1-27-19 by dave

The machine worked carpets were ultra smooth this morning, and the High North aspects out in Mineral Basin were offering ultra smooth lines of wind buffed that was a real post cycle treat. Temps. were cool, which kept the snow nicely refrigerated and good to go for the entire day. The morning crew was working the Lewis and Clark area with wide open vacant lines that also held some wonderful wind packed goodness. The Exotic Trees opened right away and there were great lines out there, however, it was a touch consolidated and required a direct fall line approach. Here is a shot of some of the fresh lines waiting in the Sun.

I stopped in at The Summit at Hidden Peak to bathe in the energy that seems to make the place so special and met Team C-REG, who were enjoying the great food and ambience on the peak. I so enjoy meeting the folks who come to experience the amazing snow.

Later, when I finished my tour of the Exotic Trees I rode the Zoom Chair with the Awesome Sisters, who were visiting for the first time, and I am betting it will not be the last time. They were charging hard and having a great time.

Tomorrow, look for a bit of overcast and some light snow for the morning session. The Groomers will be offering perfect deep pile shag on all sides of the hill. Be sure to check out those Peruvian Gulch machine worked lines that are just steep, smooth and big mountain steep. Those wind worked lines will still be in the mix as there was very little traffic there and they will be naturally resurfaced over night. See you there for the first Boat! Straight Ahead!!

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