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moe ghoul

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About moe ghoul

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    Skier
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    Smuggs

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    Jeffersonville, VT

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  1. We should have good spring snow coverage for a few more weeks. Going into the 60's-70's over the next 7 days.
  2. Yesterday's harvest. 10-12" on the upper half of mountain, dense powder. Deeeeeeeep.
  3. Middle of May, 5" down and supposed to keep snowing into the night. Never gets old!
  4. Pukin in the notch, 4-6" by tomorrow AM.
  5. Even some refill action. Legit pow upper half, pow zones and variable below, t2b, no ice or bottoming out. Prolly heading up to Jay tomorrow to mix it up.
  6. 4-5" at the house. gonna be DEEEEEEEEEEEEP again!
  7. We be having snow in the forecast tomorrow and Fri/Sat.
  8. Just took a ride to the upper lot at 1700 Ft, 34 degrees, heavy mixed precip likely to turn to snow within the next hour or 2. Supposed to be non stop into midday monday GONNA BE DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!!!!!!!!!!! 🤿 Until 11:00am EDT, Mon Apr 27 Action Recommended: Execute a pre-planned activity identified in the instructions Issued by: Burlington - VT, US, National Weather Service, ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 AM EDT MONDAY... * WHAT...Wet snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 6 inches above 1000 feet with localized 6 to 8 inches across central-southern Vermont. Meanwhile, an 1 inch or less below 1000 feet. * WHERE...Portions of central, eastern, and northern Vermont and western Clinton and western Essex Counties in northern New York. * WHEN...Now until 11 AM EDT Monday. * IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions across the higher terrain, along with isolated power outages possible. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...A mix of rain and snow will change to all snow above 1000 feet by midnight. The heaviest snowfall will occur late tonight through the early morning hours, with localized snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour possible. The snow will taper off to a mix of rain and snow showers by mid morning Monday. 🕺🎿❄️🌨️⛷️
  9. First time I loaded something on You tube. You didn't miss much, but I unlocked the settings so it should open.
  10. yesterday. https://youtu.be/26R4Nm1GNRY
  11. Shot at more snow Sunday/monday but more likely in central and S.VT. Stay tuned............
  12. Moar goodness on tap today. Powder in the shade, cream cheez in da sun, 45 degrees, blue sky, Doobies and Double Galaxies in the fanny pack. Didn't work enough quarters for UE, so I'm crushing it trading the volatility, rebuilding my deck, and extremely grateful I didn't pull the trigger on the pizza shop or a bar. I do miss being behind the bar, but not so much lately.
  13. 6"+ on the summits, 4" at the house, still lotsa skiing left. Going out for another lap after lunch, take a few pix for post and stoke!
  14. Tight. steep and rarely open. bailing out to skiers right puts you on Freefall. This'll be hard to watch.
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