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October 27,2012 Mission Ridge
« on: 10/27/12, 09:13 PM »

Made a quick dash up to Mission, telemetry did not mislead.   I was hoping the snow might have held up a little better, but it was a gloppy mess.  A few hardy folks had been out earlier, and maybe had better conditions.  I made an attempt at the un tracked,  and had a ten foot long dam of cement forming in front of my skies and boots.  Mist, trending to rain, but of course it was still skiing.  If it cools back down again this will insulate the rocks!
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Re: October 27,2012 Mission Ridge
« Reply #1 on: 10/27/12, 09:44 PM »

A few hardy folks had been out earlier, and maybe had better conditions. 

fool-hardy anyway.  I went for a run last night and more or less skimmed the rocks everywhere it wasn't track-packed. 
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