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Man it was so crowded !!!!! only a few runs open. I've never seen so many injuries in such a short period of time. Ski patrol was everywhere and they were busy all day long
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Copper was much more crowded this weeked than last based on what I observed from the base area...saw a few near misses, but no collisions.
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Too many skiers, Not enough snow. The West needs a big dump....
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The East needs a big dump. The world needs a big dump!
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I think everyone loves a big dump.
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Originally Posted by dwoof2 View Post
I think everyone loves a big dump.
Depends where it comes from OHHHH lol sorry.

But on topic, the East generally likes dumps better--they don't get many a year. The West is sure to get at least 5 each year! (exception of NM--they got 32 inches in 07!)
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I bought my pass,quit my day job,skis are ready,the ski crew is back in town..................Calling Ullr!
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Originally Posted by skiking4 View Post
Depends where it comes from OHHHH lol sorry.

But on topic, the East generally likes dumps better--they don't get many a year. The West is sure to get at least 5 each year! (exception of NM--they got 32 inches in 07!)
I don't know where you got that data, but according to Tony Crocker's page, Taos got 247 inches in 06/07, and 152 inches the year before that. Please don't jinx it!
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Originally Posted by simonbda View Post
I don't know where you got that data, but according to Tony Crocker's page, Taos got 247 inches in 06/07, and 152 inches the year before that. Please don't jinx it!
haha, I heard that on this forum somwhere. My mind is screwing with me I guess lol.
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Originally Posted by skiking4 View Post
haha, I heard that on this forum somwhere. My mind is screwing with me I guess lol.
You must be thinking about the 05/06 Winter. That year Pajarito didn't open (my roomate bought his first ever season pass that year and couldn't use it at all), and Santa Fe didn't have any snow until March iirc.
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Originally Posted by simonbda View Post
You must be thinking about the 05/06 Winter. That year Pajarito didn't open (my roomate bought his first ever season pass that year and couldn't use it at all), and Santa Fe didn't have any snow until March iirc.
Perhaps I guess. I didn't look it up.
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Since we are on the topic of keystone. Where should I go next weekend. Breck, Keystone, A basin. I really need to work on skiing switch better and don't want to look like an idiot in front of those keystone park rats. So I think that might be out of the question. How crowded was the basin this weekend?
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I would wait to decide until you see if more terrain opens anywhere.
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COSkiGirl it is not looking good for next weekend anywhere in Summit County as the weather this week will remain warm with no new snow in the near forecast. Pray for snow and take care on the WRODs.
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COSkiGirl it is not looking good for next weekend anywhere in Summit County as the weather this week will remain warm with no new snow in the near forecast. Pray for snow and take care on the WRODs.
I know, but there are resorts with planned openings of new terrain with snow making. Just depends on temps right now. I'm taking next weekend off, not worth nearly getting killed for not so hot conditions. Hopefully something will change before Thanksgiving since I'll be in Vail all weekend.
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