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Mid-week Afternoon Partners for Snoq Pass
« on: 02/14/20, 12:16 PM »

I know, I know... I'm looking for a subset of the ski population (mid-week) for a subset of the day (afternoon) on a fading site, but figured it was worth a go. 
I work in Bellevue Sun-Thurs and usually finish up in between 11am to 2pm.  Sunny, high pressure days is when I get out earlier; low pressure/low land snow is when I never leave work. 
Snoq pass is less than an hour away and daylight extends pass 6pm already. I'm happy to go for easy fitness days or more aggressive lines. I also have a Snoq pass for lift assisted bumps to backbowls and Denny Creek. Anyone else tempted to make the most of winter while it lasts? 
Certs: Avy 2, WFR, OEC

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