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With the Leadville Snowmobile Club's class cancelled, Brian and I loaded up and headed south to Wolf Creek for a few days riding with two others who've been helping out with the trailer.
First stop... fuel.... couple hundred $$$....


Then sit back and watch the friday night rush-hour traffic from FtC all the way to CoSpgs....


Finally rolled into town just around midnight... get settled in, get some rest, and head out for the longest breakfast ever in the morning... then finally get to the mountain and unload around 1000.


Ready to ride!


And the snow did not disappoint.




"hey man that's a weird place to get stuck"...


"i've totally got this one..."


well... sorta. Soft spots and a couple trees buried in the snow.


Late night on the mountain, back to the hotel for shower and dinner... do it all again tomorrow.
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Gas-station breakfast sunday morning, on the mountain and ready-to-ride a little earlier than yesterday.


More snow keeps falling... weather called for 3", ended up being around 6"-ish. Read your avalanche forecasts in the morning! Increasing avalanche danger with the new snow accumulating.


Pick a line in a drainage...


...dig a turbo-trench...


...and snag your airbag handle on a ski getting unstuck'd.


Real good snow here.






Back to the cabin a little earlier tonight, Brian and I cleaned up and headed out to Del Norte to help with Matt Entz's Mountain Skillz avalanche program sunday night.
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