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anonymous user
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Still some freshieness to be had here.

3 years ago - Powder Mountain.

Solitude Mountain Resort +
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Great morning, got slushy around 1:30.

3 years ago - Solitude Mountain Resort.

anonymous user
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first off skiers aren't stupid and least we don't run over everybody who gets in our way. i know they do from experience so don't be calling us stupid

3 years ago - Snowbird.

anonymous user
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how much wood could a wood chuck chuck?

3 years ago - Park City.

anonymous user
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Nobody should be complaining at all about anything that is there, I'm stuck at work sitting in meetings all day dreaming of having crappy skiing

3 years ago - Park City.

anonymous user
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I cant believe that there is still snow on the ground!! its so warm!!!

3 years ago - Park City.

anonymous user
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how much snow will melt with rain

3 years ago - Park City.

anonymous user
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where's the corn

3 years ago - Park City.

anonymous user
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this place is awesome , but does have some grass showing throw

3 years ago - Park City.

anonymous user
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where did you download that pic from? guess thats all you can do sitting in your cubical all day...lame ass!

3 years ago - Alta Ski Area.

anonymous user
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Might rain in town but if you dont mind your fancy fur getting wet it'll be snow above 8000'! OR you can stay home and there will be more freshies for us real skiers and boarders.

3 years ago - Park City.

Canyons +
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best time off whole season was the end of january!! it wasexcellent

3 years ago - Canyons.

Snowbird +
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best time off whole season was the end of january!! it wasexcellent

3 years ago - Snowbird.

Deer Valley Resort +
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best time off whole season was the end of january!! it wasexcellent

3 years ago - Deer Valley Resort.

anonymous user
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best time off whole season was the end of january!! it wasexcellent

3 years ago - Alta Ski Area.

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