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Charlie Hagedorn
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March 25, 2012, Snoqualmie Pass
« on: 03/25/12, 11:07 PM »

Yesterday was good, so we headed back for more. Left the car at 11 am, so the crust had pre-baked in the sun. Warm sun-affected snow on the sunny side, very heavy pow on the shady side. Pulled the plug at about 2pm when mostly cloudy made a quick transition through spitting snow to mostly rainy. Didn't quite get high enough to see yesterday's hoar frost.

Sluffs running from cliffs ranged from small to attention-getting.

Y'all didn't miss much, but skiing's still fun.
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Chainsaw_Willie
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Re: March 25, 2012, Snoqualmie Pass
« Reply #1 on: 03/26/12, 01:23 AM »


Y'all didn't miss much, but skiing's still fun.

Better'n a poke in the eye with a sharp stick for sure!
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