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Charlie Hagedorn
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Thank you for posting your observations!
« on: 05/12/18, 01:41 PM »

Whether you post to TAY or to NWAC, thank you. In-the-field information helps us all have more fun and avoid trouble.

Just starting a thread to highlight notable NWAC field-observations and provide a place to thank those who have posted. Please chime in when you see one that deserves wider attention.

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Thank you, Peter Loft, for posting this yesterday from Silver Star. The news and photo will help us with our planning for Sunday, confirming our expectation that deep instabilities remain a concern.

https://www.nwac.us/observations/pk/3051/
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Re: Thank you for posting your observations!
« Reply #1 on: 05/13/18, 07:34 AM »

thanks to Alpental snow safety management for taking down bamboo
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Re: Thank you for posting your observations!
« Reply #2 on: 05/15/18, 07:51 AM »

Still big slides popping... Sisters range, and BC Coast Mtns


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