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silaswild
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December 20, 2012, Hyak
« on: 12/20/12, 01:59 PM »

Someone set a nice steep track early so the dozen or so of us latecomers had easy skinning in 10" slightly heavy fresh snow. We all enjoyed untracked lines. 95mm skis were just wide enough to turn, the stronger kids had fun on wider boards including a (K2) Misbehaved girl! Smiley
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Re: December 20, 2012, Hyak
« Reply #1 on: 12/20/12, 02:32 PM »

Knee deep over on Kendall knob in the old growth. Wasted to much time trudging around in the flat bit before it gets steep for a perfect dawn patrol. Hyak was the right choice today.
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Re: December 20, 2012, Hyak
« Reply #2 on: 12/20/12, 05:47 PM »

Me and my buddies were the three splitters that set the second half of the track. Super awesome in the morning and early afternoon hours. We probably crossed paths.
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Re: December 20, 2012, Hyak
« Reply #3 on: 12/20/12, 05:53 PM »

Fun day out at hyak - nice way to break up my drive over from Spokane.

I was one of those kids with the wide boards, very worthwhile today.  Fletcher, I was the dude that kept running into your group near the lift. Nice meeting you, hopefully you enjoyed that last run.
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Re: December 20, 2012, Hyak
« Reply #4 on: 12/20/12, 07:57 PM »

Laps and laps of pow pow.
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Re: December 20, 2012, Hyak
« Reply #5 on: 12/21/12, 05:49 PM »

super swell of you kids to groom hyak before the public rolls it.
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