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  1. #2226
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    brodie got no waters....








    fact.

  2. #2227
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Vt free again dropping in to the stacked zone. This smacks of taunting! Especially after he puts his foot down on the harvest tomorrow! Cmon man!

    I’ve got an empty cup and I’ll find lemons.


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    Someone has to get the untracked and I have the required skill to slay it without making a mess of it.


    10am meet up with Surface to cruise around on the fresh groomed run from the top of Bravo and Valley house.

    Hard to believe this was open on Wednesday

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    Gatehouse extreme, experts only

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    WROD Spring Edition

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    Woods not so in


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    Now in?

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    When I got up at 5:30 the NW wind was raging and rattling anything loose outside. Stripped the 2 5/8" of heavy wet snow I measured at 9pm, a bit of graupel topping today. Currently 23º not so windy and the sun is just filling the sky.

    Lurker J and Hatoff invited me to tour at snorth today but were bummed when I replied "snorth is closed for touring 'til 5pm for a private event"

    Get some!


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    some early skinner tracks on the Edge, windblown groomer abounds.

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    Uh oh


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  3. #2228
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    yes, feeling the pain of disbelief.
    glad you got some snow.
    aldo hitting stowe on a 6" bluebird day.
    corn is for later.

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  4. #2229
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    Because of the weather and an indy pass, tended to head in other directions. Also did a good trip to QC for a big storm that was rain everywhere else- le massif, grand fonds and mt edouard (did not get into their bc zones though- hopefully next time for that). Fly fishing in the Esopus started yesterday though so there is that angle. And if any people here are into said fly fishing, though it is sometimes a solo thing, i am always looking to get out in the Berks, So Vt, Cats, Adks.

    But also- anyone know what coverage at Belle is like?

    Quote Originally Posted by buckethead View Post
    ^^ hey lemmy. where did you ski this season?
    i'd like to say i skied some of woods at platts you may have helped clear but other than some short traverses.a far cry from years where it was hard to stay out of 'em!

    hearing brodie's steep so hoping they create a more wild snow-friendly niche.
    negli alberi

  5. #2230
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    come to think of it, Indy Pass would be a good strategy for a new ski place (like Brodie), that is- if you are allowed to ski there in public.
    negli alberi

  6. #2231
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    Jackpot


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  7. #2232
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    Surprise powday at stowe with Jhyatt. We hiked the chin, got some of the softest turns I’ve had up there in a while. It was so nice we did it twice…and J went back for a 3rd lap!!

    Close up.


    Sending up the rooster tail.



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  8. #2233
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    Stowe delivered today.
    I’d forgotten how legit this hill is.
    Nice to get it without the masses.
    There was pow, there was corn, there was fun.
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  9. #2234
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    ^^^ look who's taunting today. (ditto for laps)

    yea, i miss stowe. looks mid-winter. looked empty on the cams.
    today's stowe skiers FTW!

  10. #2235
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    Uh oh


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    I love that.

    It’s not a bumper sticker.

    It’s sized perfect for a ski safety bar.

    I am in awe.

  11. #2236
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    Surprise powday at stowe with Jhyatt. We hiked the chin, got some of the softest turns I’ve had up there in a while. It was so nice we did it twice…and J went back for a 3rd lap!!

    Close up.


    Sending up the rooster tail.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Stowe delivered today.
    I’d forgotten how legit this hill is.
    Nice to get it without the masses.
    There was pow, there was corn, there was fun.
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    Well hot damn! Good for you guys!

  12. #2237
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    East Coast Roll Call 21-22 We have a hot date with Skadi, Pictures at 11

    Nice work gang! Jay also delivered all sorts of spring time blue bird goodness today. Solid 6" of fresh last night. Woods were riding nice, and as of 12pm lifts were ski on for the rest of the day. Maybe not corn, but mash potatoes for sure on the menu. Glad I made the trek down. So nice to ride in VT again. One thing about skiing in the US that I love is the quality chair banter. The language thing makes that difficult up here. Scored some beers too!

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    ETA:

    Quote Originally Posted by lemmycaution View Post
    (did not get into their bc zones though- hopefully next time for that).
    Way to get up there. The mt Ed bc zone is worth it. Can’t be accessed by booters so you can get it good if you’re keen. They call the BC zone the “Haute Route”(high road). Some vters I met up there were pronouncing it “hot route”. I dig that.

    There’s also a good BC zone to hit on the road out of Sag. It’s kind of a RASTA/granite backcountry alliance type sitch I think. Petit Saguenay.
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    24° 06°

  13. #2238
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    Stowe seemed like the right call. I don't know my way around, so stayed in-bounds with my kid.
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    Still some pockets of soft snow around.
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    Mt. Washington views were sweet.
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  14. #2239
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    East Coast Roll Call 21-22 We have a hot date with Skadi, Pictures at 11

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  15. #2240
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    My u8 clearing the moat

  16. #2241
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    Quote Originally Posted by half-fast View Post
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    Sick. Tis the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iriponsnow View Post
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    My u8 clearing the moat
    Awesome!

  18. #2243
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    Fussy D and I caught a rope drop to untracked boot deep at Smuggs. No pics of the first 2 runs but here are some of FD on the later laps.

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    We then busted out the grill and coolers and had some local friends stop by for brats and beer.

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    ^^ wow if this isn't one of the most supremely solid pages of posts in some time! (nice air FussyD)
    special props to irip's ripping daughter (ripsonwater!)

  20. #2245
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    Surprise powday at stowe with Jhyatt. We hiked the chin, got some of the softest turns I’ve had up there in a while. It was so nice we did it twice…and J went back for a 3rd lap!!

    Close up.


    Sending up the rooster tail.



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    Super fun day with Laps!
    Sunny! Early lap was dry blower snow. Second lap was good especially the schwack.
    I did a third solo trip up to the chin and it was heavy.
    Sugarbush tomorrow
    Ask for change
    I <heart> hot tele-moms

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    That's a great shot!

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    My u8 clearing the moat
    Okay, so maybe that side was the right call.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Fussy D and I caught a rope drop to untracked boot deep at Smuggs. No pics of the first 2 runs but here are some of FD on the later laps.
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  22. #2247
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Super fun day with Laps!
    Sunny! Early lap was dry blower snow. Second lap was good especially the schwack.
    I did a third solo trip up to the chin and it was heavy.
    Sugarbush tomorrow
    Ask for change
    You have to experience a little schwack to appreciate the good turns. Great time today, hope we can do it again soon’


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    Laps and jhyatt, we were looking for you guys up there from a distance, nicely done!

    Powbmps, I'll be on the sunny side tomorrow to make some turns with Aldo, if you are headed back let me know.

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    ^^ really nice shot. and amazing view (<--that was for jhyatt and laps) but looks pretty damn wintry there and nice shots too :0]

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    What a great looking day around the East!

    Counted 170 at bravo opening, relaxed and headed out at noon for some sunny birches, grateful to get another day in the forest this year.

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    Then knocked on a couple of doors

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    Cat approved

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    Narrow gauge

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    Headed home

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