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Today was a repeat of yesterday, only with more snow, and better. I'm 
running out of superlatives.

Can any one remember a November even close to this week?

Dave G.

On 11/27/18 6:25 PM, David Guertin wrote:
> ... I must be dreaming. Knee-deep powder runs in November? No, this 
> can't be November. I took two skin-served runs after work late this 
> afternoon, and it looked, felt, and skied like a mid-winter powder 
> day. My totally unscientific pole-plant snow depth gauge showed over 
> two feet at the bottom and over 2.5 feet at the top. It was a little 
> on the wet and heavy side, but, geez, powder turns is powder turns.
>
> I remember when a day at the Snow Bowl when it was closed would have 
> about three cars in the lot on a powder day. Today there were about 20 
> cars, and a constant stream of uphill travelers enjoying the day. One 
> sorry guy postholed the whole way up the mountain, following and 
> miserably failing to keep up with his skin-equipped friends. (They had 
> the good manners to wait for him at the top.) He was wallowing up to 
> his hips on the steep pitches.
>
> I'm thinking an after-work repeat tomorrow may be in order.
>
> Dave G.
>
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