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Donnelly_M
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July 1, 2017, Table Mountain Semi-Smoothness.
« on: 07/02/17, 10:39 PM »

With how much snow is still up around the Artist Point and off of Table Mountain, I imagine many of these lines including Little AK will be good for at least another week if not more. Snow is soft and not sticky! Although areas of suncups do exist, there are pockets of relatively smooth snow. It also looks like the pond skimming is coming into high season! 

If you want to skip the Spartan Race jog training motivation, the skiing begins at 2:43 in the video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYh_3WOa70g
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Re: July 1, 2017, Table Mountain Semi-Smoothness.
« Reply #1 on: 07/03/17, 10:31 PM »

Ha, and I remember thinking you were crazy when I saw you carry alpine ski gear up Adams a few years ago! I need to get in better shape but I think I had better start slower than that. Keep being you man!
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