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  1. #191

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    So... which mountain got the most?


  2. #192
    Quote Originally Posted by abc View Post
    So... which mountain got the most?
    From what I see, Yawgoo in RI at 20-22". Though I pause to call it a "mountain". 310 feet in elevation and 260 feet vertical.
    I suppose the Appalachians got the absolute most, but I don't think there is any lift-served.
    Sent from my TACPOD (Tactical Airborne Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Pod) using Satellite TADIL J Alternate Gateway Controller (Alternate STGC) via Blackjack

  3. #193
    Quote Originally Posted by ZYDECORICH View Post
    where are you? i spend summers out there .maybe a brew at the talkhouse, turtle crossing? enjoy out there .
    well I guess "eastern" is kinda stechin it. I'm in Moriches, not quite that far out. But I could always be talked into a trip to Montauk...

  4. #194

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinplanx View Post
    well i guess "eastern" is kinda stechin it. I'm in moriches, not quite that far out. But i could always be talked into a trip to montauk...
    ahhh! Fluke country! Never fished there but i hear good things. 2 feet . Wow! Christmas eve for us here up in the hills "they" say. I hope. Enjoy.
    so here's a toast with one last pour, to last forever and a minute more. may fortune sing to you her song, to live and love way past long, may you live and love way past long. sonny landreth.

  5. #195
    Mountains did get hit by this in ME/NH/VT. If someone says that they did, they're lying.
    New novel coming out in May... The Lighthouse Society

    2011-2012: 61 lift served days...

  6. #196
    16 to 18 of worthless snow down near the Cape. Stopped late afternoon today. Beautiful, light, fluffy powder.

    At least the sledding was fantastic over at the local golf course.

  7. #197
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  8. #198
    Snowshoe in WV reported 24" Fri-Sat and another inch overnight last night. That's the biggest total I've seen for a ski area. Meanwhile, this TGR thread has a pic of a tele skier getting a near face shot at Whitegrass XC area in WV.

    HIghest totals in NWS reports: 31.0 Quinwood WV, 28.0 Brownsburg VA, 27.5 East Patchogue (LI) NY, 27.0 Hot Springs VA, 26.3 at the NWS office in Upton (LI) NY.
    '13-14: 12/18 Mt Agamenticus, 12/27 Crotched, 1/4 local, 1/5 local, 2/5 Bradford, 2/7 Bradford, 2/13 local, 2/16 local, 2/18 Magic, 3/1 Crotched, 3/5 local, 3/11 MRG, 3/12 MRG, 3/13 MRG, 3/14 MRG, 3/15 MRG, 3/16 MRG, 3/17 MRG, 4/6 MRG, 4/10 Mt. Cardigan, 4/18 Cannon
    TOTAL: 21 (7 earned, 7 POW, 3 spring corn, 3 different NELSAs, 2 Midnight Madness)

  9. #199
    Quote Originally Posted by ZYDECORICH View Post
    ahhh! Fluke country! Never fished there but i hear good things.
    Montauk = fishing Mecca
    '13-14: 12/18 Mt Agamenticus, 12/27 Crotched, 1/4 local, 1/5 local, 2/5 Bradford, 2/7 Bradford, 2/13 local, 2/16 local, 2/18 Magic, 3/1 Crotched, 3/5 local, 3/11 MRG, 3/12 MRG, 3/13 MRG, 3/14 MRG, 3/15 MRG, 3/16 MRG, 3/17 MRG, 4/6 MRG, 4/10 Mt. Cardigan, 4/18 Cannon
    TOTAL: 21 (7 earned, 7 POW, 3 spring corn, 3 different NELSAs, 2 Midnight Madness)

  10. #200
    Back from Southern VT! It's very cold this weekend. 0" of snow! However, the storm kept a lot of people away from Mt. Snow Sunday.
    SoVT

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