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Old 12-15-2009   #31
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We are not selling the dog.

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Old 12-16-2009   #32
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I will give up info on the CP area...

Who wants it.. I see no difference in giving up info on wolfer or CP area.

I have some great maps that some bros who used to go to school up there pointed out to me. There is even a way to legally get sleds into much of that stuff

Just have to scan the maps into the computer and I will post em up but I will start a new thread so that everyone knows that they are cp and not wolfer maps.

"I feel better than any other time when I am in the mountains and uh I cant explain it ya know...." - Shawn Farmer..........
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Old 12-16-2009   #33
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thx RDNek...looking forward to it.
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Old 12-16-2009   #34
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I'm impressed how much response my provocative post stirred up...and even yielded a copy of the guide book.

The wolf was fun but not as much fun as Silverton on Saturday. Red Mountain is definitely winning on snow pack but wolf creek pass did have a solid 70 inches. We happened to stumble into some locals up there and they were pretty cool about us being in their stashes...although we did lay down about 3 miles of track before starting to lap. Monarch was pretty boney.

I should probably start a new thread about this but what is the deal with Sunday's at Silverton Mountain? Is it the guaranteed $50 one run? We showed up after an epic Saturday and when I was paying for Sunday they asked if I was aware of the winter wind advisory policy which basically says if we decide to shut the lift you do not get your money back. I asked, "so does that mean I'm paying $50 bucks for one run?"

The response was, "there is no way to know."

After one run they shut the lift despite the weather being the same as the first run.

Bob, did you get out on the river much last season?
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Old 12-16-2009   #35
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Jeff, sure did. Got my skills up, looking forward to this season. Sorry to hear you got jacked at Silverton.

RDNEK, By all means my good man. I respect you, I like what you guys do. I have a sled now too. It is all fair game. See you out there.
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Old 12-17-2009   #36
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Looking forward to some info on CP.. Been digging around up there a little, tough to get info out of people, even on the mountain.

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