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  1. #1951
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    Have been instinctively watching clock last half hour wondering why.. oh , Should be unloading from last lap on red right now....
    Shits not right. Go get some for me.


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  2. #1952
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    Some lines are still pretty thwacky...


    But other aspects are filling in nicely.






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  3. #1953
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Have been instinctively watching clock last half hour wondering why.. oh , Should be unloading from last lap on red right now....
    Shits not right. Go get some for me.


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    Didn't get out today...hoping for overnight drying and some upslope tomorrow.

    Obligations....le sigh....

  4. #1954
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    Got some pics from og today ,it helped keep me at bay. Get out there buddy!


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  5. #1955
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    Sleeper day at Sunday River, too... I'm not sure whether it was the wet precip in the forecast or the proletariat pass being blacked out, but it may have been the lightest Saturday I've seen this year.

    The snow didn't really start until something like 9 or 9:30, but then it started nuking. Skiing was pretty damn good when I bailed at 12:30 for family obligations and goggles that had given up any hope of being useful.

    It turned to wet precip in town by 4, and clearing the driveway was a junk show, but I'm wondering if the upper portions of the mountain stayed dry.

    I'm betting on a cluster tomorrow when everyone who skipped today hears that the skiing was good and the lines were MIA.

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  6. #1956
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    5600 reported at Stratton. Biggest day of the season but only 1/2 of a “normal” MLK Saturday.

  7. #1957
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    Solid pasting here in the groovy UV (tm Akokskis, 2017), the ground should be solidly (emphasis on SOLID) white for a while.

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  8. #1958
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    It snowed quite a bit somewhere. I heard it was good all day. Gortex necessary. None left for Sunday. Beer time.


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  9. #1959
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    5600 reported at Stratton. Biggest day of the season but only 1/2 of a “normal” MLK Saturday.
    Can attest, lift lines were pretty mellow. Where’d you get that stat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iriponsnow View Post
    Can attest, lift lines were pretty mellow. Where’d you get that stat?
    I know people.

  11. #1961
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    Mtl did ok
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    Crowded on Mount Royal but the xc condish was nice
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  12. #1962
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    nice nite snow outing tonite

  13. #1963
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    Yesterday's snow was complete paste. But overnight at the base of Magic we got 3" of fluff. Today may be the first day we wish we had the quad's capacity. 29 degrees. I can hear the wind but it's up high. Almost calm here at the bottom.

  14. #1964
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    Wow, look at Bucket go, I am going to have to push harder to catch up this season.

    28º bob, currently calm with 6 5/8" of new snow overnight.

    Yesterday was a shitshow at the bush. HG on winhold until the afternoon and bravo breaking down at 9 led to crazy long lines. As expected an abundance of poor skiers/riders everywhere.

    Gave up and went home to shovel the drive again. 10:30 and only 12 tracks on the ungroomed Lower Hotshot lol.

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    Haven't seen a line this long on the triple since '94 when it was Sugar Bravo




    Skied home through the woods. Snow was dense but not supportive enough on a 106, really needed the Lotus 120's for float


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    Still felt good to be in some deep snow finally

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    And #19 on the German Flats ditch of shame. While the snorth™ access road isn't really GF the sign warrants inclusion. Couldn't figure out how they ended up there?

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    Not to disappoint, 200 yards down the road produced #20 MA plated Subi.


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    ^^glad you got some snow in the MRV.

    heh! those car mishaps must bring a sense of normalcy.

    the little bit of snow we got here made for the best skiing since the pre-xmas dump. last weekend's ice was covered throughout with soft, dense snow.

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  16. #1966
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    So much better luck today.....


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    "If the road You followed brought you to this,of what use was the road"?

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  17. #1967
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    Nice little morning at Alta of Quebec. Steeps weren’t in the but low angle was full throttle

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  18. #1968
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post
    Nice little morning at Alta of Quebec. Steeps weren’t in the but low angle was full throttle

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    Alta of Quebec?
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    Climate change deniers should be in the same boat as the flat earthers, ridiculed for stupidity.

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    SUTTON?

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    To be fair (to be faaiirr) - the roads in the MRV were total shit yesterday. We only saw one town or state truck out and it didn’t even have its plow down. WTAF?

    Anyway, today was a solo tour up to 3,000’ in the N Greens and the snow was deep (enough) and plenty supportive.

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  21. #1971
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    A few ridges over it was pretty good, but holy shit was it crowded. Saw about 50-60 people where I used to see 5-10.

    Found some solitude.



    And was still able to find some
    Untracked.



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    3-4’ drifts ftw S.VT

  23. #1973
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    I, too have been impressed by the stoke-promoting, uphill hordes this year...but for fucksake, if you are skinning up the only open run, have your headlamp on and stay to one of the sides.....(steaux related rant)
    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    A few ridges over it was pretty good, but holy shit was it crowded. Saw about 50-60 people where I used to see 5-10.
    Change of heart?

  25. #1975
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    Nope. Everyone was pretty cheerful, I just need to go someplace different/farther out.


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