All articles tagged as 'October skiing'

Winter’s back!
November 1st, 2010 | By:  Ben | 8 Comments

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I was kinda depressed last week. After some great turns the previous weekend, the Northeast got warm. Really warm. So warm that Lionel launched a new "WTF Weather!?" series. Then it didn't help to see our western friends with more snow than they knew what to do with (actually that ... ...Read more

SPAM #7: On the Prowl For the (Other) WROD
October 28th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 6 Comments

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As an addendum to The (Other) WROD TR, we've got a SPAM entry from that trip. Right now it seems like we'll probably be releasing SPAMs after full TRs right on through the winter... so in other words the SPAM Series won't end come ski season as we've been saying. ... ...Read more

WTF WEATHER? (A new series)
October 27th, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 4 Comments

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So since I firmly believe we will have an active, wacky, up and down winter, I'm starting a new series called "WTF WEATHER?" I believe its safe to assume we all know what WTF means..."White Truffle Fondue"....right? Or is that just me? No means what you think ... ...Read more

Deep Dawn Patrols
October 27th, 2010 | By:  Porter Haney | 11 Comments

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Yeeee Haw.  Utah's back in the proverbial saddle.  Lionel gave us the word in his weather forecast, a special lake effect band was going to descend upon LCC on Tuesday evening.  Darned if he wasn't spot on.  The Collins snow plot jumped from 19in to 33in over night, and we ... ...Read more

First Fresh Snow in the PNW
October 25th, 2010 | By:  Sam | 7 Comments

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Allen made a video: With massive accumulations (50-70in in 36hrs) in the forecast for Mt. Baker (the volcano), Allen and I decided to head up to the Baker ski area to see how things were doing. It had been raining hard at lower elevations for the entire day, and we had ... ...Read more

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