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Jim Oker
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #175 on: 01/29/18, 09:48 AM »

Are the dogs pairing up and doing that too, after pooping?
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davidG
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #176 on: 01/29/18, 10:06 AM »

Out of curiosity, I finally logged in to this thread.  Sorry to skew the view count..
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #177 on: 01/30/18, 07:45 AM »

Are the dogs pairing up and doing that too, after pooping?

Lol, well played sir.
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flowing alpy
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #178 on: 01/31/18, 07:51 PM »

whining to big brother just sounds like whining
i like to manage the shit i ski around in person
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Jim Oker
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #179 on: 02/01/18, 11:05 AM »

And here I thought this thread was one big whinehole.
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flowing alpy
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #180 on: 02/02/18, 10:34 PM »

trailhead got a good flushing
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JPH
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #181 on: 02/23/18, 03:38 PM »

Just logistically speaking - can you get to the Source Lake return trail without going through the Nash gate?
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weezer
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #182 on: 02/23/18, 09:49 PM »






Just sharing the Beta, Thanks FA


plenty of parking in lot4
groomed trail just 4 fido
bring your fanciest PDS ski, rockerrocker
use Radical Speed tiny clamps
800$ footwear should help but
the floaterAvy pack complete's ya.

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Jim Oker
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #183 on: 02/24/18, 10:55 AM »

I  hope it's  OK  if I don't use a brand new rocker ski with the  latest lightest tech binding on the rare occasion on which  I choose to tour up  the  Alpental Valley to see the amazing  spread of ski  tracks always there any more. And I also  hope it's OK if I don't look down on the folks who may still  just be figuring the sport out, but who  have this nifty newer gear underfoot and on the back. But yesterday and Monday, we chose to play down the highway a bit, and saw one party of two all day Monday, and no one but us chickens with mostly-aging gear seeking lame-ass lines on which we had great fun yesterday. We did see that one snow-bike had discovered some of our favored slots through some tight trees, probably during last weekend's dumpage based on the look of the tracks. Perhaps I should start an ongoing thread to document thoughts and feelings about that...

"The test results revealed a change in the configuration of interconnecting neurons (brain cells) in the brain’s left hemisphere, indicating that a ‘re-wiring’ was underway: a reorganization of neurons, presumably to better allow consciousness to serve the ‘virtual reality’ offered by the computer screen – resulting in a diminished sensory ability to perceive, comprehend, and respond to the ‘actual reality’ of the outside world."

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-consciousness-question/201401/big-brother-then-and-now%3famp
I've seen the non-virtual poo, and the  folks who seek out every nook and cranny of the Pass area for their various forms  of snow play. Some may indeed have different wiring than others thanks to their "screen  time"  habits and the age at which  they  acquired them, but I think all involved are also  getting out a fair bit  in the real world too, either  sowing or whining/venting about the  impacts  of said dogs.

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gravitymk
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #184 on: 02/25/18, 03:10 PM »

Perhaps I should start an ongoing thread to document thoughts and feelings about that...

What's stopping you?
You'll fit right in.
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flowing alpy
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #185 on: 02/26/18, 06:39 AM »

spread the poop
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #186 on: 02/26/18, 01:41 PM »

Two teenagers departed the TH Sunday and failed to return
Their bodies were recovered Monday morning. RIP Cry
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flowing alpy
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Re: source lake uphill dog park trail
« Reply #187 on: 03/12/18, 10:51 AM »

poop on the downtrack doesn’t seem to bad, considering.
stay safe out there, be aware of the soft overhead mush.
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