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  1. #1626
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    yeah

    this fkn dating thing ainít easy
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    THE OFFICIAL 20/21 TAHOE SKI & SNOWBOARD THREAD. PANDEMIC SCHMANDEMIC!

    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    copy that

    itís just that paying too much for crap skiing with a million gapers doesnít sound like the best first date, but certainly not the worst either

    trying to convince her to tour Sunday and KW Monday
    Chickadee ridge is a solid date option although the gapers will be out full force at Mt Rose meadows this weekend Iíll bet. Bring some black birdseed and ur Doolittle skills will for sure get u a handy in the woods.

    Sounds like you will be south tho. This weekend will be a shitshow all round. Good weekend for NFL but thatís not a good date option.

    Good luck. Dating is pretty exhausting. Keep swiping......


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  3. #1628
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    This weekend? If you want to save money I heard the protests in Carson will be free for all. Or maybe it was 'a' free for all. Anyway, could be an interesting first date.
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  4. #1629
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    whatís the story on buddy tickets at KW?

    despite my best instincts, Iím considering skiing there Sun Mon to meet up with a woman I met recently
    $81

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    "Holy Cow!" someone exclaimed from the back of the stationwagon.

  5. #1630
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    Far better than the current price for friends and family at SquAlpine....$156

  6. #1631
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    Decided to drag out my 40 year old XC touring skis and use the Royal Gorge part of my SB pass. Fell on my ass right out of the gate. Still hurts. It was a little slick in the tracks.
    Things looked relatively slow up on the summit. I wonder if things are going to be as busy a people expect this weekend, lack of snow and all.

    Goddamn tourists. Woman refused to pass a loader with chains doing 5 MPH on Squaw Valley road the other day, mostly in the bike lane, and screamed at me when I passed her (and the loader).

  7. #1632
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    yeah

    this fkn dating thing ainít easy
    Pace yourself, pandemic will mellow out and it'll be a lot easier. Same boat. I will say, the whole working at home thing has brought a new wave of talent to the extended Tahoe area. And a lot of nurses.

  8. #1633
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    absolutely

    thatís why itís no big deal to me if we donít ski together this weekend - I got time and patience
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    and then thereís the imminent wind forecast

    and

    the pattern change




    patience
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

  10. #1635
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    Man, I would opt out for another w/e or midweek.
    Given the non-stop cars on Northwoods today, I feel this weekend is gonna be packed with toolrists in all directions around the Lake.

    Doesn't help that S@H orders for Greater Sac have been lifted or that very few BA/SF folks are as considerate as 666...

    In other news, SRB was fun today between 12:40 And 2:40.
    Compacted speed slush, Edward J. Olmos, and .razed glazed conditions. Both turnouts were full, but I only saw 3 people on the hill when I was out there and had each of my 3 runs to myself...
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    THE OFFICIAL 20/21 TAHOE SKI & SNOWBOARD THREAD. PANDEMIC SCHMANDEMIC!

    thanks Spence

    we been thinking about Chris

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    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

  12. #1637
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    was he wearing a goat head?
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    thanks Spence

    we been thinking about Chris

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    Is that a Mexican poncho or is that a Sears poncho?

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    yes
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    thatís Chris Anderson


    one of the best humans evar
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    killed by a drunk driver on his way to work at Northstar 3 years ago
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    my sonís first proper ski coach and a very good friend
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    THE OFFICIAL 20/21 TAHOE SKI & SNOWBOARD THREAD. PANDEMIC SCHMANDEMIC!

    we hit KT early one morning when Owen was that little

    I was scared as we rolled around the road and looked down to AM - looked like he could fall off the world and go far


    the moguls were fkn hudge - as big as tiny Owen

    Iím not exactly a mogul skier

    OB and Chris and I were making our way down when a woman rolled up to Owen and asked ďdoes your mommy know where you are right now?Ē

    he pointed at Chris and I and said ďyeah, Iím with these guysĒ

    she looked mortified

    OB continued to kill it down KT
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

  19. #1644
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    a couple of yíall were there when he skied around the finish at his first big ski race at SV
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    4 weeks after testing positive. Finally got to France, took a while to test negative again.

    My first day on skis this season. Skied one of these couloirs, all untracked, and just this ridge alone will keep me busy for a couple of weeks.

    Resorts are closed, tons of rando skiers, but luckily for me, they don't like to ski couloirs

    Boot top powder.

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    A hard freeze last night and a cool East breeze at Rose are combining to keep the temps down and the snow much firmer today (Sat) than the last couple days.
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    Just starting to soften under Zephyr on the Slide side.

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    Had a rare Sat off from work, so I made a beer run down to the foothills (Moonraker and Moksa).
    Steady stream of E/B traffic on 80 at 10:30 am.
    W/B Amber alert sign alerted me that the Donner Summit Sno Park was full (it was still full at 1:30 with cars double-parked and backed up to Boreal).
    Saw a CHP and tow truck hauling somebody away at the Castle Peak trailhead, plus a white Subi that looked like that Beemer TBC posted recently.
    The Kingvale tubing hill was a Covid outbreak in progress at 10:30 And still a clusterfugg at 1:30; cars were overflowing under 80.
    Pretty much every pullout, turnout, quasi parking spot from Nyack to Negro Canyon was overflowing with people (Both Emmigrant and Yuba Gap areas were packed and the Nyack Shell was SRO) .
    Downtown Truckee is a zoo.
    Drove by SRB to see about a late afternoon schuss and all the lots and the surrounding streets were full.
    Went home and ate a late lunch instead.
    Back to the grind tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
    Had a rare Sat off from work, so I made a beer run down to the foothills (Moonraker and Moksa).
    Steady stream of E/B traffic on 80 at 10:30 am.
    Drove by SRB to see about a late afternoon schuss and all the lots and the surrounding streets were full.
    Did my beer and others run yesterday. Made sure I don't have to leave the house (by car) again until after next weekend.
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    pictures of the CP sno parks made me glad I stayed close to home
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    Full disclosure: since I have worked every MLK w/e for the past 12 years I have no idea if these crowds at the Sno Parks and tubing areas are normal for this time of year, but given the lack of snow at the moment and the fact that most folks are working from home and home schooling (meaning they should have somewhat flexible schedules), the crowds seemed extraordinarily large to me...

    That said, even though Boreal's lot was overflowing, the hill appeared empty.
    Ditto for Soda Springs and T/D
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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