Ray, is this open to splitters that keep their boards split on the way down the hill. I've held off trying to decide if Linda's achillis tear is going to be stable enough this year to handle the trip. Looks like I have the blessing to go solo if not.
I'm super stoked about this trip and my girlfriend and I would like to join in for this glorious occasion. We rode up there for the first time a couple months ago for Labor Day weekend... took the boat across Saddlebag and hiked up near North Peak. Awesome terrain - can't wait to see it with a little bit fresher snow (it was a little bumpy in September). If there's still room we'd like to sign up.
Joined: Wed Nov 15, 2006 10:48 am Posts: 33 Location: June Lake, CA
Here's an excerpt from the latest booking.............
"I am trying hard to make sure the guys don't have to sleep together, so your own bed in a cabin besides the bunkhouse is not a problem. I figured you guys could hash it out on the trip in, or after you get here, but I don't mind assigning spaces either.
I'll put you in Cabin 8 for now with 3 other guys, including Ray . If there is someone you know you'd prefer to be bunked with, or not, just let me know. It really doesn't matter to me, I just want to make sure we don't run out of pillows!
I just booked out what we had left to the group. It looks like there are 6 spots left."
So far, there is only 1 couple, and 1 gal, Buffy. (Ron said no go on the disco ball!) Come on gals, I have a cabin just for the girls! 3 beds.
The other party here that weekend is a ski patroller from Colorado and his friends. One of them may have to bunk with you guys. You won't hassle the guy with the red parka too much, will you?
I just want to make sure too that everyone knows what they are getting into, and have read all the info on the web page. All hands avy savvy? Or partnered up with someone who is? Good!
Now if it would just snow! My skis have been skinned up ready to go for months! (Since May 31, Gaylor)