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If you're in CO and have sick time...

Start moping around at work and getting you're story straight because tomorrow could be the best day of the season!

I'm at Loveland now and it's knee deep everywhere with pockets of mid-thigh and the heavy snow isn't supposed to start until this evening! Tomorrow has a chance to be one for the ages!

Me today:
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Yeah, a few good days racking up around here for sure. A another good storm for Wednesday could make this the "week"...
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Breck had knee to thigh deep and they still haven't opened the top of the mountain. Visibility is shit and stuff is slabbing here. But I got the goods then peaced out when the Spring Breckers finally woke up.


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FU*K!!!!! I have to pick my friend at the airport at 3:30. If the highway isn't fu*ked I'll have to go and just leave really early I guess. I can't believe how bad the timing is. wtf!
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Give them money for a cab or shuttle and say sorry sucker!


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Give them money for a cab or shuttle and say sorry sucker!
This. Pay for the cab and leave the key under the mat!
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I'm seriously considering several options right now.
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It's freaking Tuesday. If you're supposed to be picking them up at 3:30 you could ride until 2 or even a little later and still just about meet tem at your place paying for their ride.
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Well the numbers for the last 24 hours are pretty damn good. Most places got between a foot and a foot and a half. On top of the 10+ inches they got the day before.

They only drawback for backcountry riding is that the snow came in light first and got heavier and wetter as it went on. Classic upside down cake. I was going to get out, but for what I wanted to do, I am sure it would all be sliding. Looks like another good storm for Wednesday so maybe Thursday will be a hooky day if I can't resist the temptation...
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Today was really good. Yesterday was better. After 1pm today the snow was getting really heavy and sun baked.
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