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Donnelly_M
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Nov 27, 2013, Honey Glazed Ham at White Pass
« on: 11/27/13, 11:47 PM »

Itching to get some turns in before Thanksgiving Day, a friend an I ventured down to White Pass.  We skinned up to the top of the Couloir Express chair.  We had more than a fair share of an early taste of honey glazed ham, enough to cover the whole mountain in the form of glazed ice!  Freshly tuned skis were a must! 



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Re: Nov 27, 2013, Honey Glazed Ham at White Pass
« Reply #1 on: 11/28/13, 10:15 AM »

glazed ice
I am thankful for firnspiegel in November, a rare treat!
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Re: Nov 27, 2013, Honey Glazed Ham at White Pass
« Reply #2 on: 12/01/13, 05:44 PM »

We were up there on Turkey day, but sadly did not bring our skis, we talked to the folks who run the Rimrock Dam store, they work at the pass when they open, and it sounded like there is a little more snow higher up the Hogs back. Nice to hear you scratched out a few turns.
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