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04-09-2009 11:06 AM
hoboken
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Originally Posted by Mysticfalcon View Post
Last sunday was awesome. a good 5-6" of new snow from sat. night. I love april pow days.
Ahhhh dammit! I was supposed to go last weekend but too many people from the group I was going with backed out last minute!
04-09-2009 08:03 AM
Mysticfalcon Last sunday was awesome. a good 5-6" of new snow from sat. night. I love april pow days.
04-09-2009 07:58 AM
snaplok
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Well it looks like things might shape up very nicely for easter weekend. I'll definately be up there on saturday but Im not sure if I will get in any riding with my knee the way that it is.
Yeah, it looks good. Been following the weather for the last couple of weeks, and they got 7-9" of new snow since Sunday and expecting some more. I was beeming when we got snow in NYC yesterday. Nothing to write home about, but a good show of things to come.
04-09-2009 04:21 AM
Mysticfalcon Well it looks like things might shape up very nicely for easter weekend. I'll definately be up there on saturday but Im not sure if I will get in any riding with my knee the way that it is.
03-31-2009 10:01 AM
QuebecKiwi I hate to bum you out, but I was at Owls Head on Saturday and Jay on Sunday and while it was sunny, warm and conditions were good on Saturday, by Sunday (even at Jay) were the worst I've ever boarded in. We did 3 runs looking for decent coverage then called it quits. They wouldn't refund our tickets or give us a pass valid for next season whcih surprised me. Their website says they have over 70 runs open, but to be honest, with all the hazards, thin coverage and water on the trails, many shoud have been closed. They apparently got 2" overnght, but that was after 2 days of rain which I'm sure would've screwed things up even more. 2" is not gonna save it. It's been a horrible March - one of the least snowy in history and it's a terrible end to the season. I hope you get a dump before you get there, but it's not looking good. I'd be looking at bringing a set of golf clubs with you just in case.
03-25-2009 08:54 PM
DC5R
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Originally Posted by Mysticfalcon View Post
Sunday was a powder day
You can't imagine how jealous I am of you right about now
03-24-2009 10:12 AM
snaplok
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Originally Posted by Mysticfalcon View Post
Sunday was a powder day
Great pics. Looking forward to more snow.
03-24-2009 09:12 AM
Mysticfalcon
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Originally Posted by cifex View Post
Nice conditions Rob...under the Metro?
Yup. Unfortuanately I cant get any higher with the kids with us. Conditions were just like the nice end of the meet powder day we had.
03-24-2009 09:11 AM
baldylox Nice conditions Rob...under the Metro?
03-24-2009 04:45 AM
Mysticfalcon Sunday was a powder day
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