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March 13 , 2004,Paradise MAzama
« on: 03/13/04, 03:25 PM »

Front and back up and down in creamy corn!
Decided to stay low and south facing. Pay off was creamy corn on 6 " crust. Decreasing runnels and filled in with 1" windblown. Skied below Golden gates a couple laps then  moved to back bowl 40* to 30* south facing on 911 run. Skied out on more of the same as Sun moved to warm west facing. Higher up crust was supporting boot traffic.
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Re: March 13 , 2004,Paradise MAzama
« Reply #1 on: 03/13/04, 11:45 PM »

Forgot to mention this trip was led by "The Duchess"
AKA Dorothea.
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Re: March 13 , 2004,Paradise MAzama
« Reply #2 on: 03/15/04, 12:25 AM »

Looks like the Dutchess led you pilgrums directly to the goods.  Way to go, Dorothea.
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