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Old 09-21-2006   #1
 
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Big Dump in the Mountains

It has been cold and pouring up here in the valley all day, and now changed to snow. Might be getting a little excited for snow season, but I'm not excited for Vail pass at 4:30am on my trip to the airport tonight!

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The news said 11 inches in Vail last night and 8+ in Frisco
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Roads are pretty bad I would assume? I'm making the trip from the FR across Hwy 50 for a Westwater trip. Gotta make it this evening.......whatdya think, will Hwy 50 or I-70 be better????
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Bring it on...
Roaring Fork has been get'n some. Aspen reports flurries. Still cold and rainy in bonedale. WhiteLightning email me your contact info to [email protected] lets talk about work and what I'm doing.
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Hurray for El Nino!
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AH Yes, the twelth year is upon. Good shredding awaits us, and a subsequent high water year. Bring it on!
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We thought last year would be a big water year also. But the old sublimation took all the super high water from the Poudre. I am going to be pessimistic about the upcoming seasons. Then if the epic happens it will be a surprise.
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Nice photo!
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