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Pats Peak evening of 2/8

Smellytele

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Okay just got back from Pats Peak. What a great time. Started out at 5 with only about 4 inches with scratchy surface below. By 6:30 conditions were a lot better. The teles were running great saw a good number of teles there - proportion was high. There was only a few people there but all were having a great time. Skied until 9 then a couple of beverages and then the 15 min ride home. Roads weren't bad and it only took 5mins more than normal. We have about 8 inches now in Henniker. Tomorrow will be great. Should be out there early. Everyone enjoy where ever you are.
 

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Nice. Pats is a good place to go in a storm. Short, quick runs and no crowds. Folks don't think to look there for powder. Hope that they get enough snow to open their woods. The ones about half-way down Hurricane are pretty decent. And the Peak Double liftline is always fun.....
 

Smellytele

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Nice. Pats is a good place to go in a storm. Short, quick runs and no crowds. Folks don't think to look there for powder. Hope that they get enough snow to open their woods. The ones about half-way down Hurricane are pretty decent. And the Peak Double liftline is always fun.....

They were all open today with the 24" we received. Another fun day - now to clean up the rest of my driveway:sadwalk:
 

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Hey chris . Congrats on your new little man Carter. You are missed up here at the loaf. Glad your crew is still here representing we'll
 

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Hey chris . Congrats on your new little man Carter. You are missed up here at the loaf. Glad your crew is still here representing we'll

Thanks Ryan! Its awesome having little man in our lives. We'll have the family at next yrs summitt for sure. Hope the UNH boys are behaving themselves :). Have a great rest of the wknd....im gonna get some AM turns in at whaleback tomorrow
 

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Challenging glades at Stowe were bony on Sunday.
Glades the Bush weren't happening on Friday. that probably changed Saturday after the day's foot coverage.

It looked like the lower angle glades hung on to the pow pretty well, and it got packed down, somewhat. Higher pitch glades got bony fast as the snow slid off of them quickly
 
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