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    Gonna be a white Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 41077 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    Half the country's population blanketed in record or near record snow fall and we get 7 pictures?
    Ok Paul hereÔÇÖs one looking out my back door at 5:00 pm this evening. Your old stompin ground at Topeka Kansas. Been a long time since the weather stations have issued a blizzard warning but thatÔÇÖs what they are telling us tonight.

    Keeping with Kansas tradition we had a good covering of ice first.

    I will try to post results of storm tomorrow.
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    ...we get seven pictures? PGlaves
    Here's some snow pictures then; the back bowls area at Lake Louise, looking up into Boomerang Bowl:



    And the south (Whitehorn) side, with Bow Valley in the background (which many of you have probably ridden):

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBeemer View Post
    Kevin,

    That looks like Chatanika Lodge. Do you ride your machines out there from Fairbanks or trailer them and ride from the lodge?

    Don

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    Rinty,here is a shot of the ski school at Club Med, Copper Mountain. I am in there (Back row, far left.) Not as good as the photos you posted! But hey....there is a bit of snow in the photo!

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    Thank you; it was one of those insane, perfect, days.

    You must have had some great times, with that group.

    My brother spent many years in Breckenridge, and avoided getting swallowed up in the Devil's Triangle. He lived within gliding distance of the base of Chair 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rinty View Post
    Thank you; it was one of those insane, perfect, days.

    You must have had some great times, with that group.

    My brother spent many years in Breckenridge, and avoided getting swallowed up in the Devil's Triangle. He lived within gliding distance of the base of Chair 6.
    I did have some great times with this group. I still stay up with many of them and many are still in the ski business. There was a lot of hard living, about as much as my body could endure. At the Club you pretty much ski/teach all day and party with the guests most of the night. I was the second oldest guy in this wild bunch.

    I took my full cert. PSIA test at Breckenridge many years ago. I recall a run known as Devil's Crotch. it must have been part of Devil's Triangle. Good for your brother living in Breck! What is he up to these days?
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    ...as much as my body could endure...
    I get tired just thinking about the partying we did in those days. I had my CSIA Level I, and was on the ski patrol as well, so there were many nights on hill.

    The Devil's Triangle in Breckenridge was the area between Fatty's, Angels Rest, and Seamus O'Toole's saloons. My brother's been back in Canada for many years. He's sort of retired, and does construction work part time.

    Here's another snow shot, with my daughter Bri and a friend:



    This is at Sunshine Village on Wawa Ridge with Mt. Bourgeau behind us, and Goats Eye Mountain in the right background.
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    Great photo! Thanks for posting. My daughter's name is Briana, mostly known as Bree to her friends and family. Very similar to your daughter's name. Thanks for the information about Breck. My partying days are behind me. I find fun and entertainment in different areas these days.
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    The ongoing process of matching our activities to changing levels of life energy.
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    Too big for the car

    The guy driving the car said he will never take his wife along again
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    Quote Originally Posted by doncooke View Post
    Kevin,

    That looks like Chatanika Lodge. Do you ride your machines out there from Fairbanks or trailer them and ride from the lodge?

    Don
    We ride them. We try to go out a couple of times a year for a "Chicken Run". The lodge serves all you can eat Chicken on Sundays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toooldtocare View Post
    The guy driving the car said he will never take his wife along again
    Looks like the Griswold family Christmas tree.
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