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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Looking into Little Cloud Basin:


    I would bang that line all day.......if I was there.

    I rather be @ss noodling

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    Just got back from the last day of the season at Snowbird. Pix and TR soon. They lost a lot of snow, but still many good lines. It was CROWDED with lines at Little Cloud on the order of 20-30 minutes. Mineral Basin got almost as bad. Lots of great costumes!
    Live, Ski, or Die!


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    Not a bad way to end the season --Killin It @ the Bird on July 4th u lucky young gun !
    Surround yourself with Positivity , Live Life , Collect Friends not Stuff and Avoid Negative Nuts

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    Welcome back TB.....looking forward to pics....
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    Welcome to UT

    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Just got back from the last day of the season at Snowbird. Pix and TR soon. They lost a lot of snow, but still many good lines. It was CROWDED with lines at Little Cloud on the order of 20-30 minutes. Mineral Basin got almost as bad. Lots of great costumes!
    Just saw this TR from June and your comment about the last day at the Bird. There are additional pictures of the last day posted by Admin at FTO in this post:

    http://firsttracksonline.com/boards/...php?f=3&t=9724

    I haven't visited over here in some time and was not aware of your TR from June, nor the fact that you have moved to UT. I moved to UT in March of 07 and despite some serious medical issues since then, the snow conditions, and being retired have allowed me to rack up more ski days than I ever imagined possible. To borrow a phrase from the Mormon leader Brigham Young...."This is the place." Of course, he meant it was the place to establish his theocracy, and I am referring to skiing. Welcome, and enjoy your future winters. BTW, a "bad" snow year here would be considered "great" nearly everywhere else. Hope to meet you on the mountain next winter.

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    Quoted because these pics deserve a view on another page!
    I need to get back to Snowbird for a visit!!
    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Here's Road to Provo/Mark Malu Fork:



    View from Regulator Johnson:



    A nice knoll:



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    Hidden Peak:

    Building a quiver is just foreplay for snowgasms

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