Again, I have "zero" mountain knowledge.
1st glad everyone made it out.
This is not the first time from the article this has happened. How can you blame people on the hill for an avalanche. Yes they may have helped trigger it but from the tone of the article this was a tragedy waiting to happen with all the snow they already have. Would this have happened naturally a 12 hrs later, a day a week?
Who builds a subdivision in the path of this type of terrain.
Is this the same as those that live on the coast and have to deal with hurricanes. If you choose to live in this terrain/climate this is the risk you take and you can't blame others. You enjoy the great times and the bad times....
Just random thoughts/quesitons
-I'm Slyder and I suffer from "Gummer Syndrome"