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Mar 6-7, Tatoosh
« on: 03/08/10, 02:46 PM »

Snowbell, Jason, and I took advantage of a relatively warm evening and did an overnighter in the Tatoosh. Nothing too adventurous, just lapping old creamy powder on the North sides and corn on the South sides. We alternated...






corn (well, kinda hybrid corn/powder)
Andrew Carey

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Re: Mar 6-7, Tatoosh
« Reply #1 on: 03/08/10, 03:54 PM »

Looks good!

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Andy Carey, Nisqually Park, 3500 feet below Paradise

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Re: Mar 6-7, Tatoosh
« Reply #2 on: 03/08/10, 07:23 PM »

It was a interesting mix on Saturday corn on the south side and unbeliveably late afternoon powder down sunbeam drainage.

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Snow Bell

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Re: Mar 6-7, Tatoosh
« Reply #3 on: 03/11/10, 10:27 AM »

and a couple of more pics for the record:

I don't think that I have skied so much powder and corn together in one trip before.  It was fun to alternate aspects.  Great weather and company. 

Thanks fellas.

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