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    It does look like snow is in our future. I'm wondering how Casper is slated to get more than the Snowies. Either way, 3-5" would be great fun.

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    In upslope events we often get more than anybody. I would rather you got it however. Your regional snow pack has the greatest positive benefit to the fisheries of Grey Reef and Miracle Mile and a big storm like this will probably blow out the river. Already raining pretty good. If the forecast comes to within close to true trees will be breaking like crazy. Riding will be interesting.

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    I woke up to 4" fresh snow this morning(Park City Ut). I grabbed the Mukluk and took the dog on the half mile trail behind my house. The ride is nothing special except that I had a Knee replacement 6 weeks ago and any time on the bike is special. It felt great to be on the Muk, I look forward to this winter.

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    always love the first snow of the year!
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    Casper Mountain Weather Information

    This is probably 10-12" since 7pm yesterday. Saw a guy riding a Krampus down the street early as I was shaking snow off of trees...NOT something you see in Casper,WY.

    Today we ride! After trying to save the trees....

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    Three days ago I was wearing shorts at 11,000 feet, today it looks different at 7,200.


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    Shorts the day before yesterday and Monday is supposed to be 63*...crazy time of year!

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