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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by wa-loaf View Post
    Facebook is teasing me by popping up a "memory" photo of a ton of snow from 5 years ago.
    Haha yes same here and trips I took to steamboat are killing me.



    Not to mention I'm still getting updates daily from Steamboat. ..... Sickening !


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  2. #12
    One snowstorm is not going to cut it. This photograph was taken today north of Littleton, New Hampshire.

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    I guess i decided to have another kid at th right time.. Will only get out a handful of times this season but im not missing much ..


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  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by wa-loaf View Post
    Facebook is teasing me by popping up a "memory" photo of a ton of snow from 5 years ago.
    That's like every single day now haha
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  7. #17
    4-8 inches tonight in the flatlands near Boston according to the local news. WTF? May have to drive south and make a few turns at Blue Hills tomorrow night. So sad.

  8. #18
    By the end of next week every region in the NE (From the Poconos to eastern Canada) should pick up 6in-12in give or take. Meanwhile, CO, UT, Tahoe, Jackson, Taos, Big Sky, etc all go dry. Sustained cold will put snowmakers out in full force. I still believe we'll see a turnaround, and soon.
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  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post
    By the end of next week every region in the NE (From the Poconos to eastern Canada) should pick up 6in-12in give or take. Meanwhile, CO, UT, Tahoe, Jackson, Taos, Big Sky, etc all go dry. Sustained cold will put snowmakers out in full force. I still believe we'll see a turnaround, and soon.
    As much as hate to say it, the days of snowmaking being in full force are very numbered.


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  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by VTKilarney View Post
    As much as hate to say it, the days of snowmaking being in full force are very numbered.


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    I think that most everyone will go at max capacity next week, ahead of Pres Week and NH school vacation week after that to get some serious resurfacing done and try and get some enthusiasm ahead of a more crucial than ever this season holiday period.

    How many areas then transition from resurfacing directly into putting down some decent base for late(r) season operations will be interesting to see....
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