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PostPosted: Tue Apr 03, 2007 6:12 am 
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BigJay wrote:
I'm up for it next weekend... preferably on Sunday... But i can manage to get there for saturday also... heck friday even!


so not this weekend (4/7) but the weekend of 4/13?


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 03, 2007 6:53 am 
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Sorry! I can't... 13-15th are spent doing trail works and then 21-22nd are spent at a trail care seminar... Biking season is starting... My next w-e free would be the one after that.. 28-29th...


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 03, 2007 12:11 pm 
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seems like we still have the deepest bases in ne, stay up near stowe/smuggs jay late this season


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woke up to 3" new and snow falling steady at mt hunger at 1800'. lull in precip right now but looking at another good shot of snow tonight, forecasting 8-12" along ridgelines possible by thurs eve in n. greens. winter storm warning in effect for eastern slopes.

call in sick, wax up and hit the bc, stowe, smuggs or jay on thursday. should be good everywhere.


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Are you up for a ride on friday? I got the OK from my doctor to ride "carefully" for the rest of the season...


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I was up to tucks on sunday with a beautiful day. I rod ethe lip 3 times since other areas were a dicy bootpack up with soft boots. upper snowfields are weak as heck but there are stilla few lines to be had up there. i walked down from the ravine to hojos to skip the littlehead wall and its massive hole. Heading up to jay for a day or two, hopefully we'll spot some of you guys up there.


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I was up to tucks on sunday with a beautiful day. I rod ethe lip 3 times since other areas were a dicy bootpack up with soft boots. upper snowfields are weak as heck but there are stilla few lines to be had up there. i walked down from the ravine to hojos to skip the littlehead wall and its massive hole. the new snow is for sure going to help out the shreburn, it was sketch but i made it all the way to the bottom. Heading up to jay for a day or two, hopefully we'll spot some of you guys up there.


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today was great. 10" new snow was dry and bonded well to old snow surface. can't believe almost a foot of dry goods in early april. hit it w/ 2 friends, could be one of our last powder days this season.


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I still cant believe the riding over the past two days. jay was unbelievable. big jay is still in...


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I went riding to Jay today (friday) and there was some deep stuff all over the place and it was totally uncrowded. Wow! What a feeling being back on the board!

If anyone is intersted in a tour around Jay area and Northern Vermont, let me know!


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thinking on going monday or tuesday... any thoughts?


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check this...

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/data/BTV/AFDBTV

things look GOOD for the next 8-10 days with a SIGNIFICANT PRECIP EVENT for late wed and thursday this week w/ below normal temps all week. most models currently suggesting snow.

today was so KICK ASS.


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Hmmm. Sunday River was nice yesterday, A LOT of stuff open for early April, and only one or two dirt holes open that I saw on the whole mt. Right, enough thread-jacking, perhaps I will have to head to vt next weekend...


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