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Mon Oct 31, 2011 4:01 pm

@RMacSki 255623 wrote:That's awesome, but is that the slope right there?



That's an older run. I have a trail through the woods now, right behind where the tarps are in the picture. It's more shady, which is good 'cause that hill has southern exposure. There's only about 4-5 feet of vertical, plus a 4' dropin I made. (So about as tall as Cloudmont ;) ) I've also tried my front yard, but the snow gets in the road and there's no runout.



I tried to make a little snow this weekend, but the forecast was off... on Sat. the humidity stayed at 100%, on Sun. the forecast was off by 10 degrees. :mad: At least it gave me a reason to clear off the run...
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Mon Oct 31, 2011 6:15 pm

@thefirewarde 256041 wrote:I tried to make a little snow this weekend, but the forecast was off... on Sat. the humidity stayed at 100%, on Sun. the forecast was off by 10 degrees.



Everyone knows that meteorologists are just guessing.



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Tue Nov 15, 2011 10:02 am

@theKENDOG 256065 wrote:Everyone knows that meteorologists are just guessing.



Yeah, who would want to be a meteorologist anyway...haha







Welcome to the board, man! Definitely intrigued by your own snow-making...and as for the yard sales, you will see plenty of those at Beech and Sugar before too long (bah-dump-chhh)
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