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December 11, 2012, Scottish Lakes high camp
« on: 12/11/12, 07:04 PM »

Clear night and lowering winds made for great skiing today, up to 26" powder in the trees 6000-5000'.  Below the camp, skiing to the end of the plowed road (logging operations) at 4100' was slightly damp and very smooth old snow on nice open slopes.
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Re: December 11, 2012, Scottish Lakes high camp
« Reply #1 on: 12/14/12, 04:00 AM »

Silas

For a old flabby guy you can definately let the ski's rip.  It was fun skiing up on McCue Ridge with you, next time you decide on new lines through the trees I won't be grumpy

Don
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If you're not falling down you're not skiing enough.
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