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 Post subject: Montana Split BBQ + Blackmore 10/09/05
PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2005 6:35 pm 

Joined: Mon Nov 22, 2004 4:18 pm
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Location: NW/BC/Montana
As far as the BBQ was concerned, the pictures sum it up pretty well.

Well, never mind because it seems biglines won't let me post pics with any drinking related content. Anyways, the roster included myself, Dave, splitchick, lifelinksplit, bridgerhippy, dtimms and a few other shady characters. Ghetto burgers were served up along with veggie food, while winter plans were discussed in depth. We planned, schemed, then promptly forgot all we had decided upon as alcoholic beverages slid down our throats with increasing velocity. Much later, we all started wandering off into the night, minds abuzz from thoughts of snow and fresh turns. Eventually all had departed except dave and I, so we hopped on our cruisers and zoomed off towards our respective habitations. I didn't know it then, but we would be getting turns two days later.

On Saturday, both dave and I anxiously checked and rechecked the snotel sites hoping for significant accumulations. Only 3" had shown up by 6 pm, but we concluded that there would be more snow up at Blackmore due to its higher elevation. Calls were made, and the next morning a crew assembled consisting of dtimms, dave, gabe, kyle and me. We were all hyped for some freshies, making good time up to the saddle between blackmore and elephant. Avy conditions on the hike up were negligible due to low snow cover. For the first chute, we were able to make do with the 1-2 ft on top of rocks. The 2nd run was much cleaner, enabling us to put some confidence into our turns. Pow was had, and smiles went all around. The trail ride down was sketchy as usual, but not unreasonable, and minimal core shots were sustained.






Notes: splits still left at home due to low snow coverage. As cowboy mentioned, let's hope this actually melts out, cause now it's just getting rotten - a lovely base.

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