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    Quote Originally Posted by skibumski View Post
    Well for the sake of all North American skiing, let's just hope all these are wrong. Positive is they're all different. Negative is they're all scorching hot. Thankfully still early......
    Looks like a pass to Churchill, MB's town hills would be a more sure bet for good snow than anywhere...with a watchful eye towards the dump.....but Sunday, following the AM showers, was a definite breath of fresh, Fall air. Doing the backroad, country drive.....way out in the country = so nice for the psychic. Guess my Boyne Pass will, at least, offer some enjoyable exercise.

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    What is wrong with an average winter? Northern Vermont has been below average snowfall for the last several seasons. Average would be good.
    Snow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catsup948 View Post
    What is wrong with an average winter? Northern Vermont has been below average snowfall for the last several seasons. Average would be good.
    I agree...I'll take average in a second.
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    La Niña is not a guarantee of anything. All a La Niña winter will guarantee is uncertainty. Average winter will be excellent, especially after last year.


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    Below average is fine as long as we have sustained cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steamboat1 View Post
    Below average is fine as long as we have sustained cold.
    Exactly that. In addition, sustained cold often keeps the crowds away! Though we do need resorts to have a good season too...

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    I'll take a repeat of 2014-2015 please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    I'll take a repeat of 2014-2015 please.
    Me to please htat be swwetttttfff . Scootty Languages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    I'll take a repeat of 2014-2015 please.
    I'd rather have a 92/93 where both east and west prospered.

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