Snowbird, UT 3/13/05

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Re: re: Snowbird, UT 3/13/05

Postby Admin » Tue Mar 15, 2005 2:51 pm

Tony Crocker wrote:It is mildly amusing to see the snow move from West to East shortly after Marc moved from Albany to SLC.

I did break a 3-week dry spell and temperature inversion upon my arrival, so I can't exactly be pegged the anti-Ullr.

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re: Snowbird, UT 3/13/05

Postby Sharon » Tue Apr 12, 2005 9:07 am

What Marc didn't get to see that day because he left early, was that the sun warmed up Regulator Johnson and it was nearly corn-like, half-way down. Amy and I lapped this a few times and found this to be some of the best turns of the day.
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