Glad you made it Alligator! The plows were really overwhelmed. Some people who live on hills could'nt get out of their neighborhoods, or out of their driveways.
Yesterday (Monday) Park City was pretty sparsely attended. They opened Jupiter bowl for the first time in days around 10;00 or so- I didn't look. It was a perfect 10 with, I'd guess, about 18". Bottomless, anyway. There were huge slides from the day before- Scotts bowl slid from one end to the other and was unskiable. West face slid just above the big meadow and littered the whole bottom area with huge hunks of debris covered by at least a foot of fresh, and so created an invisible minefield. I think I found the largest hunks when I launched off a Volkswagen sized kicker in flat light where there should have been nothing but clean slope. Did a nice headplant. Pretty fine day regardless. Took the soft Bros out again, they just excel in powder, are super light and easy to hike with, and ski the runouts like a GS race ski. One interesting line was from the top of High West Road, which runs along Jupiter peak, straight down into trees. At the top it was wind baked to the point of boiler plate. Just pressure the Bros tips and they bite right in. As the line desended, the snow got softer and softer from styrofoam wind compressed to full on bottomless blower pow. The Bros handled it all beautifully, springing from turn to turn. I'll write up a more formal review once I've got more milage on them. It was pretty crazy great, any way you cut it.
Pics; Secret Locals warm up hill in plain sight of the lift- four of those tracks are mine, waiting for the Jupiter rope drop. I was ten minutes late... Main Bowl, Jupiter. Pete on West Face. Sorry about the sucky quality. Another storm was moving in as we went down.