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Just a model run to hit us late next week. Lets hope its fully realizes!!
 

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Why? You never separate the skier from his skis.

Because they're generally not needed down here for late season and early season. I figure that anytime after April, the next time I'd need them would be up in NH again, so no need to transport.

Yet another reason to move back to NH. Hopefully next year at this time I won't be having this dilemma.
 

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Because they're generally not needed down here for late season and early season. I figure that anytime after April, the next time I'd need them would be up in NH again, so no need to transport.

Yet another reason to move back to NH. Hopefully next year at this time I won't be having this dilemma.


Like I said!!!! Never separate the skier from his skis.
 

Puck it

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What would it take to open more trails at Killington? 5"? 10"?

Poach or Non Poached? Or possibly over easy?


Some trials can get by with about 5" like Upper Ridge and others on Snowden. 10" would put a lot into play.
 

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If it busts, blame me!! :lol: I have an appointment (made 2 weeks ago BTW) to get the snowtires put on one of my families vehicles this coming Monday, and on my lists of chores to do this coming weekend is put the patio furniture away and get the snowblower ready for the season. That might be just far too much "anti snow" karma to allow this potential storm to happen ;)
 

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This model run put snow in the forecast for the first time this season at my house!

[h=3]Wed Nov 13[/h]
39[SUP]°[/SUP]
26[SUP]°[/SUP]
Snow Shower

Chance of snow:40%Wind:N at 7 mph Details


[h=3]Thu Nov 14[/h]
43[SUP]°[/SUP]
30[SUP]°[/SUP]
Snow Shower

Chance of snow:40%Wind:NE at 10 mph Details
 

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If it busts, blame me!! :lol: I have an appointment (made 2 weeks ago BTW) to get the snowtires put on one of my families vehicles this coming Monday, and on my lists of chores to do this coming weekend is put the patio furniture away and get the snowblower ready for the season. That might be just far too much "anti snow" karma to allow this potential storm to happen ;)


So we will just blame you! :)
 

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This thread just sealed it for me. Was thinking about spending next weekend at K for my birthday with the girlfriend...well I just booked at room at the Long Trail lol
 

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I'll believe it when I see it. OTOH I am scheduled to be in Vermont (Castleton) next weekend, the ski's are at the shop getting their pre-season tune, and I could be ready to go at the drop of a hat.

Alex

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