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no pictures or it didn't happen….

glad you are still turning them.

Mike

Life is worth living.





On May 30, 2014, at 10:45 AM, Dana Dorsett <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> As of 7:30PM 29 May there was still about 10 yards of skiable (the remains
> of the start ramp they heaped up for the rail jam early in the month), good
> for an easy handful of smeary freeheel junkboard parallels, no hop-turning
> required. I'll be hitting it again around 7PM today for a quick drive-by.
> Best access is to park at the fire-road gate next to the power substation,
> since the slumping ramp remaining reaches the road, thus completely avoiding
> the potential fine for hiking on ski trails. (The gate has been open all
> spring- with a truck or a high-clearance car those sufficiently brazen could
> even drive to snow and cut 3 minutes off the "tour".)
> 
> Prospects for June are looking very favorable- given the current depth &
> density it can probably go another week or more before having to downsize to
> skiboards!
> 
> No pics or video to share at this time, but I'll bring something to document
> rare June turns at WaWa next week.
> 
> dana
> 
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