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silaswild
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February 23, 2016, Lichtenberg Mountain
« on: 02/23/16, 08:06 PM »

For the morning skin up on south slopes we had blue skies, light wind, and 4-8" slightly dense two day old snow.  At the crest there was a 20mph east wind.  Northeast and north lines had light 4-12" powder, south and southwest lines were smooth 4-8" butter becoming heavier and thicker below 4500'.  F-18 and C-141 training flights provided patriotic fun.
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Re: February 23, 2016, Lichtenberg Mountain
« Reply #1 on: 02/24/16, 12:25 PM »

Ha, we almost crossed paths. I was riding the slopes west of lake Valhalla, and watched you guys climbing the burg. The flyovers were wild!
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