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High (of Minus) Five
January 8th, 2015 | By:  Greg | 3 Comments

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With a high of minus five... ...inside it's easy to stay. But with snow like this it's time to make hay. The pow might not last long, so don't delay. Plenty of good snow to be had near the Peak they call..... _________ #backbush

Lately, Late
November 10th, 2014 | By:  Peter | 2 Comments

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The first good snow fall arrived a little later than usual this year....and this post is late too, but on Sunday November 2, we woke up way too early...   ...and drove way too far.... ski very little snow....   ...and it was exactly as awesome as we wanted it to be.  Hope you ... ...Read more

ADK the Hard Way
April 1st, 2014 | By:  Peter | 3 Comments

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Not to be outdone by the 4hr approach that Greg and the Curmudgeon did getting into A Hole;   Jake, Hutz, and I woke up at zero dark:30 and drove to Gnarville together.  We had a plan for a ski tour that might require even MOAR approach for fewer turns, ha-HA! Jake and I ... ...Read more

A Hole
March 23rd, 2014 | By:  Greg | 7 Comments

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Two years ago while we were wandering around one summer day, we found a hole in the backbush. We were pretty sure it was the shortcut in the Stowe Derby we missed 4 years ago. Yesterday we finally got the courage up to go through the hole. With schuss gear. And some ... ...Read more

After Careful Consideration…
March 17th, 2014 | By:  Greg | 5 Comments

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Dear Vulcan, After careful consideration, we regret to inform you that your application of snow for "VTah" status was denied. While your resume was reasonably deep, and your stats were impressive, and while your performance was admirable, we are an organization that attempts to avoid being a noisy authority rushing to superlative degrees of ... ...Read more

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