2-26-24 by dave

Storm vibrations were in evidence this morning as a stout South wind was blowing, fast moving clouds were creating some flat light as they passed, with sunlight on sections of the hill giving some needed detail to the surface. Amazing prepared lines were to be found on all sides of the hill and it was just a choice as to which buffed carpet you wanted to unload on. The wind was beginning to transport some product to the down wind lines, making for some very nice, steep, sliding.

The Jazzman finding wind transported goodness on the steep upper section of Silverfox.
The Jazzman letting loose on the wide open wind buffed lines and getting jiggy with it.

I was working the smooth buffed lines on the Peruvian Gulch, topping off the bottom section with a deluxe carpet ride down Lower Primrose Path, which was offering absolute, top to bottom perfection. Tomorrow look for overnight accumulation to have been delivered with continuing precipitation during the day. The temps are going to drop significantly, so dress for storm riding and expect marginal visibility. Remember the smooth lines from today, which will still be holding up with some added lines as the frontal winds intensified. Here it comes!! Remain Standing!!

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