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I beg to differ.  There is also deep heavy wet snow, sometimes untracked.

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Don't forget salt on formica.

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I just love a 3" layer of ice chips mixed with light powder under a thin glaze.right before melting. Silky smooth with a light crispy crunch. Also nice is the solid crunch of a medium thick glaze over firm corduroy. Squeaky dry packed powder on a cold morning can set you straight for the rest of the day. Only candy bars and cereal seem to capture the same dichotomy in textures. Let's see .. there's nestle crunch, milky way, the whatchamacallit for the inexplicable, pop rocks (perhaps when tripping in the rain), cookie crunch, captain crunch, rice crispies, frosted flakes (of course) ... also, anything with a lot of fiber keeps things moving downhill nicely. For spring slush I like cream of wheat and, for a fresh 3 feet of light and fluffy powder, I think were are going to have to go with lucky charms. It shouldn't take too long to figure out why.
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