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  1. #1826
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    No refereeze and big winds at the Doo made for some variable conditions. Over baked mank on solar aspects and firm bulletproof on shaded windexposed aspects early on ... eventually warmed up enough for fun skiing on the northeast stuff but got sloppy pretty quickly and lotsa work on the old knees!
    So ... not a true corn cycle. Oh well, we’ll be going into April with close to 100” at least!
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    "Strapping myself to a sitski built with 30lb of metal and fibreglass then trying to water ski in it sounds like a stupid idea to me.

    I'll be there."
    ... Andy Campbell

  2. #1827
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    Quote Originally Posted by SchralphMacchio View Post
    ...lotsa work on the old knees!!
    I want to hear more about old knees...
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  3. #1828
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  4. #1829
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  5. #1830
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    ^Wouldja look at all those perfectly spaced trees in shot 4. So many options...

    This precip/wind is going to make for some interesting skiing in the morning.

  6. #1831
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    Quote Originally Posted by puma View Post
    However it happened, it would be good if true.
    Res system done for the Spring per Bachelor

  7. #1832
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    Timberline was astoundingly good this morning. Had no meetings so I took advantage and got up there first thing. It was pretty much dead and there was way more snow than they stated on the website. They said 3” but it was really more like 7+” of sugary, light, dry snow. East facing aspects had lots of extra wind-drift adding to the depth whereas West facing aspects were scoured to the boilerplate.

  8. #1833
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    Didn't find any boilerplate at meadows, but I stayed low in and around HRM. Deep and fluffy!

  9. #1834
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    Res system done for the Spring per Bachelor
    Not sure how I am going to feel about headed to Bachy this WE w/o a resy. Kind of going to miss the angst of not knowing if I was going to get a slot for a pow weekend or not. Oh well, progress.
    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

  10. #1835
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    Goodness gracious, definitely best resort day of the year. Top 5 all time? Quite possibly... that storm rolled in right side up as a mofo. Squishy down low blower on top

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  11. #1836
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Goodness gracious, definitely best resort day of the year. Top 5 all time? Quite possibly... that storm rolled in right side up as a mofo. Squishy down low blower on top

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    ^^^that certainly looks fluffy


    Is every day your best day of the season?

  12. #1837
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadman View Post
    Not sure how I am going to feel about headed to Bachy this WE w/o a resy. Kind of going to miss the angst of not knowing if I was going to get a slot for a pow weekend or not. Oh well, progress.
    You'll be fine. Drive right in like you own the place.
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  13. #1838
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    Small crowds! Great conditions.
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  14. #1839
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    ^^^that certainly looks fluffy


    Is every day your best day of the season?
    You sound like my wife asking that question. The answer is quite possibly yes

  15. #1840
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    Looks moist...I mean fluffy. Couldn't get up there after a week away at Baker. Shoulda though

  16. #1841
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    Never once have I heard TFT say "that wasn't worth skiing"

  17. #1842
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    Quote Originally Posted by klauss View Post
    Looks moist...I mean fluffy. Couldn't get up there after a week away at Baker. Shoulda though
    Gonna need pics, heard it was great up there

  18. #1843
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    Dope day at Bachelor
    NW delivered then Summit popped late
    wahhh. [Imagine; groovy shit with phone in pocket]
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  19. #1844
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Gonna need pics, heard it was great up there
    Hope the baker/meadows reciprocal sticks around long term but not sure how many of their riders come south to meadows.

    It was great, but I am not known for capturing the goods behind the lens

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  20. #1845
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy View Post
    Small crowds! Great conditions.
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    That's more like it!
    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

  21. #1846
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    Made a short excursion to meadows this morning. Still soft in the shade. Grabby in the sun down low. Azone and clark were fun but the best snow was in the shade and trees.

  22. #1847
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy View Post
    Small crowds! Great conditions.
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    As a wise man once told me, it's easy to turn when it's flat. Let's see those pretty turns on the steeps? Just kidding. Nice turns. Hope to hook up with you all next week.

  23. #1848
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    niiice

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    Still luxury turns in thefortress.
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    Specialized p0wzurfers.

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    Cheers puma. Will see you soon.tbs sends his ♡.
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  25. #1850
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    Timberline was fast and fun today up high on the Mile. Didn’t ride low so don’t know what snow was like down there. Molly’s was also closed for some reason last couple days. Not sure why.

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