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January 9, 2017, Snoqualmie Pass
« on: 01/09/17, 07:59 PM »

Surprisingly nice, soft 12" powder on W slopes 4000-3000' in the open and in timber.  The winter of our content continues, so nice to have such low freezing levels.
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Re: January 9, 2017, Snoqualmie Pass
« Reply #1 on: 01/09/17, 09:02 PM »

Was that you I saw when departing? Perhaps I'll never know, but I suspect I'll be seeing you tomorrow morning Smiley
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Re: January 9, 2017, Snoqualmie Pass
« Reply #2 on: 01/09/17, 09:30 PM »

Hey Silas! Did you see any whacky instabilities after the winds recently or was it all good. Headed early tomorrow and debating location to go for a few hrs. Thanks!
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