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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 02-26-2012, 03:31 PM
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Schweitzer is getting absolutely dumped on lately. 20" in the past 3 days
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Schweitzer is getting absolutely dumped on lately. 20" in the past 3 days
Were you here this weekend? Rode today and yesterday, super epic powder and fresh tracks all day. It was up to my chest right off the top of the T-Bar today, crazy.

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i was there yesterday. i stayed on the back side almost all day. i didnt go today cause my legs were like wet noodles...and the drive up there in a freaking blizzard SUCKED.
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i was there yesterday. i stayed on the back side almost all day. i didnt go today cause my legs were like wet noodles...and the drive up there in a freaking blizzard SUCKED.
Haha yea, my first run today was awful. My whole body was like "hell no", but the more I rode the better I felt strangely. Just couldn't say no when the report said 12' overnight.

I tried to drive up the road yesterday in my rear-wheel drive in 6-inches of slush... made it to the first switchback and started spinning. By the time I rode up on the bus they had plowed it better, but I was glad I didn't end up driving.

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getting up to the resort wasnt really a problem for me cause i drive a fwd truck but driving down 95 into sandpoint sucked. it seems like every time it snows, people forget how to drive in the snow. it was completely worth it though. by far the best day of the season for me
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lucky northern idaho jerks...gimme that canadian snow!

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getting up to the resort wasnt really a problem for me cause i drive a fwd truck but driving down 95 into sandpoint sucked. it seems like every time it snows, people forget how to drive in the snow. it was completely worth it though. by far the best day of the season for me
lol i hope u fat fingered the F instead of the R, if not show me this front wheel drive truck


i wanna go on days like that and pull people out for some extra money lol

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lol i hope u fat fingered the F instead of the R, if not show me this front wheel drive truck


i wanna go on days like that and pull people out for some extra money lol
hahah the f was for "four" i dont know why i didnt type 4wd instead.
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Good reviews. Really want to get up to Schweitzer. Too bad it is 8 hours away.

Just going to have to deal with the fresh ft at Brundage. Still haven't been out for a great POW day since moving out west.
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Good reviews. Really want to get up to Schweitzer. Too bad it is 8 hours away.

Just going to have to deal with the fresh ft at Brundage. Still haven't been out for a great POW day since moving out west.
Brundage is still great man, went on a day trip today and there was plenty of fresh snow.

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Good reviews. Really want to get up to Schweitzer. Too bad it is 8 hours away.

Just going to have to deal with the fresh ft at Brundage. Still haven't been out for a great POW day since moving out west.
brundage is just fine. this is from last thursday


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