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READY.

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The crew.

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After hours skinning through the storm, we stumbled upon the Mouna Bowa Teepee. Definitely the first people here this winter and I was the only one to come stock it in the summer. This place is awesome.

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We quickly made ourselves at home. It was still early so I ventured off solo into the pines to get some quality pow shredding in on the first day and to scope some lines for the next day. I somehow got myself lost in the whiteout up high but a break in the weather allowed me to find my way back. That area can be really confusing in bad weather.

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When I got back, Kevin had a lil Captain in em and decided to swing around on the dead trees… SNAP! good thing theres pow in the landing.

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I’ll never get tired of big fires in the mountains with homies.

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Kevin n ZG windin it down for the night.

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I couldnt get anyone to wake up in the dark with me so I went off solo again to the upper cirque. Twin Peaks and Sunrise glowing in the pre dawn.

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Big Mountains.

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This was my main target for the trip but it still looked shark infested and a rime crust had ruined all the alpine bowls. My hopes for big lines pretty much died that morning but I realized there was still loads of perfect untracked blower below the tree line. Took some super fun steep tree runs and exited the drainage by a series of mini chutes.

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Back to the homestead and the buddies were just gettin ready. Got down on some lunch, enjoyed the bluebird day out there…

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Then it was off for some more…

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Of this. Lots and lots of this.

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Everybody ended up takin off for one reason or another then I met up with Alecs for an afternoon session.

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Home again.

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Better dry those skins, we got another alpine start tomorrow…