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billbob

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[cue mad rush for the n face next decent weather window]

 

thanx!

 

man, anyone remember halloween 2003 - just as much snow on the face now and if could turn wicked cold like that time....

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in '03 the right gully was fine when it looked like this, though the final step below the summit wasn't formed (as it looks out in this pic too) but it wasn't too hard to skirt it on rocks off right

 

hey, it was my first TR even!

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Was none too cold last night on the SS. Today at Top of Mile it is 52F at noon. Please post conditions if good or not. I'll be happier after another big storm or two, so stoked and looking forward to the great alpine climbing again soon! :moondance:

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Bummer. Well, good luck on next week but I kinda doubt you'll be able to drive the road. 2-3 feet of snow expected between tonight and Saturday above 3500'.

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As I'm sure you've all assumed, consider the road snowed in now. Had my Jeep stuck for a little while last night. Looked doable from the open gate but drifting and snow depth increased significantly only a couple miles up the road.

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