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April 3, 2004, Mt. Snoqualmie
« on: 04/05/04, 09:01 AM »

I'll second the other Mt. Snoqualmie report for the day. We had a slow party member. This delay had consequences on this hot, spring day. On our descent we triggered several largish sloughs of heavy, wet snow. Two us of took 100-200' rides. No injuries, but my glacier glasses are up there.
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Re: April 3, 2004, Mt. Snoqualmie
« Reply #1 on: 04/06/04, 08:49 AM »

Well, Brent, there was one injury:  that poor little tree that you battered with your face on your head-first magic carpet ride!

But it was all worth it for the top 1000 vft of primo skiing.

Christopher
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