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89jy
05-02-2004, 10:34 PM
Here arepictures of the snow from Sat. These should help anyone wondering how it looks up there.

Cliff
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skicdave
05-03-2004, 08:35 AM
Thanks! Actually the ravine looks like its holding up better than I expected.

RR
05-03-2004, 08:47 AM
Looked just the same on Sunday...nice pix!

el-bagr
05-03-2004, 08:55 AM
Great pixs, thanks for sharing. I agree with Dave: I'd feared worse.

BerkshiresBoarder
05-03-2004, 09:08 PM
There may be some decent snow left, but with all with all the crevasses, rock, bare spots, undermined snow, and ice/ice fall there are only a few skiable runs still holding up. Left Gulley, The Chute, a good portion of Chute V North/Center Gulley and almost all of the lower 2/3 of the bowl looked promising...
That list turned out to be longer than i expected :confused: Anyways, my point is don't wait too much longer,
GET UP THERE if you haven't yet!!

el-bagr
05-04-2004, 08:59 AM
Not to r*** on any parades, but I read one report yesterday that expressed surprise at how good all the pictures from the weekend made it look given how marginal conditions were. Much of what shows up as "snow" in the pics is severely undermined. This correspondent also suggested that most pics circulating this week were shot on Saturday, and that substantial snow deterioration had occurred Saturday night. People even reported burying "treats" under the snow, then finding them scattered on the snow surface after a half-day. (Sounds like those kids that found your wine, Dave.)

Of course, this same guy suggested that by Mem. Day, there might only be the arch.

skicdave
05-04-2004, 09:19 AM
Not to r*** on any parades, but I read one report yesterday that expressed surprise at how good all the pictures from the weekend made it look given how marginal conditions were. Much of what shows up as "snow" in the pics is severely undermined. This correspondent also suggested that most pics circulating this week were shot on Saturday, and that substantial snow deterioration had occurred Saturday night. People even reported burying "treats" under the snow, then finding them scattered on the snow surface after a half-day. (Sounds like those kids that found your wine, Dave.)

Of course, this same guy suggested that by Mem. Day, there might only be the arch.

Sounds like a lot of PhotoShopping! ;)

How can that much snow be lost in one evening? Was it a heat wave that night?

mmmm... Sunday treats (hic)

RR
05-04-2004, 09:39 AM
How can that much snow be lost in one evening? Was it a heat wave that night? mmmm... Sunday treats (hic)

I found three Clydesdale Nests....not my choice, two tasty micros and I'm good...but, to each as they choose. What a great place for a cold one!