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May 19, 2017 Timberline
« on: 05/19/17, 05:09 PM »

The parking lot is full.  I parked at the “maintenance” lot which is the spot for the locals. With my pass, I park and walk 30feet and I am on the snow and skate down to the Stormin Norman lift. The snowboard crowd is there.  I get to Magic Mile and work the edges before the slop arrives.  Then Palmer is the place. There is a twin snow cats groomer but the fun is off piste. From the top I skied beautiful untracked snow with my fat skis. Yes, the fat skis cut thru the snow and I cut perfect lines from the top to the base of Magic Mile.  Jill and I ski this area every spring and it was still there. The ski race folks are on the lookers left of the Magic Mile but no goes future out.  I have my backcountry gear but my lift pass and cycle time.
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