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Me and my big fat Rossignols about to get "First Chair" on one of the really sick powder days this year!!!
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On the way up. Notice the lack of others on the chair lift?? I got first, second, third, fourth and fifth tracks before any one else showed up on my side.
You all were probably working that day.
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I can do this all day if they let me.
They let me. I did this all day
Notice the angle of the trees? They are straight up but the photo is tilted counter clockwise. This run is about a 30 degree pitch.
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I miss skiing --

I was an Instructor for "Ski-o-rama" and "Peak Tours" out here -- and NASTAR raced a bit --

Rossy 230's and crappy dinged up / cracked K-2's just for Hunter Mountin

Do they still have snow bunnies
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And what is this powder you speak of ?

You gots double "Black Diamond's" out there ?
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What's really fun on days like this one when it's like #$%^&*@ cold? I like to hit these big pillows at warp 9 and explode them !!!! This drift was at least 12 feet deep!
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There just isn't anything better than Rocky Mountain Champaign Powder!!!! I love the cold. It feels good.
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This is actually pretty normal here in Wyoming. The nice thing about the extended cold here this year is that it got real cold real early and stayed that way. This is what used to keep the tree beetles in check. We sure needed it this year and we got to share it with the rest of you.
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Right now Wyomings' snowpack is at like %140 of normal for the year. It's march 6th and it's still snowing in the mountains. The best part about the cold is that is the absolute best powder skiing there is.
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h-ah-ah-ah! I envy you!
This winter in Moscow is terrible! We have very little snow and abnormally high temperature!

Moscow does not have mountains, but we have a dozen ski resorts near Moscow. These resorts use canyons for skiing like this

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