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July skiing done at the last moment

This month's skiing - check. Falling & road rash - check. Edges didn't work so well on rock.

Not the best ski run, two feet vertical. But, real snow. And a turn, even if it was a failed one. Have to go by what you can actually get. Not so many options on July 31st. Maybe bigger slopes in August.

Why I need a lot of snow space in my car:

This article has also been published at Blogspot. Read the full Planetskier series at planetskier.net, or all blog articles from Blogspot or TGR. Photos, videos, and text (c) 2021 by Jari Arkk

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