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    Default What I wouldn't give to be in the valley tomorrow...

    When the mountain clears tomorrow morning with a fresh coat of the first snow of the season, looming above the peak foliage....boy will that be a site. If someone is in the area, post pictures!
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    Maybe Patrick will play hooky tomorrow. The heck with that, maybe I'll play hooky!

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    Go for it! Maybe Jim S will need to take the class on a field trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    Go for it! Maybe Jim S will need to take the class on a field trip.

    In the future, this would be a sick day or professional day for sure. But my first year, just outside of my first month...I'll contain myself.

    Kevin...GO FOR IT!!!
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    How low has the cloud/freezing line been the past few days?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O
    How low has the cloud/freezing line been the past few days?
    BC said quite inexactly that it was about 3000 feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike D
    BC said quite inexactly that it was about 3000 feet.
    I hope the view is clear in the morning - and the Ravines camera gives us a clear image - and someone on the staff replaces the Ravines camera overnight to improve the image quality. What are the chances of success here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    I hope the view is clear in the morning - and the Ravines camera gives us a clear image - and someone on the staff replaces the Ravines camera overnight to improve the image quality. What are the chances of success here?
    A midnight trek up Wildcat Mtn. 4 men armed with headlamps, winter clothing and a high quality webcam...I don't see why not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSR88D
    A midnight trek up Wildcat Mtn. 4 men armed with headlamps, winter clothing and a high quality webcam...I don't see why not?
    Lets see what the morning brings us . . .
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    brad if you volunteer to go and do it i will come and help ,i can hold the ladder or some thing
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