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bgratias
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Dec. 13, Red Mountain
« on: 12/14/12, 05:42 PM »

6-8" over crust. Incentive to keep your speed up.









To the other guys up there: I have some pictures of you - let me know if you want them.
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Re: Dec. 13, Red Mountain
« Reply #1 on: 12/14/12, 05:54 PM »

looks delicious - - nice pics!

and it looks like you skinned all the way up?
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« Reply #2 on: 12/14/12, 06:22 PM »

Beautiful! nice work
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« Reply #3 on: 12/14/12, 06:26 PM »

wow.  great pics!
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« Reply #4 on: 12/14/12, 06:57 PM »

To the other guys up there: I have some pictures of you - let me know if you want them.

Great shots, Brandon. I'd love to see the other pictures, shoot me a PM!

Greg
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Lisa
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Re: Dec. 13, Red Mountain
« Reply #5 on: 12/14/12, 08:27 PM »

Amazing shots! You could not ask for a better day to catch the inversion and Rainier under sunny skies, awesome!!

Wondering how commonwealth crossings went?
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Re: Dec. 13, Red Mountain
« Reply #6 on: 12/15/12, 12:31 AM »

Beauty!
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burns_allyear
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Re: Dec. 13, Red Mountain
« Reply #7 on: 12/15/12, 11:55 AM »

very nicee!!
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Napoleon
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Re: Dec. 13, Red Mountain
« Reply #8 on: 01/23/13, 05:04 AM »

Wow, those really are GREAT pictures.  Good job!
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Splitboarder (& new skier), Level 1 Avalanche, live in Leavenworth, 4 days off/week.  Like to charge, Stevens Pass holder, LOVE Backcountry! New Skier too but not as skilled on skis. Been boarding MANY years in Utah! also MT biker/downhiller, whitewater kayaker, kiteboarder, bla bla bla
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Re: Dec. 13, Red Mountain
« Reply #9 on: 02/03/13, 06:55 AM »

Blower over inversion! Gorgeous! To the viewer it looks bottomless.
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