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Old 01-22-2020, 06:16 AM   #231
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Old 01-22-2020, 02:04 PM   #232
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Old 01-22-2020, 06:24 PM   #233
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What? Big Sur and no shot of the Bixby Bridge?

Just kidding. Lovely pix, MotoXpress. Wish I was there.

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Top of Vail pass while it's puking snow. Thankfully, I'm fully stocked with beer, diesel, whiskey, and snacks. I should be able to survive until spring.....

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^^Awesome winter for snowsports!!

We call it nuking (well i do anyway), and its been nuking in the Sierra since before turkey day. Ive got 19 days on the hill and its only JANUARY!

Were rolling out for Steamboat, J-hole and Big Sky tomorrow night. SKI TRIP!! Wiper fluid mixed down with ammonia and IPA, new blades, rain-x on the glass, recovery gear and traction aids, nato cans filled up, shovel packed, Espar de-coked and running in tip top shape, and extra down gear in case it craps out again when its 10 degrees outside.

The weather is calling for POW!!!!

Wish me luck on 15, 70 and God help me, on 80 (If i could get through there just ONCE in the winter without them closing those pikes!).
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^^Awesome winter for snowsports!!

We call it nuking (well i do anyway), and its been nuking in the Sierra since before turkey day. Ive got 19 days on the hill and its only JANUARY!

Were rolling out for Steamboat, J-hole and Big Sky tomorrow night. SKI TRIP!! Wiper fluid mixed down with ammonia and IPA, new blades, rain-x on the glass, recovery gear and traction aids, nato cans filled up, shovel packed, Espar de-coked and running in tip top shape, and extra down gear in case it craps out again when its 10 degrees outside.

The weather is calling for POW!!!!

Wish me luck on 15, 70 and God help me, on 80 (If i could get through there just ONCE in the winter without them closing those pikes!).
The plow left me a 30" ridge of snow that I had to shovel to get out this morning. Oh well.

We skied Big Sky at Thanksgiving. Great place with HEATED chairlift seats!
Also did a snow cat trip at Steamboat a few weeks back. Really great snow, and it's snowed many feet since then.

Sounds like the van is locked and loaded and ready to go....

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^^Awesome winter for snowsports!!

We call it nuking (well i do anyway), and its been nuking in the Sierra since before turkey day. Ive got 19 days on the hill and its only JANUARY!

Were rolling out for Steamboat, J-hole and Big Sky tomorrow night. SKI TRIP!! Wiper fluid mixed down with ammonia and IPA, new blades, rain-x on the glass, recovery gear and traction aids, nato cans filled up, shovel packed, Espar de-coked and running in tip top shape, and extra down gear in case it craps out again when its 10 degrees outside.

The weather is calling for POW!!!!

Wish me luck on 15, 70 and God help me, on 80 (If i could get through there just ONCE in the winter without them closing those pikes!).
I am totally jealous . Sounds like an epic trip. Enjoy Steamboat, I lived there in the late 80's and it was my favorite mountain in all of Colorado
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Top of Vail pass while it's puking snow. Thankfully, I'm fully stocked with beer, diesel, whiskey, and snacks. I should be able to survive until spring.....
Is that in the rest area @ Vail pass? Been looking for overnight spots up there to save the back and forth...
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Had the pleasure of staying at Tuweep campground on the north rim of the Grand Canyon. Wow.
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