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  1. #1826
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    Religiously peeling away corn this afternoon in the jersey alps, god damn it was good. Empty.
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    Just exactly perfect.

  2. #1827
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    Sugarbush, yesterday. Skied like styrofoam, with a bit of a wet blow at the bottom. Name:  20220305_125246.jpeg
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  3. #1828
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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post
    I swear it went from 40 to 60 in about 30 minutes. Groomers were almost too soft. Dangerously grabby.

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    Place was pretty much empty. Vacation is over.
    I wish this photo was from that not-so-epic hill that we meet up at for afternoon laps…


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  4. #1829
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhishingME View Post
    Sugarbush, yesterday. Skied like styrofoam, with a bit of a wet blow at the bottom. Name:  20220305_125246.jpeg
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    Gotta ask, since I've never been to the bush and I'm visually challenged at the moment:

    What are the mounds running down the center of the hill? Man made snow hoarding?

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  5. #1830
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    As a west coast skier who’s never skied east of Jackson. I saw that photo on the main page and had to delve into this thread for the first time ever. My mind is completely blown.


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  6. #1831
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Religiously peeling away corn this afternoon in the jersey alps, god damn it was good. Empty.
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    Just exactly perfect.
    if you hadn't typed it, 'twas plain to see.

    well done!

  7. #1832
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinipenem View Post
    Gotta ask, since I've never been to the bush and I'm visually challenged at the moment:

    What are the mounds running down the center of the hill? Man made snow hoarding?

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    It's the bush "Ron Popeil" Set it and Forget it system of snowmaking where they run the tower guns 2-4 days without moving them. This creates a series of 10-30' "whales", as they like to call them. After they are allowed to drain the winch cat knocks them down during a double shift. Watching with binoculars is interesting when a range sized block of "snow" gets dislodged and tumbles down the slope.

    They can be fun at times to ski, until they softened yesterday this batch was an icy frozen mess. We watched a jong tumble down the largest one on the left Thursday when they couldn't set an edge.

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  8. #1833
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    This season is just brutal...I'm having plenty of fun, but it's 2016 levels of torture. Maybe worse torture though, because there have been occasional glimmers of hope. I don't know what to blame it on, and obv there are much bigger problems going on in the world...but probably gotta just head back to Quebec for another round

  9. #1834
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    Quote Originally Posted by altacoup View Post
    As a west coast skier who’s never skied east of Jackson. I saw that photo on the main page and had to delve into this thread for the first time ever. My mind is completely blown.


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    And this is why Alta skiers generally suck

  10. #1835
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    Well it was a good run of pleasant skiing, going to drop my Fischer Motives off for a .5 / 3 tune today since that's where it looks like we're headed this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Well it was a good run of pleasant skiing, going to drop my Fischer Motives off for a .5 / 3 tune today since that's where it looks like we're headed this week.
    That’s some awfully fancy jargon for a Mainah.


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  12. #1837
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Well it was a good run of pleasant skiing, going to drop my Fischer Motives off for a .5 / 3 tune today since that's where it looks like we're headed this week.
    Just make sure they rill in some struc-chah in that base.

  13. #1838
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    we got one of them fancy new tooning mahchines upta the shop, said they can make 'em wicked shahp and put a brick shithouse of a structchuh on em bub

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    That’s some awfully fancy jargon for a Mainah.
    I'm from the upstates, they won't let me call myself a Mainah

  14. #1839
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Well it was a good run of pleasant skiing, going to drop my Fischer Motives off for a .5 / 3 tune today since that's where it looks like we're headed this week.
    Is that a new kind of mountain bike? Because that's where we are headed.
    I <heart> hot tele-moms

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    Kingdom trails have close all XC ski and fat bike trails until morale improves

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    Nice job getting after it b4 the rain y’all. Those jersey corn laps look dreamy af.

    Spring days this week maybe?

    Had a great Saturday in the townships soaking up sun and getting views of j b4 the bunners roled in

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    Headed way north to evade the rain

    Rode the lift for a half day after the long drive

    Snowed like a mawfucker up here. Nukin

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    Then woke up early and hit the hot route

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    Another 4” tonight and maybe another tour tomorrow. Wild up here and no one.
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  17. #1842
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post
    Another 4” tonight and maybe another tour tomorrow. Wild up here and no one.
    Bro, you turned the calendar back to February.
    j'ai des grands instants de lucididididididididi

  18. #1843
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    Quote Originally Posted by ex-powderbroker View Post
    Bro, you turned the calendar back to February.
    Just gotta go norther lol
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  19. #1844
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post
    Nice job getting after it b4 the rain y’all. Those jersey corn laps look dreamy af.

    Spring days this week maybe?

    Had a great Saturday in the townships soaking up sun and getting views of j b4 the bunners roled in

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    Another 4” tonight and maybe another tour tomorrow. Wild up here and no one.
    damn dan!
    looks like feb 2015!
    we went full snow to full mud inside a few hours,
    a few hours to your south!

  20. #1845
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    ^^It's good to see the snow. Winter lives on, I hope.

    The Plattekill Ski Patrol Fundraising Dinner 2022 was on for Saturday night and it was one of the best parties I've ever been to. The skiing was great, the band was killer (the whole band cops from NYC) and of course the torchlight parade at the end.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey44 View Post
    ^^It's good to see the snow. Winter lives on, I hope.

    The Plattekill Ski Patrol Fundraising Dinner 2022 was on for Saturday night and it was one of the best parties I've ever been to. The skiing was great, the band was killer (the whole band cops from NYC) and of course the torchlight parade at the end.

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    Can confirm that Saturday was fun

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  22. #1847
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Kingdom trails have close all XC ski and fat bike trails until morale improves
    Yeah, this area actually survived the rain and sun fairly well yesterday, but last night's blow torch 55 degree winds ate almost everything, even a lot of the base ice.
    Aim for the chopping block. If you aim for the wood, you will have nothing. Aim past the wood, aim through the wood.
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  23. #1848
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    jeeze like a tale of two cities here. Mid winter still exists!! thats reassuring!

    git sum!

  24. #1849
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownski View Post
    Can confirm that Saturday was fun


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    yoooo. looks like a good pairing w the dark brew. The resort food game down south put us to shame.
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  25. #1850
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post
    yoooo. looks like a good pairing w the dark brew. The resort food game down south put us to shame.
    To be fair, the ski patrol chicken dinner was catered by Brooks BBQ in Oneonta. Plattekill’s everyday fare is pretty good though, and not as outrageously priced as a lot of ski areas.

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