Monthly Archives: May 2011

Pow days continue to the end of May

It’s beginning to seem like a broken record. Just when you think you must have made your last powder turns of the year, it’s dumping again and time to make a game plan for the following day. Heavy snow Saturday … Continue reading

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May 28th

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Dawn Patrol Delivers

Another early to rise morning made worthwhile with crisp weather and fresh snow yet again. Conditions were good, not great…but hey it’s May 26th and if it keeps snowing we’re going to keep skiing.

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Guess what? It’s snowing again!

What will dawn patrol on May 26 be like? Time will tell.

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The Roof is on Fire!

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Endless Winter

Old Man Winter doesn’t want to let go of this monster season.  Higher elevations in Tahoe got pounded with more snow this week.  Touring near the Pacific Crest Tuesday evening  felt more like February than May.  Early birds got the … Continue reading

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Donner Peak Snowshed

An interesting artifact from US rail history resides just west of Donner Lake adjacent to Old Highway 40.  The tunnels and snowsheds from the original transcontinental railroad passage through Donner Summit create a horizontal line across Donner Peak.  More than … Continue reading

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Remembering Kip Garre

Here’s a great writeup on Kip courtesy of ESPN. Remembering the Life of Kip Garre

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