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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by markamazing, Apr 3, 2009.
Rain here. :huh
Me too. I know a lot of folks are a little cranky, but I welcome it. I'm heading for the Boat for one last resort trip. And I'm happy to see that I'll have more backcountry days.
We were supposed to wake up to 6" of snow and watch it become a foot by noon.
The ground is barely wet, nothing coming down yet.
Do I need to buy a bike or what?
So far only about 1/4" up here in Bumfield.
Dusting of really wet stuff on the yards and cars.
I'm getting tired of this weather for sure, but thankful for the moisture that's soaking in. Fourmile was super dry a month ago.
I washed both cars last Sunday and now we've had a whole week of crappy weather. In north COS we have just a dusting but it is windy and 29F outside at 9 AM. Nasty windy.
We got 6" last night, more coming down.
Cold, but clear and sunny here today. Finally! Rode the LC4 to work this morning.
I put down some lawn food yesterday and fixed the backflow preventer (again), and was really looking forward to a good foot of melting snow.
More like wind-blown sleet here, layer of ice on everything facing into it.
Good garage day
Pumpkin Vine (Hwy287 south of Laramie) CLOSED...updated...it's open doh!
I80 Summit east of Laramie - CLOSED
If it's going to snow we sure as hell better get like 2 feet of it. I'm tired of this inch here, inch there stuff.
Be careful what you ask for, not all of us have that outrigger hanging off our bikes
Woke up to 4 inches of fresh in Snowmass Village and its still coming down!
Who needs an outrigger? I rode the KLR this morning . . . . . .
to the barn and back! It was a hoot! Kinda like practicing to ride in foot-deep sand!
Sadly, my wife brought all the horses into the arena this morning to get them out of the snow and let them dry off, so I can't ride the trials bike inside today. Maybe tomorrow, if I don't decide to head for Steamboat. Graywolf's mention of FOUR FEET of new snow, and my unused one-day pass are sorely tempting me to brave the roads!
The sun is starting to peek out in Denver.
By the way the clouds are moving, I'd say someone is getting a good storm.
It rained pretty hard in Ft. Collins last night starting about 8 pm, then started snowing at about 11 pm. There was about 5 inches of very heavy snow and slush on my cage this morning, but it's melting very quickly, and the roads are mostly clear. It's windy, though.
Only about 4" in Durango and we're still getting light flurries. But the ground is warm enough that is has started to melt...