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Berkshires to get dumped on...

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"Heavy Snow" forecast for Friday. 'Bout damn time:

http://www.weather.com/weather/tenda...m=search_10day
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meeting

I have a meeting at 10:00am. Should be there by 2:00. Hope they blew enough snow for a base.
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Originally Posted by paul jones
I have a meeting at 10:00am. Should be there by 2:00. Hope they blew enough snow for a base.
Paul, where is your home mountain? Mine is Mohawk, in NW Conn.
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Originally Posted by wbroun
Paul, where is your home mountain? Mine is Mohawk, in NW Conn.
Sundown might be a good bet for Friday. They will have all trails open except for maybe Gunbarrel. I'm supposed to be heading from CT to Concord, NH for a boot fitting and then on to Sunapee for the PM. We'll see how that goes...
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Home Mt

Jiminy Peak. Planning to go tomorrow for a morning workout. My meeting is on Friday. Who plans meetings on Fridays?
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Originally Posted by paul jones
Jiminy Peak. Planning to go tomorrow for a morning workout. My meeting is on Friday. Who plans meetings on Fridays?
Meeting canceled! Goin skiing! Powder day! Ho yeah!
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Originally Posted by paul jones
Meeting canceled! Goin skiing! Powder day! Ho yeah!
What the hell are you doing posting?

Go ski!

geez
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Bangin out turns

Just back - 12" and it was really great. Matt and I got a lot of skiing in considering the late start. We always get a late start unless we head north.

There were some closed trails that were looking pretty good. Who knows what what was underneath. I wanted to do it real bad, but the patroller said that, if we got caught they would likely pull our passes. "Don't get caught".

About 15,000 feet vert and lots of untracked powder. Glad the meeting was cancelled!
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I just posted this elsewhere-just emailed my Patrol director at Berkshire east-they're sitting pretty with 18 inches up top (!!!) not bad since opening day is tomorrow. Fires me up for the season! Though, he cautioned me against irrational exuberance-not that long ago the B-east oopened with a 30 inch dump--which dissapated completely by Christmas--that's life skiing in Southern New England (or Northern New England for that matter!). But for now...whooohoooo!

Liam
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one day at a time

in the east, snow comes and goes alot.
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Originally Posted by paul jones
About 15,000 feet vert and lots of untracked powder. Glad the meeting was cancelled!
At Jiminy? Huh?
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Mohawk Mountain says ...

Duplicated on "storm" thread, sorry.



Just talked to Mohawk Mountain, on the edge of the Berks/NW Connecticut.

They got 12-14" today. They're happy.

So am I.
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brown

high speed 6 pack and no crowd. You can sleep late and still rack up the vert.
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