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runcle
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May 26, Hurricane Environs
« on: 05/26/12, 09:41 PM »

It softened up nicely today with the intense sunshine. Some of the best corn I have skied this season. Triggered a slow soft release on my first ski cut which surprised us all. A reminder to us all that the avy gear is still essential this time of year.

A great day to be out in the mountains!


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Re: May 26, Hurricane Environs
« Reply #1 on: 05/28/12, 09:31 PM »

Glad to see you are still getting out! Thought you might have hung up your skis after the garden started to grow.....  Wink

Gary
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Re: May 26, Hurricane Environs
« Reply #2 on: 05/29/12, 06:13 PM »

Looks like I've got some exploring to do.  I keep forgetting WA has more than one mountain range!  The pictures make the skiing look good up there!
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Re: May 26, Hurricane Environs
« Reply #3 on: 05/29/12, 10:34 PM »

How was the North Bowl?
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Re: May 26, Hurricane Environs
« Reply #4 on: 06/02/12, 09:09 PM »

Glad to see you are still getting out! Thought you might have hung up your skis after the garden started to grow.....  Wink

Gary

Quite the opposite.  Here I am after a little bit of spinach  Wink


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Re: May 26, Hurricane Environs
« Reply #5 on: 06/05/12, 09:14 PM »

Quite the opposite.  Here I am after a little bit of spinach  Wink

Nice................  Popeye would be proud of you.   Wink

You might want to consider growing your hair out, getting some flashy duds and taking your show on the road....... It seems to have worked for this guy............

Gary


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Re: May 26, Hurricane Environs
« Reply #6 on: 06/09/12, 09:28 AM »

Well blow me down!


Nice................  Popeye would be proud of you.   Wink

You might want to consider growing your hair out, getting some flashy duds and taking your show on the road....... It seems to have worked for this guy............

Gary


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