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jibmaster
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Shasta
« on: 12/31/17, 09:50 AM »

Anyone been to Shasta lately?
Wondering if things are corning up.
How much snow at Bunny Flat?

Looking to head up there Jan. 1st.
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Re: Shasta
« Reply #1 on: 01/03/18, 10:54 AM »

Found some corn
http://www.backcountrytalk.earnyourturns.com/vb/showthread.php?3321-Mt-Shasta-January-2-2018
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Re: Shasta
« Reply #2 on: 01/03/18, 05:57 PM »

Hey Jib, I think most of the folks around here that go to Shasta think of it as a Spring site.  Always look forward to reading your TRs over at the other place, though..  Yeah, looks like a year for early corn, here and there..
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Re: Shasta
« Reply #3 on: 01/03/18, 10:59 PM »

Yeah - I know.
I hardly ever go there in the winter.  Always spring/early summer.
I'm always getting turns in the Mendocino National Forest all winter.
But was getting antsy.
Hopefully, the Coast Range will fill in with some snow soon.
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