All articles tagged as 'West Coast'

Conclave of March (with more Fumata Bianca)
March 13th, 2013 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 17 Comments

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In 1054, the Bishop of Constantinople ordered the closure of all Latin churches in Constantinople, thus beginning the east - west split known as the Great Schism. For roughly 250 years turmoil reigned as eastern and western influences battled for control of the faith. Hoping to figure out a ... ...Read more

Rocky Mountain High
February 15th, 2013 | By:  Jake | 3 Comments

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My last vision of Vermont was on a 50 deg rainy day 2 weeks ago as I boarded a plane heading for Denver. Suffice it to say that I was not sad to leave my beautiful home behind and get some western perspective, all while hopefully letting winter make ... ...Read more

January Thaw
January 9th, 2013 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 6 Comments

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The "January Thaw" is coming to stores near you this weekend. Since December 19 it has been unmitigated winter in the northeast. After a rainy Friday in December, the faceshot machine turned on, VTAH stopped over, the woods opened up, a nor'easter rolled in and and the bottom of the ... ...Read more

West Coast Reporting In
December 9th, 2012 | By:  Allen | 6 Comments

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Winter has gotten off to a slightly late start here in the PNW but now that it is here it has come into full swing. My first Day of the year with Tyler in the backcountry near Crystal. First day of the season on a 60 inch base. The wind was whipping ... ...Read more

Terrible Pattern in Utah
December 8th, 2012 | By:  Ben | Comment

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Since Brutus, the weather gods have not been kind to Utah. With a large vortex set up in the Gulf of Alaska, the prevailing storm track has pushed one wave after another in Northern California, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Stuck to the south, Utah has been under a persistent ... ...Read more

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