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    skillz to pay billz
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    Good job! snow totals -- easter sunday

    magnolia road area - nederland

    1cm, could be gone by noon. What did you get?

    Last edited by nOOby; 03-24-2008 at 12:17 PM. Reason: thumbs up -- the snow didn't really change the conditions, yay!

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    atleast 2" (MM, Superior, High Plains, etc). i VERY much doubt it will be dry anytime soon. it was just gettn there Friday. off to church. cant miss the only day of the year i go.

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    Too much in FC. Don't think the trails will be good today. Bummer.


    Picture taken on SE side of FC at 7 AM, Sunday

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    Longmont got about 3". I was planning on doing a jaunt up to Heil this morning to look for the Easter Bunny but I am thinking it might turn into peanut butter once things start to warm up.

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    Snow in Pueblo

    Here's the live web cam on the CSU Campus


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    Lafayette got about 1", nothing stuck to the roads though.

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    Who's up for Downtown Urban mahem!?
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    Im down give me a call
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    i'd say 3-5 inches based on my morning walk with the dog here in the springs.

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    Just shy of an inch in west Ft Collins. Got out before it thawed, but was drying quickly. Should be good to go late this afternoon.
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    A perfect amount in North Boulder. This mornings ride was awesome..except for the cold toes.



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    Looking east from Coyote/Rimrock yesterday


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    Not riding today wasn't all bad...it was a nice day for a walk at Garden of the Gods.
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    Some very nice pictures in this thread!

    Today has been in constant change. This morning was a frozen wonderland. In the last few hours my back yard went from 3 inches of snow to nothing and it is almost dry in some areas.

    Looks like Tuesday for sure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martlet
    Here's the live web cam on the CSU Campus

    Don't be fooled by this picture. There was at least 2" of VERY wet snow on the ground this AM . WAY too wet to ride down here. Wait at least two to three days to ride .

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    Just rode out to HTMP...and then up the service road. Blue Sky looked pretty good from the road. I would think it would be go-to-go by late afternoon tomorrow.

    It appears that is snowed less in the foothills than on the SE side of FC.

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    Can ya help a brotha out?

    How much did Golden get out of this storm? How are things looking right now? Going to do a 5am before work ride tomorrow.

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    most of the new snow is gone accept in the shade.

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    A generous inch in Estes which melted out fast. It's surprisingly dry.

    I was doing a bit of recon and actually got to ride more than pavement and gravel. Lots of dry trail but some bits may get muddy as the icy spots melt out. Proceed with respect.

    Happy Easter.

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    Just got back from Bobcat, the powerline and Ginny were bone dry or perfectly tacky, except for the couple north facing slimy spots on the climb up Ginny. Only saw 4 other riders and a few hikers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scar
    How much did Golden get out of this storm? How are things looking right now? Going to do a 5am before work ride tomorrow.

    Golden is fine, anything that was dry prior to last night's snow is dry now. Did a quick ride up on NTM at about 11:30 today, and everything was pretty much melted and dry then.

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    steadyflow - Thanks! That is exactly what I was wanting to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steadyflow
    Golden is fine, anything that was dry prior to last night's snow is dry now. Did a quick ride up on NTM at about 11:30 today, and everything was pretty much melted and dry then.
    any idea how Hogback, Apex, or Chimney Gulch look?

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    Steamboat didn't get any snow on Easter... Not that it matters too much, its still going to be white up here for quite a while.


    Damn horses! No wait... Damn snowboarders!




    My favorite shot.


    BTW, yes I am jealous of you front rangers getting to ride bikes your summer bikes on dirt.
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    Marko,

    You are more than welcome to venture down from the hills and ride with us clueless city folks sometime. We'll even stash a cooler of PBR in the woods to return the hospitality.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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