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1-1-16 , Hurricane Refrigerator
« on: 01/01/16, 09:17 PM »

Jen and I skied some  good stashes of north facing pow  today at  Hurricane Ridge. Short drops but good quality despite an inversion ( 25F at gate and 38 or so at 5200) Great to be out there doin it! Reminded us of skiing the fridge in the Tattoosh
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Re: 1-1-16 , Hurricane Refrigerator
« Reply #1 on: 01/03/16, 08:33 PM »

We found some lines on the north side of Hurricane Hill which had some nice untracked, settled  powder. Great way to start off the new year!


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