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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-02-2008, 01:00 AM
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Perisher's Third Snow Fall

hey everyone!

just letting you know that its snowing at Perisher Blue in australia not much but its still good :P

from the website:

"For the third time this year, the resort received a nice white winter coat when approximately 10-15cm of fresh snow fell in the village on Sunday and Monday."

http://www.perisherblue.com.au/winter/index.php

i think we're in for a good season this year! i cant wait only 1 month to go till winter
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-02-2008, 02:54 AM
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Theres been some here in NZ too, with a some more forcast for the coming week.

also some signs that Mt Ruapehu could erupt again! rar
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ohh yay! its exciting lol i cant wait till i go down with school

i thought Mt Ruapehu was dormant :P wow! that would be scary as!
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Remarks has got 20cm, Coronet has got 10cm and so has Hutt exciting, there's also been snow up on the roads in Christchurch. I heard about that. Lets hope the snow keeps coming, not long now at all. When does Mt Ruapehu open?
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guessing here but i believe its mid or early june?
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Wow, looks like a good little dump. Here's to you guys have a season like we did in the West here in the Northern Hemi. Post lot's of pics guys.
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I went to falls creek in australia a few years ago. That place was awesome.

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Mt Ruapehu warning
7:00AM Saturday May 03, 2008

Mt Ruapehu is showing signs it could erupt without warning, prompting a warning to climbers of the volcano's heightened risk.

Readings from the lake have shown a heightened magma input, and readings from the air above the lake showed an increase in released volcanic gas.

Department of Conservation scientist Dr Harry Keys told the Weekend Herald yesterday several months of volcanic information had lead scientists to say "hang on, something unusual is happening".
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hey guys,

it snowed again this weekend, its looking pretty good so far, hopefull it stays around this time

heres some pics of the webcams

Perisher - Front Valley


Blue Cow


The Summit - Falls Creek
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That looks like some fun terrain. I'll make it down there sometime. I hope you guys have a great winter there.

This thread is making me miss everyone from Winter Park but I'm sure they're happy to be back home in Oz and NZ. They don't have to repeat things so that us locals here can understand. I do have fun celebrating Australia Day and New Zealand Day.
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