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    Triple S

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    Location: Myer Ranch
    Conditions: Brown Pow
    Advice: Get some!


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    Yup, Mmmm Hmmm, looks good.

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    Amen Brother. Who doesn't love the brown pow pow?I was tired of looking at the regular old dirt.

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    Stooooooke.

    Looks like a blast and a half.
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    Brown pow?
    That may pass for pow back East, but here the pow is nice and light and fluffy.
    "Don't take life so serious, son . . . it ain't no how permanent." - Porky Pine

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    Quote Originally Posted by cocavaak View Post
    Brown pow?
    That may pass for pow back East, but here the pow is nice and light and fluffy.

    Not to be confused with the fluffy white gold of which I'm familiar

    Brown Pow: "i think of brownpow as just that, super soft moist dirt that almost resembles snow. not mud tho just that perfect moist loamy goodness. you only see it in shaded areas."

    Yesterday was a blended snow/dirt supreme goodness

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    I get your drift (snow). I can't think of a better term offhand.
    Certainly wouldn't call it "brown snow" - that sounds too reminiscent of yellow snow.
    "Don't take life so serious, son . . . it ain't no how permanent." - Porky Pine

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