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  1. #226
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    2-3" at the Loaf, Timberline on wind hold today with 40-50mph winds. We opted for soft boiled eggs over stuffing with gravy and bacon, maybe a little pumpkin pie too. Sorry no pics so you'll have to trust me on that.

    Soon come

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    3ish inches here in the Upper Valley

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    Race done got canceled


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    Quote Originally Posted by savemeasammy View Post
    I’m surprised by that. We got 6”-8” over our way. I was hoping Magic would have more!
    As is normally the case with westerly winds generating upslope, Magic gets shadowed by Stratton and Bromley.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Race done got canceled
    Wind hold I'm guessing. Was just at Stratton picking up an Ikon Pass and the winds were howling. Ganjala was on wind hold. Much less back here at BoM.

    I don't think I'll ever ski at Stratton on a weekend but Monday is looking promising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsAugustWest View Post
    As is normally the case with westerly winds generating upslope, Magic gets shadowed by Stratton and Bromley.


    Wind hold I'm guessing. Was just at Stratton picking up an Ikon Pass and the winds were howling. Ganjala was on wind hold. Much less back here at BoM.

    I don't think I'll ever ski at Stratton on a weekend but Monday is looking promising.
    My deeply entrenched sources suggest that it was, in fact, the wind but it’s also possible that is FAKE NEWS.


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    10-12” on the cans next to Bromley.
    Harvest the ride.

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    Stowe was so gusty this am it knocked Mrs. Laps over when we went to transition. I am heading up again after the spousal lap. Hoping there is some fluff left on chinclip.


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    *lurks*

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  9. #234
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    Smuggs was deep where the wind was calm. I’d estimate 15” deep towards the summit. It sounds like Steaux got the heavy wind today.

    From M1 to M2 was so good on upper FIS and Docs, it was worth a bonus lap. My legs needed Chilcoot for the last run from the top and Dan’s Ford was a bonus bit of pow where it was blown in on skiers left. Lots (and lots) of folks were out enjoying the new snow.

    Only one pic, going up.

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    Now to nurse a blister on my right foot.

  10. #235
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    East Coast Roll Call 21-22 We have a hot date with Skadi, Pictures at 11

    Way to get some y’all!

    Looked to be approx 10” of dense supportive fresh north of the border, wind affected and nice wind drifts in spots.

    Pretty good for first pow turns of the season w therudeness

    Sorry for the blurry iPhone grabs eh

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    To get down
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    And a dirty splitboarder in tow
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    24° 06°

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    Quote Originally Posted by L8APX View Post
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    10-12” on the cans next to Bromley.
    I see Bill bought the Yakima brand receptacles, but didn't spring for the Yeti bins.

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    That closest one is a yeti prototype. Keeps your shit cold in the winter and is bear proof.
    Harvest the ride.

  13. #238
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post

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    Well that looks fun!

    Nice to all that got out. It's overdue for me to have a place in VT. Damn...

    I know this isn't VT...but I don't know exactly where you are? Sutton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Well that looks fun!

    Nice to all that got out. It's overdue for me to have a place in VT. Damn...

    I know this isn't VT...but I don't know exactly where you are? Sutton?
    Yep! Usually good for an early season poach.
    24° 06°

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    Skiing is fun!
    I <heart> hot tele-moms

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    Day one fun at Okemo with the boys!


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    Sometimes you are just striding along, sucking air, and trying to keep your heart beat from fracturing your sternum, when you run into a 3 time Olympian. It’s a good thing I knew his Olympian wife back when she was still figuring out pizza and french fries.

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  18. #243
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    Snow on the Coast… today’s hike was kind of like touring but with no actual skiing. At least it was pretty.
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    East Coast looking good this week. Fun was had all around.

    Made some turns with a couple of Jedis' today, twas good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Sometimes you are just striding along, sucking air, and trying to keep your heart beat from fracturing your sternum, when you run into a 3 time Olympian. It’s a good thing I knew his Olympian wife back when she was still figuring out pizza and french fries.
    Phil Mahre?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Phil Mahre?
    Phil only skied on 2 Olys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Phil only skied on 2 Olys.
    How are the Hamilton’s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Sometimes you are just striding along, sucking air, and trying to keep your heart beat from fracturing your sternum, when you run into a 3 time Olympian.
    Seeing that you were on the skinny sticks I was going to say Andrew Johnson, but he was "only" in 2 Olympics as well.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Phil only skied on 2 Olys.
    Dick punch. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Mahre


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    How are the Hamilton’s?
    Doing well and just back east for a holiday visit. As you can imagine, he and his training partner were fathoms above the average skier on the Notch Rd.

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