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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-08-2012, 11:15 PM
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They aren't open that often. Saturdays and Sundays only at this point, plus whatever holidays they manage to make it to.

Looks like we might actually get a pow day tomorrow, cross your fingers for more dumping tonight!
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Yup, about the same here.

The season that keeps on... seasoning.
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I'll try to swing Sun morning only, then get back.

Anyone have the beta - should I bring the rock board?
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I'll try to swing Sun morning only, then get back.

Anyone have the beta - should I bring the rock board?
Yeah I wouldn't bring your nice board, there is fresh snow but there are areas where previously exposed rocks are lightly disguised and you might catch something in those areas. I definitely saw some new cuts in the bottom of my board today, it's my only board but its something I got dirt cheap on CL, so no worries for me.
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Well - it sure was a nice day out there, too bad I had to leave around lunch.

Yes: there was new snow covering up the rocks, so I got a couple of scratches, not a big deal at all but I wouldn't bring my newest board because it could have been much worse. I heard several people complaining about braking over hidden rocks, you do the math
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