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First day of spring!! a Vermont TR.

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Things have been great up and down the green mountain spine recently. The latest storm dumped 12-24 inches of snow depending on where you are.

 

Photos courtesy of Epic

 

Me coming up for air.

 

 

a secert glade in lamoille county

 

 

whiteroom in the whiteroom

 

 

 

 

Mike forgot the number rule of Vermont chute skiing, makes sure you ski faster than you sluff :) Do not worry about about being embarrassed the video of me falling into a creek and hitting my nuts of a tree is much worse than this.

 

 

 

Me in the same chute

 

 

I had a teletubbies head going for a reason.

 

great chute that we like to hit  before others get to it.

 

 

then I went and got some air in the afternoon.

 

 

 

warddrobe change due to falling into a creek.

 

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Looks great.  Nice photos and I haven't seen much better snow coming out of the West recently.

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One of the cool parts of the chute Josh posted is skiing down into a 10th mountain Div Yurt 'village' with soldiers training in the Notch. Kind of wild skiing down to soldiers with guns and snowshoes dressed in cammo when you are dressed like a skittle...

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You guys are the kings of spring! This belongs in the thread titled: Skis over 75mm underfoot in the East,...Why? :-)

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Very nice ! Same here in northern NY, Snowridge in Turin has 27" since Tuesday and the lake affect is still coming down.

 

Thanks, Enjoy

Rich

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Your video isn't working?

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I think I've had days like that.  Hard to remember at my age. th_dunno-1[1].gif

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