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They won't touch the bumps under The Rocket.
Unfortunately, the groomer went a bit too far to the skier's right on Pluto's and left only a 6' wide patch of mini bumps for today. Not sure if they'll leave more tonight, and/or will leave a side of Jupiter's ungroomed. Also, the bumps that Jack97 mentioned were also gone. There is a suggestion box in the cafeteria, stuff it with requests for some bump areas. UFO/Equinox doesn't have run out if you cut back on to Pluto's and don't head to zero-g. Tin, the west ledges do indeed have some ledgy areas up top so be careful of the rocks. Lower down I noticed that many of the rocks have been covered with branches when I hiked in the area this fall.
We ended up with 7" of light powder at my house, the mountain is 15 miles to the north and may have gotten a little more or less.