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Thread: Montana ski areas are closing this weekend.....boo hoo!

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    Montana ski areas are closing this weekend.....boo hoo!

    Yep, its true. Some areas closed last weekend and Snowbowl and Big Sky are still open till Sun.

    Anyway, I'm a little bummed. The last day of the year is always a fun party! Always look forward to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slopetool View Post
    Yep, its true. Some areas closed last weekend and Snowbowl and Big Sky are still open till Sun.

    Anyway, I'm a little bummed. The last day of the year is always a fun party! Always look forward to that.
    it seems to me like everyone is closing early this year? how come? still lots of snow here

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    Happens every year sled access riding should be good till june in the selkirks though. Every true die hard board bum finalgles a way to get one even if its a older one. Hoping to get out there soon minus the board for a few more months.
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    So Russ, I guess you'll be the designated "lift" driver this spring
    Let me know when you guys plan to go out and I'll try to afford some gas for the grampa sled ('78 panterra) to go with you.
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    Smile Silver Mountain is open at least 2 more Saturdays!

    It was fantastic yesterday!

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    Last day of the season. Arrived with 2 inches new and left with 4 inches new. Who would have guessed it would end with powder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slopetool View Post
    Last day of the season. Arrived with 2 inches new and left with 4 inches new. Who would have guessed it would end with powder!
    yep.... Only at the Bowl

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    Quote Originally Posted by slopetool View Post
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    Last day of the season. Arrived with 2 inches new and left with 4 inches new. Who would have guessed it would end with powder!
    Dude!! Thanks for the photo!! Is that a dirt parking lot?? Dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by www.oldsnowboards.com
    Is that a dirt parking lot?? Dude.
    I don't know if dirt is the right word.... I think MUD is much more appropriate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kinpa View Post
    I don't know if dirt is the right word.... I think MUD is much more appropriate!
    Which ski area is that in the photo?? Cool. At least the mud is not as deep at the powder!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by www.oldsnowboards.com View Post
    Which ski area is that in the photo??
    uh, er.... well... that's his "hidden gem".... he doesn't want to many people finding out about it, but since you are his best buddy.... hehehehe..... it's Montana Snowbowl BUT I DIDN'T SAY IT!!!! hahahahahahahaha oh yeah, here's the link too.... http://www.montanasnowbowl.com/

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    and I probably shouldn't mention either.... but it's a lot bigger thank it looks in the picture..... sorry, slopetool.... gotta tease ya just a little!!!

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    Thanks, it is our little secrete. How was the BQ??

    Hope you two can make it back to the PNW for a toasted PBnJ soon!!

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    Bryan, I guess the BBQ would have been much better if the last day of the season had sun!!! But what the heck, free food is free food... my cheese burger was good as I sat outside under an overhang shivering.... oh well.... this IS Montana...


    a toasted PBnJ???? is that a PNW thing???? what is with you crazy people????? hahahahahah

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    My buddy used to feed me occasionally on the chair lift. Ask him. I probably have a photo of our gourmet lunches somewhere.
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    Gourmet? For some reason I'm thinking peanut butter and jelly out of a pocket on a chair lift isn't exactly gourmet! Even if it is on toast! But you do have to keep your strength up when riding so hard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kinpa View Post
    Gourmet? For some reason I'm thinking peanut butter and jelly out of a pocket on a chair lift isn't exactly gourmet! Even if it is on toast!
    YOU evidently haven't had one of Ed's Gourmet PB&Js??? Something very fishy here. Are you really seeing Ed? What have you done with him?
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    This IS Montana!

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