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post #31 of 38

That drive doesn't look bad and I've been wanting to try Timberline but I remembered I had family obligations that weekend.  :(

post #32 of 38
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that's a lot better than 62 deg & rainy..... we're not even going to get below freezing for the next few days.



Night skiing in wet granular is a rare treat that should not be missed. 

post #33 of 38

I like warm temps, wet snow and no crowds. When it's cold, local hills get crowded and icy. No thanks.

post #34 of 38
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I like warm temps, wet snow and no crowds. When it's cold, local hills get crowded and icy. No thanks.



Second only to light, dry Utah powder.

post #35 of 38
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I like warm temps, wet snow and no crowds. When it's cold, local hills get crowded and icy. No thanks.



well, i'd prefer if the snow wasn't wet. IMHO, buttery soft snow is the best, besides blower pow (of course). 

post #36 of 38

Well that eff'in groundhawg saw his shadow today six more weeks of winter if it's six more weeks of this i think i'm gonna take the shovel out of my car and start carrying two beach chairs, an umbrella, a cooler full of beer some sandbags and my varmint rifle. WTF no snow in sight, six more weeks of this WROD BS.

 

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That is all.

post #37 of 38

Phil and TC are saying it's predicting 6 weeks of winter. Total. To start . . . now.

 

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post #38 of 38

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I like warm temps, wet snow and no crowds. When it's cold, local hills get crowded and icy. No thanks.

You're only supposed to come out in March.

wait...are you the groundhog?
 

 

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