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Years Riding: 8
Average Days/Year: 50
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
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Preferred Terrain: powder, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 5'7, 145 lbs
Board Size: 155
Boot Size: 9
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Region: Rockies
Location: Colorado
Resort: Copper Mountain
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5/19/2015 12:49:30 PM @ Joey - I agree, in March and April I was debating having to turn the sprinklers on and the AC.  Now i still haven't done either. @l80 - Abasin is still open and posted 6" overnight and 15" in the last 3 days.  It's a little misleading as this late in the year any amount of sun changes the conditions quickly.  Some of the higher elevation peaks would make for good backcountry riding.  debating heading up this weekend just to say i did.  Driving over the passes in a couple hours, we shall see what they look like.
5/18/2015 7:09:23 PM it appears we had our spring in feb/march and our winter appears to be in May.  10-20" by tomorrow night.  Might be worth another trip.
4/15/2015 2:23:07 PM we were borderline summer yesterday, tomorrow potential for several inches of precip.  Might end up with 2-3 feet by Saturday.  Been an interesting all or nothing winter.
4/6/2015 5:25:38 PM ***************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ hahaha, i've gathered that the house doesn't really want us around anymore....or better doesn't really care.  good ol fade away.
4/1/2015 7:19:20 AM that's great!  hopefully you can get some turns on new snow...
3/30/2015 7:32:45 PM we wakeboard and mountain bike.  Wouldn't mind picking up a little 120cc dirtbike too.  SO many summer options.  It's great!  
3/25/2015 1:20:31 PM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNhno1NrY8s brody did one for Sierra Snowboard TruSnow a long time ago as wellhttp://www.trusnow.com/snowboard-ski-articles/How-To-Wax-a-Snowboard.asp I am guessing you at least know how to wax and you are just curious why you are having issues.  One is spring riding rips the wax off a lot more readily than typical cold winter.  There is just more friction.  But if you have to go out and rescrape frequently, it's likely you are just using too much wax.  I tend to put minimal amounts of wax on then follow up with a brass brush and nylon brush.  Then clean it up with a green scotchbrite pad.  I am not technical about how I wax as long as the board isn't sticking to the snow.  So direction, perfect edges, etc. are not something I am critical about.  This changes, of course, depending on where you ride.
3/25/2015 12:28:57 PM @joey I am guessing those are major city totals as most ski resorts around here are approaching double that. I think Jackson just broke 300" for the season yesterday. Snow is nice, snow on steep slopes is far better.
3/24/2015 7:45:44 PM US climate data says it snows about 88" a year in Juneau.  I'm sure that changes as you climb even a small amount since it also says you get about 63" of precip a year.  So likely he was suggesting the city, not the resort... WY had a real rough year, they just canceled the world championship snowmobile hill climb at Snow King due to lack of snow in Jackson and southern wyo has had a rough year too.  Though that equates to 250-300" of snow.  Our sun does a ton of damage this time of year and it disappears quick. Colorado is looking decent for the weekend though it'll be warm (40's).  Next week hopefully we get another couple storms or the season will be wrapping up in a couple weeks.
3/19/2015 12:01:07 PM Definitely a year to remember on the east coast. I remember many times when the tables were turned. Take advantage while you can. I'll stick to the Rocky Mountains. A bad year is still a good year here. Nice powder day here today. Might be the last for awhile. A very heavy and warm snowfall.
3/5/2015 7:21:16 AM hopefully got this morning's spammers addressed.  diligent they are.
3/5/2015 7:20:14 AM hopefully taken care of.
2/24/2015 1:51:05 PM hoping you all in tahoe get 10-20ft.  finally got some snow here.
2/24/2015 1:49:33 PM can probably thank the current union negotiations for that.  Still 2.09 here, but been steadily climbing.
2/19/2015 1:38:42 PM mtn traffic on i70 is ridiculous.  never really understood why people travel to CO instead of SLC.  Maybe the nightlife of breck or something.   @schwazy - this weekend is going to be packed at the base of copper.  do yourself a favor and hit the superbee lift (east village) and never return to center village after 930.  It will be a gigantic lift line.   Sierra Chair, Rendezvous, Resolution, Mountain Chief, Black Jack are the chairs that may not be as crowded but still have reasonable terrain.  Usually around 10am (if the flag flies) the cat will give you a free trip to the saddle near tucker mountain.  about a 20-30 min hike gives you relatively untracked lines, but the new snow may keep this closed through the weekend (bonus for you if/when it opens).  I am guessing, if it actually snows, avy control will be going on most of saturday.  Check out union meadows off of sierra chair if you want a decent run as well (though the trek out can be a b***h).  You just drop off to the west from sierra then head underneath the poma and continue on.  ends in a long flat run, but it can be worth it. Copper is my favorite Summit mtn, have fun.  Terrain park will be in good shape tomorrow before the snow hits... CME is one of the most common shuttles to summit.  


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