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It has not stopped over here, really light sometimes and heavy at others. Have some pictures from vail pass today. There was 12-18" fresh with grass and rocks for base. Face shots were able to be had. Heading home now.
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It has not stopped over here, really light sometimes and heavy at others. Have some pictures from vail pass today. There was 12-18" fresh with grass and rocks for base. Face shots were able to be had. Heading home now.
I would enjoy seeing those pics if you don't mind!
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The guy with dreads is my sons coach. The other is a friend.

We will be stopping by the pass again tomorrow. It is still dumping heavily right now in Vail. Im guessing it will be full coverage tomorrow.

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The handrail measurement this morning.

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Yep. That's just plain awesome. I bet everyone around there is in a good mood.
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The handrail measurement this morning.


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Very nice indeed. Glad to see you enjoyed the day!
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Hahaha! That looks awesome. Sparks were flying! Good stuff and thanks for the stoke.
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My parents have 4 feet of wet heavy snow in the Black Hills of SD, kinda by Terry Peak. Powerline in their back yard snapped and trees are falling over.

Figures CO would have a awesome early season since I'm working in Canada. I don't even think the resorts here make snow!


It's pretty nice in Southern Alberta today.
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My parents have 4 feet of wet heavy snow in the Black Hills of SD, kinda by Terry Peak. Powerline in their back yard snapped and trees are falling over.

Figures CO would have a awesome early season since I'm working in Canada. I don't even think the resorts here make snow!


It's pretty nice in Southern Alberta today.
Where are u located?
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