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December 5, 2003, Alpental
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Snowing to beat the band the whole time we were there (about 10:30 to 1:30 PM) - nearly a foot accumulation by the time we headed home.  Skinned up from Parking Lot 4 angling up below International and stopping for lunch just below where the two chairlifts meet (sorry I don't know all the place names).  Snow was wet - certainly not powder but not cement either.  Crust was not an issue, though keeping up speed was.  No wind - aside from getting rather soaked, really quite pleasant!  Crane was working on bridge - looked like they still have a ways to go.

Mike and Nick
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