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Feb 21, Le Stump
« on: 02/22/08, 09:52 AM »

Nice and corny between 3P and 5P when I was out - a couple inches of soft wet corn on a supportive base. The snow in the forest was pretty skiable too. Things held up really well for so late in the day.

What was good in the Commonwealth yesterday?

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Re: Feb 21, Le Stump
« Reply #1 on: 02/22/08, 10:08 AM »

North peak of Denny into Pineapple was pretty good, but lower Pineapple was kind of manky, as expected. Still worth doing.  Saw someone ski off top of Denny before I summitted, and he then toured up Heather towards Bryant. That was probably a good one, but I was too late to do that.
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Re: Feb 21, Le Stump
« Reply #2 on: 02/22/08, 12:40 PM »

Nice job. I wish I coulda left work early this week for something like this tour. It's always treated me well when we get these early "faux corn" type conditions, and can be knocked off in less than a half day if that's all you have.
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