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  1. #1026
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    The 'Ghee was full on storm skiing today DC was on wind hold and it was dumping! Dust on crust with light accumulations in wind protected areas. Tuesday could be superb.

  2. #1027
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    Quote Originally Posted by new yabyum View Post
    The 'Ghee was full on storm skiing today DC was on wind hold and it was dumping! Dust on crust with light accumulations in wind protected areas. Tuesday could be superb.
    Agreed! Quintessential classic 'ghee Storm day. Played tour guide for my sis and nephew today out visiting from NH, we were only up today from 1-4 and the last hour of the day it was full on nuking. They got a crash course on skiing by braille coming off of Colters...... plan is to take them to the village tomorrow, will see how that pans out

  3. #1028
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    I've got 25 percent off buddy passes if anyone is in need

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokomas View Post
    I've got 25 percent off buddy passes if anyone is in need

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    Thanks! We have longtime inside connections at JHMR wink wink nod nod.... save those codes for incoming/visiting peeps. Le Tits Now

  5. #1030
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    Village was the suck today.
    Lapped dark side. That was good.
    Caught last tram and shit is still scratchy. Hoping an overnight softening of the under layer can happen.
    . . .

  6. #1031
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    It might be a good morning to skip work, 24” in 20hrs at The Ghee

  7. #1032
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    Quote Originally Posted by haysman16 View Post
    It might be a good morning to skip work, 24” in 20hrs at The Ghee
    If you're just getting up and wiping the sleepy bugs from your eyes go check out the Targhee staff of veracity! Now out to plow the driveway!

  8. #1033
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    Quote Originally Posted by haysman16 View Post
    It might be a good morning to skip work, 24” in 20hrs at The Ghee
    Best snow consistency so far this year IMHO. Today was exceptional.

  9. #1034
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevo View Post
    Best snow consistency so far this year IMHO. Today was exceptional.
    Great day with great snow, and lots of it, Seemed like a Saturday crowd wise, but they spread out nicely.

  10. #1035
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    Not feeling bottom:

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    Dayumm that looks tasty.


  12. #1037
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Dayumm that looks tasty.

    She said it passed the taste test.

    Snow quality doesn't get better than today, that's for sure.

  13. #1038
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    Quote Originally Posted by upallnight View Post
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    North facing wind sheltered goodness!

    Village had scratch under that 15”. South was great with a scratch exit. The dark side was amazing with soft windslab underneath. Great day out the gates.
    . . .

  14. #1039
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    North facing wind sheltered goodness!

    Village had scratch under that 15”. South was great with a scratch exit. The dark side was amazing with soft windslab underneath. Great day out the gates.
    Hoping the refresh this weekend takes care of the scratch as I roll into town.

  15. #1040
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    Does anyone know what, if anything, happened in Granite yesterday? I saw the SAR helicopter longlining a couple of guys into there yesterday around 1:30, then returning with a possibly different set of dangling humans around 2:00.

    Also, I skied with my daughters yesterday morning, which was awesome, and we got one of the untrackedest middle hobacks I've ever experienced. I literally didn't cross another track from the boob until I started hitting traverse tracks of people coming back from the south. Yay.

    But ... this may come off as blasphemy, but I think I preferred skiing the soft skier-packed from last week versus a foot of untracked on top of icy bumps. Hopefully it cleans up in the next few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Suit View Post
    Does anyone know what, if anything, happened in Granite yesterday? I saw the SAR helicopter longlining a couple of guys into there yesterday around 1:30, then returning with a possibly different set of dangling humans around 2:00.

    But ... this may come off as blasphemy, but I think I preferred skiing the soft skier-packed from last week versus a foot of untracked on top of icy bumps. Hopefully it cleans up in the next few days.
    It was a knee injury, not slide related.

    And, completely agree with you on last week's skiing
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  17. #1042
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    Not feeling bottom.

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    Nice last couple of days.
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  19. #1044
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    The Ghee was an absolute BLAST yesterday! I was in mid-thigh deep goodness the first half of the day, and it was DELICIOUS! Monday was a bit more sporty though - blind all day, all braille skiing. Colter was particularly anxiety inducing - I hadn't skied that terrain before, and visibility was pretty much zero until you got to the bottom quarter.

    The Ghee has given me the two deepest days of my life. Love that place!

    Went to Kelly Canyon today on the Indy Pass. It was fast and firm, and the soft looking stuff was dust on crust. But...I had the place pretty much to myself. No complaints! First time there, and it wasn't disappointing. Good "break" after the Thighmaster session at GT yesterday!

    Skiing in the Tetons really makes me not miss the Big Sky shitshow...
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  20. #1045
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    Sleeper day yesterday. More than reported. No crowds Fun.
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  21. #1046
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    Quote Originally Posted by axebiker View Post
    The Ghee was an absolute BLAST yesterday! I was in mid-thigh deep goodness the first half of the day, and it was DELICIOUS! Monday was a bit more sporty though - blind all day, all braille skiing. Colter was particularly anxiety inducing - I hadn't skied that terrain before, and visibility was pretty much zero until you got to the bottom quarter.

    The Ghee has given me the two deepest days of my life. Love that place!

    Went to Kelly Canyon today on the Indy Pass. It was fast and firm, and the soft looking stuff was dust on crust. But...I had the place pretty much to myself. No complaints! First time there, and it wasn't disappointing. Good "break" after the Thighmaster session at GT yesterday!

    Skiing in the Tetons really makes me not miss the Big Sky shitshow...
    Honestly, in an ideal world when I'm older and can afford it I will ski 50/50 big sky and ghee.

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  22. #1047
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    Things have aligned for me and I'm headed north on a proper storm chase for the next week or so. Leaving for Jackson this afternoon, planning to ski the Village tomorrow and Saturday then headed to SLC for a few days skiing in LCC. Hope to maybe ski some of yous while I'm around.
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  23. #1048
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    Also looking at a storm chase w Mini (not so mini now at 15 and Fast!) Comish. Since slalom races were cancelled in Tahoe due to Snowmagedon, might fly into JAC Friday night.

    What is the Maggot forecast? Worth it to be there Sat-Tues? Will planes land on Friday?



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  24. #1049
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    The skiing is going to get better as the weekend progresses.

    Not sure about flights since it sounds like it’s going to be windy but I bet there’s a good chance you get in without snafu

    I’ll be out skiing the village tomorrow and the next few days. Bluish purple pants and green jacket and hojis.
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  25. #1050
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    The pass is going to close Saturday morning at 2am and I don't have a great feeling about it being a super short closure. High wind and heavy snow is a tough combination for keeping a mountain pass roadway open.

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