is for a whole lot more than glob this weekend, whatever glob is. But we need a few more more than glob events to make things fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Can you put soup in your pockets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Can you put soup in your pockets?

    Asking for a friend.
    only if you're wearing gore tex, anything less will leak all over.
    the trick isn't getting the soup into the pocket, its getting it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutah View Post
    only if you're wearing gore tex, anything less will leak all over.
    the trick isn't getting the soup into the pocket, its getting it out
    Is there a thread yet on the soup rating of Gore Tex vs other waterproof breathable membranes? Event, H2No, Dry Q, Dry Vent, Pertex, etc...

    I feel like soup adds a whole new layer of complexity to the garment decision making process. There's not just retention of the soup, there's the insulation factor (nobody wants cold soup - unless there's some special gazpacho colorway for 2021), and perhaps on-the-chairlift consumption should be considered - like a camelbak bladder hose, but larger, for soups that eat like a meal.

    Don't confuse your soup hose with your Avalung tube.
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

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    Ill be in DV Saturday and Monday Alta Sunday. Id love to run into Benny. Im cant picture the guy skiing.
    For the record I park at silver lake all the time when I venture over from the unwashed masses of BCC, however, Id be remiss to give away my hidden parking spots.
    I skied New Years Eve. I dont care for the skiing per se, lady Morgan is fun area. However, the wife loves the place so we do it up once a year.


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    For Benny


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    That looks good. What wine pairs well with pastrami toast?

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    Best food value on hill is lamb shepherds pie at Empire Lodge. Ill prolly be at Deer tomorrow. Mayflower ghangi is the way to go
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    Thanks for that. But doubtful it's on the Katz wine list.

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    the wife and I may be up there monday. I'll be kneedropping again on white G3s, ask for change

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    Black/white POC helmet with High West and Change stickers.
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    Cool, High West has stickers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
    the wife and I may be up there monday. I'll be kneedropping again on white G3s, ask for change
    We are for sure tomorrow, but my sons are begging me to ski at alta Monday. Im easily swayed to stay here though. The lack of on hill crowds today was refreshing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    Best food value on hill is lamb shepherds pie at Empire Lodge. Ill prolly be at Deer tomorrow. Mayflower ghangi is the way to go
    Yes stein was not a value. Wife loves it though. Lady Morgan was fire this morning and Ontario bowl skied great all day. Got my 15 year old in there this afternoon and he loved it.


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    Tomorrow, try to hit up X-files and Ruby bowl (past X-files). The snow is still good in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadman View Post
    Holy crap. Pocket soup.

    I can imagine being out on a hunt with nothing but water and dropping a few chunks into the pot to make a refreshing broth. Crazy old school shit. I had no idea
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    Why cant I buy portable soup instead of salty bullion?
    I has googed and cants find.

    Did find this:
    Today its biggest ticket to fame can be chalked up to the Lewis and Clark expedition from 1804-1806 into the territory of the recently acquired Louisiana Purchase. According to a letter that Lewis wrote in 1803, he purchased 193 pounds of this portable soup before departing Philadelphia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Has the Ikon phenomenon crowded up DV on weekends?
    "Deer Valley is the only ski area that saw an increase in its skier ability with the advent of the Ikon pass"

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