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haha but wasn't that cement? Baker isn't always super wet, but normally seems to be.
Oh and for me about 36, but the drifts were over double that. There is a large distorted horse shoeish shaped bowl facing about E-NE a bit out of the boundary, and we got 36 inches of light light pow overnight, with winds pushing all of it up and over the bowl, into a more treed in smaller somewhat gully shaped bowl on the other side of the mountain, which was the only place that didn't get hit by wind, so the snow from all other faces seemed to stay in there. Chest deep, with VW sized pillows that exploded into dry dust as you landed on them.
36 in two days, jay peak vermont. Such a great mountain
this. when was your 36 inch ?
i never skied 36 but it was something like 20-30.. its deep for the east..