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  1. #1376
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    Didn't Mt Bachelor use to have a "track your turns" log on their website that you could look up your pass # and get the lifts you checked thru? Can't find it this year.

    Anyone know and use this?

    Thx

  2. #1377
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    High quality skiing today fo sho... bumped into good old AC and got in a couple of Ho Chi Minh laps. One of the best days of the season I’d say!

  3. #1378
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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbumpsalot View Post
    Didn't Mt Bachelor use to have a "track your turns" log on their website that you could look up your pass # and get the lifts you checked thru? Can't find it this year.

    Anyone know and use this?

    Thx
    They stopped doing this a few years ago...
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  4. #1379
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    The New and improved Oregon 2020/2021 Ski Season Thread

    TFT, good turns! So good to share with friends!

    Before that, I hit rope drop for 1/2 Moon and lapped Heather from there on. I actually got hip deep in one chute today(!)

  5. #1380
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    It was 1 of those CSS days at the d00. Tbs got served by the ski devils in an off piste adventure.
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    Meanwhile back at the lodge.
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  6. #1381
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    Lol, there’s always one rolling on the ground!
    (usually tbs, tho )

  7. #1382
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    Lol, there’s always one rolling on the ground!
    (usually tbs, tho )
    You should of heard the comments from those kids as they watch tbs maneuver his way down a ◇ flat light cut up mogul field. But I'll leave that part to tbs. To be honest it was a chore to get down it with any kind of style.
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  8. #1383
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy View Post
    It was 1 of those CSS days at the d00. Tbs got served by the ski devils in an off piste adventure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    Lol, there’s always one rolling on the ground!
    (usually tbs, tho )
    You’re a real comedian, just like those kids

    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy View Post
    You should of heard the comments from those kids as they watch tbs maneuver his way down a ◇ flat light cut up mogul field. But I'll leave that part to tbs. To be honest it was a chore to get down it with any kind of style.
    Not so much a mogul field as 6” of schmoo on top of re-refrozen slush crust, all nicely chopped to ribbons. My old knees and back won’t handle that pounding any more, even if I could see where the fuck I was going.

    On the lift ride back up the kid with the gate basher poles said “You kinda struggled on that run. Did you use to be good?”
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  9. #1384
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    Haha

  10. #1385
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    That is funny.

  11. #1386
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    Haha tough crowd!!!

  12. #1387
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    You’re a real comedian, just like those kids



    Not so much a mogul field as 6” of schmoo on top of re-refrozen slush crust, all nicely chopped to ribbons. My old knees and back won’t handle that pounding any more, even if I could see where the fuck I was going.

    On the lift ride back up the kid with the gate basher poles said “You kinda struggled on that run. Did you use to be good?”
    Well, did you answer him?

    Another packed covid weekend at mcmeadows. main lot full at 8:11

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    Another packed covid weekend at mcmeadows. main lot full at 8:11
    i just got a text from a friend who said MHX hasn’t loaded yet at 9.30a
    Yesterday all lifts were running on diesel & MHX loaded late to start the day

    E & I will be up tomorrow to take our chances w/ the temps/snow

  14. #1389
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    i just got a text from a friend who said MHX hasn’t loaded yet at 9.30a
    Yesterday all lifts were running on diesel & MHX loaded late to start the day

    E & I will be up tomorrow to take our chances w/ the temps/snow
    Timberline also showing Jeff Flood lift not turning. The ski areas are having some issues this weekend... Gonna do the same and head up tomorrow and roll the dice on temps/weather.

  15. #1390
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    Last Wednesday upper Heather canyon
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  16. #1391
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    Found some mid morning powder. Fairly light and lift lines were tolerable.


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    Early load for sahala members at MHM has been postponed a week.


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    The New and improved Oregon 2020/2021 Ski Season Thread

    Anybody up at mhm today? Snow report?

    One pic from today for me... farkin deep and good snow.

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  19. #1394
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    Real good at TDH today. Little heavy but deep. Thanks to PMR for digging massive pits below the glade runouts

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  20. #1395
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    Painfully long lift lines early at tflat but got better by like 11. Soft snow with refills all day and some fun stashes if you knew where to look.

  21. #1396
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    Quote Originally Posted by litespeed View Post
    Painfully long lift lines early at tflat but got better by like 11. Soft snow with refills all day and some fun stashes if you knew where to look.
    Jeff Flood was down today. So I can see that. When I looked at the lift status and saw that I was glad I stayed home.
    Training for Alpental

  22. #1397
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    They stopped doing this a few years ago...
    Hum. I wonder if it was causing people to ride more for the numbers or faster to get the time stamps? Or the resort precieved that was happening
    Own your fail. ~Jer~

  23. #1398
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTT View Post
    Hum. I wonder if it was causing people to ride more for the numbers or faster to get the time stamps? Or the resort precieved that was happening
    My first assumption would be faulty/expensive hardware or software. They're too cheap to implement it.

  24. #1399
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    Bachelor seemed to have a lot of difficulty keeping the "Track Your Turns" working. Was not my thing, but I watched as my ski buddy had continual problems with trying to use that lap counter. It was frequently missing time she knows she spent on a given lift, but on the totals it showed her not even skiing that lift, on that day.

  25. #1400
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    ^^^yup, management decided it wasn’t worth the hassle. You can use a geolocation app to do the same thing
    There were a bunch that would do nothing but lap Tbird and call in to bitch about missed laps
    If you’re all OCD about vert you’re doing it wrong

    In other news I scored a MtB parking pass this AM. 23, Snowing and rhime. Worse at the Doo. Worse tomorrow
    It’s tough out here in the west
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