View Full Version : Latest Conditions in Tucks
03-05-2002, 07:40 AM
Last Update: March 2, 2002:
Here is the most recent shot of Tucks taken March 1, 2002...
Based on comparison to photos last year at approximately the same time I would estimate that we have somewhat less snow than last year.
For latest conditions visit tuckerman.org (http://www.tuckerman.org/avalanche/index.html) .
03-05-2002, 04:39 PM
Pleeeeeeeeease post more photos.
03-05-2002, 05:50 PM
here's one more for you from 03.01.02 from my trip to wildcat, nh. i've had to remove two of the pictures on the page because of... flaws. i'll try to correct and repost.
sorry i can't post a direct link to the picture... my hosting service won't let you see the pictures that way. you can find a picture of the ravine from The 'Cat's parking lot at:
[This message has been edited by riverc0il (edited March 05, 2002).]
03-11-2002, 08:15 PM
A man after my own heart. I bought a pair of those P40's in March of last year. I love them. Tried lots of demos. First skis in 10 years. Was on Pre M5 200 straight skis prior. Still have a soft spot for those big red 200's but the P40's make me forget real quick.
Enjoy those skis!
[This message has been edited by pscopa (edited March 11, 2002).]
03-11-2002, 08:36 PM
heck yea man, the P40's rock my world! i only demoed one ski last year after i broke my rossi 9.9 9x's, and it was the P40. first and only time in my life i believed in that love at first sight stuff http://timefortuckerman.com/ubb/smile.gif http://timefortuckerman.com/ubb/smile.gif http://timefortuckerman.com/ubb/smile.gif
think the P40s would be much fun in tucks? be a son-of-a-gun carrying them heavy *******s up to the ravine, but i'm sure that'd kick it as they perform so well in variable terrain.
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