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>>> [log in to unmask] 12/5/02 6:34:48 AM >>>
>Personally, I see it as the #1 option.  The best way to survive an
>avalanche is to not be in one.  And your most critical piece of
safety
>equipment is your brain.
one day that I was up there, I saw two slides below the headwall and
the avi report was LOW.
I will not drive the 6 hours to get there if the avi report isn't LOW.

People just have to learn to use common sense.(the Sundays slide, it
was totally lacking)

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