Belleayre, NY 03/30/13

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Belleayre, NY 03/30/13

Postby jamesdeluxe » Sun Mar 31, 2013 3:13 am

An entire day of soft, silky sugar everywhere as my son graduated to blues -- a non-event around here given coldsmoke's kid who skied Big Couloir, I know, but a proud moment for me.


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Top of Roaring Brook


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Ready for Peekamoose


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Deer Run


The woods still have great coverage. Must be the Catskills excellent snow preservation characteristics: :-)
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Tomahawk Liftline Looking Good


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Party on the Patio


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Re: Belleayre, NY 03/30/13

Postby Tony Crocker » Sun Mar 31, 2013 10:59 am

My impression is that the East has had a decent March. Perhaps there is hope for next year's annual NASJA meeting at Killington March 23-28.
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Re: Belleayre, NY 03/30/13

Postby EMSC » Sun Mar 31, 2013 2:50 pm

jamesdeluxe wrote:my son graduated to blues


=D>

Of course if he keeps that up, pretty soon you'll have to buy extra tickets on some of your trips west :-)
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Re: Belleayre, NY 03/30/13

Postby Tony Crocker » Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:23 pm

EMSC wrote:Of course if he keeps that up, pretty soon you'll have to buy extra tickets on some of your trips west :-)

Or keep him home racing on molehills. :stir:
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Re: Belleayre, NY 03/30/13

Postby berkshireskier » Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:26 pm

Tony Crocker wrote:My impression is that the East has had a decent March. Perhaps there is hope for next year's annual NASJA meeting at Killington March 23-28.


I would say MUCH better than "decent". I think the best skiing of the past two years (admittedly last ski season - 2011/2012 - was a disaster in the East) has been in March of this year. I've skied every weekend and have already had at least 3 or 4 days of excellent conditions. March has been cold and snowy in the Northeast this year, with many days of groomed, packed powder skiing that can be a rarity around here at any time of the ski season. Bases are still deep at many ski areas all over New England.
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Re: Belleayre, NY 03/30/13

Postby jamesdeluxe » Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:17 pm

Tony Crocker wrote:Or keep him home racing on molehills. :stir:

LOL. Waiting for the bearded one to respond. 8-[
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