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Old 03-05-2012, 04:35 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Saturday Killington was super dense low ceilings then it all blew out within half an hour around 11Am. Blue bird and spring corn all day. Sunday it snowed steadily all day, even as the sun came out around 4PM. Weirdest thing ever, snow was coming down probably inches per hour in Rutland as I was leaving and the sun was bright in the sky.

It was a sick weekend to be up there, hope you did go up.

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Old 03-05-2012, 06:20 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Saturday Killington was super dense low ceilings then it all blew out within half an hour around 11Am. Blue bird and spring corn all day. Sunday it snowed steadily all day, even as the sun came out around 4PM. Weirdest thing ever, snow was coming down probably inches per hour in Rutland as I was leaving and the sun was bright in the sky.

It was a sick weekend to be up there, hope you did go up.
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:46 PM   #23 (permalink)
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i went to loon, conditions were really good. a few scraped out spots but nothing bad. it got a little cloudy mid afternoon but no rain. it was my first time to loon and i would definitely go back, really fun mountain with lots of stuff to play on
I haven't been to loon in about 15 years, but I remember it being a lot of fun! I think we hit Cannon and Mt. Sutton, QC on that trip as well. Hit Jay Peak for two separate trips last year and I love the new england terrain. In some ways I miss it in the rockies, we have no sheltered glades with a nice canopy over top, everything's rock outcrops, spaced out evergreens, etc.

Remember a windy day last year at Jay where I'd get off the green mountain freezer and head for the glades off lower goat run, it was so sheltered in there it was a great warm up! Plus the terrain was nicely pitched with great powder in between the trees...
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