Nov. 15 Storm Report?

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Nov. 15 Storm Report?

Postby jnyberg » Sun Nov 15, 2009 2:57 pm

Anyone know how much came in up at Ski Santa Fe last night?
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Postby Bob » Sun Nov 15, 2009 9:01 pm

There was a good six inches or more on the ground when I left there this evening. I was working there all day (Sunday). It snowed off and on and accumulated pretty well. Lots of people were skiing and boarding up there. As long as you don't ski anything too steep there's fun to be had.

I'll be working there tomorrow and post up an update in the pm.

BTW, nice job on the Reporter article.
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Postby Bob » Mon Nov 16, 2009 7:28 pm

Skied a little today at the SF ski area and had some really nice turns and a couple of rock hits. Nothing too bad on the rocks, but you have to be very careful. Saw a number of people up at the top...while I was putting up signs. :cry: But the light was beautiful when we finally got to the run down at sunset.
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Postby Bob » Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:54 pm

Additional info: If you're going to ski up high at the SF ski area, you probably want to avoid the area under Deception Peak - very, very rocky. Stick with Tesuque Peak.
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Postby s11 » Wed Nov 18, 2009 2:35 pm

Finally gave into temptation today and went to have a look. Some really nice turns down Gayway/Openslope (I think) - boot deep powder and definitely no rocks - although the odd tree so had to be careful. But I don't recommend the upper part of Gayway....
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