2-27-24 by dave

The fast moving front that moved through last night brought big winds which kept the delivery from being less than consistent on the hill. The Canyon was closed to start the morning, and only the Gad side of the hill had uphill access available. Up high, there were wind waves as the snow was transported as it fell. I’ll have to wait till tomorrow to see how the rest of the hill looks with some better visibility.

Mikey M sent this shot of the Blue Tram docked in the upper landing after he and Doc climbed up from the Little Cloud Chair.

Tomorrow, look for reworked lines to have been prepared on all sides of the hill. We’ll have to get a closer look at the pack to see how and where the last installment landed after all that wind. The prepared lines will be offering great quality as the last installment delivered deluxe material to work with. This last installment will be getting worked into the mat and should prove to be a carving sensation. Last week was insane on that front and I expect continued ground pounding fun to be on tap. Dress for the cold and I think the visibility will be much improved to get a good look at the terrain. See you there for the top to bottom hot laps. Keep it tight!!

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