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December 09, Table Mtn./Art Point
« on: 12/09/05, 01:24 PM »

headed out today. nice day.

in the morning the freezing level was below the area, but by the afternoon, it was well above my elevation. south facing slops looked really "corny" and sloppy. never got over to any of them. i stayed on the north facing slopes and in the shade. there is a pretty good surface hoar growing on those shaded slopes. also starting to develope a bit of a crust. no real windloading. i think after the next storm cycle it could potentialy be a very week layer. too bad i will be in Athens  Wink Grin

looks like some people hit up Stone Man. that line is sick. were they TAYers?

jack
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