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silaswild
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November 29, 2014, Stevens Pass
« on: 11/29/14, 09:01 PM »

6" fresh powder on 6" firm snow at the ski lodge increasing to 10" on a foot of base at 5500'.  Lots of sticks and a few sharks lurking below the fresh.  Sad to see half the coverage of last week.
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Re: November 29, 2014, Stevens Pass
« Reply #1 on: 11/29/14, 10:07 PM »

Nice to meet you today Silas!

Here are some pics from the day:

Halfway up the front side:


Skiing down the front side:


Skinning up Gemini:


Backside from Gemini




Near Jupiter Express:


Great to ski with you Rusty Knees!
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Jonn-E
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Re: November 29, 2014, Stevens Pass
« Reply #2 on: 11/29/14, 10:09 PM »

Thanks for the update!
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Don Heath
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Re: November 29, 2014, Stevens Pass
« Reply #3 on: 11/30/14, 09:18 PM »

Hey, Bobby,  great skiing with you too.   However,  too many pictures of my butt.   Next time you lead, and I'll be the photographer ;-)
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The best part of summer skiing is napping on a warm rock.
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Re: November 29, 2014, Stevens Pass
« Reply #4 on: 12/01/14, 09:43 AM »

I thought the first 600ish feet under the southern cross chair skied quite well, as did the cruise out on Daisy. Skyline was fun, but I took a core shot up near the top. the weather was absolutely stunning.
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