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kamtron
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Feb 10, Dreaming of powder long gone
« on: 02/10/17, 10:04 AM »

From Wednesday:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pBHRoldsHg
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Re: Feb 10, Dreaming of powder long gone
« Reply #1 on: 02/10/17, 10:31 AM »

Stop by...and bring some friends. I've got a great slope that would ski just like that.....After you remove the half inch sheet of ice! Rather labor intensive...
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Re: Feb 10, Dreaming of powder long gone
« Reply #2 on: 02/10/17, 11:12 AM »

At least we got this to keep us entertained:
https://twitter.com/FreerideWTour/status/830012927310757888
Go Tabski!
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Re: Feb 10, Dreaming of powder long gone
« Reply #3 on: 02/10/17, 11:54 AM »

I wouldn't say it's long gone... rather more like locked-up for later use Cheesy
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Moral of story is don't ski when you can snowboard
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Re: Feb 10, Dreaming of powder long gone
« Reply #4 on: 02/13/17, 08:27 AM »

I wouldn't say it's long gone... rather more like locked-up for later use Cheesy

Yep, our reconnaissance yesterday found the powder still down there, below a nice supportive rain crust. Some big avalanches came down with the rain too
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