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  1. #626
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    ride bikes, climb, ski, travel, cook, work to fund former, repeat.

  2. #627
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    ^^^^I'll take it. At least it is a picture of something being done in the out of doors.

    Yes, thank you. Saw Roundhouse was open and was hopeful there was some coverage. Working on the ROM and might eve get in a dat before Christmas now.

    Quote Originally Posted by gone2alpine View Post
    My patience is being tested by all of the COVID banter so posting something different. The soft opening at Alpine was very good yesterday, considering it's mid November. Not very busy. Today was the opposite.

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  3. #628
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    Also skied Alpine today. Conditions were decent, reminded me a lot of an East Coast "Pow" day. Soft stuff to be found occasionally, mixed in with some very hard patches. Coverage on open terrain could be worse, I think my bases escaped unscathed. Lift lines weren't too bad early AM but I bailed around 11:30 when they started lengthening.

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    Recent winds in wrong direction have jacked up some zones. Fortunately there’s biking nearby.

  5. #630
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    Wobby, as I implied in my post I can easily imagine myself behaving similarly with a roommate (carpooling etc). My main curiosity was your ‘surprised at the mild symptoms’ comment since (speaking for myself anyway) I keep hearing examples of mild or no symptoms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottime View Post
    ^^^^I'll take it. At least it is a picture of something being done in the out of doors.
    I saw some nonmag photos from alpine meadows. Looked fun. I am jelly.

    Here’s outdoor winter-related
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  7. #632
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    Rippled/textured snow is the goods


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  8. #633
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    Internet FB friend posted some pics from today at S at T

    But Vets did not share them with you? Hum

  9. #634
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    Took the kids to Boreal today. Pretty fun and soft groomers. Coverage was still spotty outside of where they’re blowing snow. Just felt good to slide on snow. I’d say 90% were wearing masks, the rest were probably forgetting to fix them once they slipped down although there were a handful that seemed to blatantly not care.

  10. #635
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    THE OFFICIAL 20/21 TAHOE SKI & SNOWBOARD THREAD. PANDEMIC SCHMANDEMIC!

    I would post a photo but tapatalk isn't working.

    Anyway, flakes were flying on the evening drive back from Truckee to north lake. Even sticking near brockway summit. Think it's all over now. At least mother nature's trying.
    Even sometimes when I'm snowboarding I'm like "Hey I'm snowboarding! Because I suck dick, I'm snowboarding!" --Dan Savage

  11. #636
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    Quote Originally Posted by lepistoir View Post
    I would post a photo but tapatalk isn't working.

    Anyway, flakes were flying on the evening drive back from Truckee to north lake. Even sticking near brockway summit. Think it's all over now. At least mother nature's trying.
    Beignet-like dusting on my deck at 6300 in T/D this morning, fwiw
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  12. #637
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    All about the whiteout and windholds, currently. S'posed to lighten up later tho...

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  13. #638
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    Super chalky wind buff up on Tamarack, actually skied pretty good this morn.

    Break a new skinner
    Alas, I always end up
    On the snowshoe track


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    Still some small pockets of powdery snow out there


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    Quote Originally Posted by HJ5 View Post
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    Still some small pockets of powdery snow out there


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    I can attest to that. Just got back to the house. Kinda chilly on the ridge lines

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    The car is half way thru getting a new heart. So I can attest there’s some firm ass needles out there too. Still the funnest day I’ve had all week
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    Why they make fuel pumps so goddamn difficult to get to, I will never understand.

  18. #643
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    In Toyota trucks there is a hatch under the back seat floor board so you can access the FP mo' easily. (true story)
    "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. The winds will blow their freshness into you, and the storms, their energy. Your cares and tensions will drop away like the leaves of Autumn." --John Muir

    "welcome to the hacienda, asshole." --s.p.c.

  19. #644
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    in most subarus you just flip up the back seat and there she is.
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  20. #645
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    Doesn't look like you have either of those luxuries!

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    I hate to be the bearer or bad news but yo secret stash is fckd

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    ^ nobody will see that, they're failing

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    Quote Originally Posted by emcee View Post
    I hate to be the bearer or bad news but yo secret stash is fckd
    Powderhouse North had been fucked for a long time. I'd rather hike for an hour and ski 750' laps in some obscure area than deal with that junk show. I'm glad they didn't write about any actual secret stashes.
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    I can think of 750’ laps of goodness in a obscure area right next to a well used area. Not that hard to find good lines. But I’ve always wanted to take my wife up to Jamie’s just so she could enjoy the view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by climberevan View Post
    Powderhouse North had been fucked for a long time. I'd rather hike for an hour and ski 750' laps in some obscure area than deal with that junk show. I'm glad they didn't write about any actual secret stashes.
    And their only link was to alpenglow expeditions.
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