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The past weekend at Hidden Valley was the best conditions I have ever seen there.

lots of snow. felt like a little over a foot in most places that werent tracked. Went out at Halftime during the stiller's game and just stayed out because the skiing was so good.



If I wasnt stuck answering phones right now I would be consider skinning laurel mountain.
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Obviously, there is more powder where you are, than where I am. I think its following you.
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Obviously, there is more powder where you are, than where I am. I think its following you.

^ This picture is how Bushwacker celebrated the Polamalu interception.
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Obviously, there is more powder where you are, than where I am. I think its following you.

^ This picture is how Bushwacker celebrated the Polamalu interception.
I came inside just as that happened
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Nice stuff Josh! Went to Springs today and it was pretty good. Not too crowded and good snow.

Gave my new Watea 94's a spin in prep for a trip to Utah next week. Not the best hard snow ski for Western PA, but they carved pretty well.

Mike
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More pow in PA than UT right now.
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More pow in PA than UT right now.
Yeah, I know. Hoping for a snowstorm late this week in UT.
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Nice stuff Josh! Went to Springs today and it was pretty good. Not too crowded and good snow.

Gave my new Watea 94's a spin in prep for a trip to Utah next week. Not the best hard snow ski for Western PA, but they carved pretty well.

Mike
So I had the thugs out alot the past weekend just because of how retarded it was and...

everyone who skied them including me was very surprised by the edge hold in smaller raduis steered turned on hardpack.

they were key for skiiing tree runs and not hitting shit underneath the snow.
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So I had the thugs out alot the past weekend just because of how retarded it was and...

everyone who skied them including me was very surprised by the edge hold in smaller raduis steered turned on hardpack.

they were key for skiiing tree runs and not hitting shit underneath the snow.
I was pleasently surprised by the carviness of the Watea's. Reviews I read before I bought them last summer said they skied like a "wide RX-8". I liked my RX8s so that convinced me to get them. They do turn very well for a 94 wide ski, a bit slow edge to edge, but I expected that.
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