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Old 09-15-2009   #1
 
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Powder Pics from 2009

OK Lets get the stoke roaring. We could be making turns in 4 weeks or less. I've skied 17" on Oct 17 @ Wolf Creek. Lets see some POWDER pics from 09. THINK SNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I like the enthusiasm, but snow now = depth hoar later in the year. I'm hoping for no snow until Nov 10 and then two weeks solid stormy weather.
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Oh yeah.

Just got some new boards but have to wait till the pow gets deep. Hopefully before the end of November.

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Its not powder...But you can hit up the 4th of July bowl in Brek still.....
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How long is the snow field? Do you know when they shut the are down to vehicles? I remember poaching peak 10 with a sled in Oct 05 after a 24 inches in two days. One of the best days ever.
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I will get a picture today when I head up to Breck for an inspection I need to do up there. I don't think it is worth it right now. I remember looking at what is left of the snowfield a few days ago thinking 5 turns max!
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Thanks G.
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Thanks G.

storm coming...a few days off but should bring white stuff to the hills.
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I too am stoked for winter, if I had a camera I'm not afraid of destroying when I rag-doll down the hill I could post pics, oh well.

Bring on the SNOW!!
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