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Lynden Don
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Western Slopes verses Eastern Slopes of NCR
« on: 10/12/12, 10:19 AM »

Just recently I bagged my 16th month on ski's.  A few pictures shows why it is much easier to ski all year on the west side of the North Cascades compared to the east side. 
Both pictures where taken in the mid to upper 6000 foot range in the last month.

Can anyone take a wild guess which is from the Alpine Lakes Wilderness?

Don


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Re: Western Slopes verses Eastern Slopes of NCR
« Reply #1 on: 10/15/12, 08:56 PM »

"Ever'body wanna dance with
Sweet Little Sixteen"

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Chuck Berry
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