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Old 06-06-2016   #1
 
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Just wondering if anybody has checked it out today. I noticed that the flow is good

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Old 06-06-2016   #2
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Not yet. Just a few small wave trains forming. I'm by there about everyday so will post if it changes.
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As I recall 23k is the magic number.
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As I recall 23k is the magic number.
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Stopped by this afternoon and it was just a small wave. Hopefully soon!
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Old 06-07-2016   #6
 
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its in at 19k, but super soft. 23k is great, but it is going to be tough to get upto that number with the mid elevations have 0 snow.
Fingers crossed.
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Yeah, peak happened yesterday, short one this year. I would suggest not making the drive. Oh and glenwood wave is total trash. Definitely not something out a movie.
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Not yet. Just a few small wave trains forming. I'm by there about everyday so will post if it changes.
Visual Ty?

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Peak is still to come.


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