5900Re: [snowkiteidaho] Re: double dipper
- Mar 19, 2010Yes, strange day on the Camas. Me J and Tony tool the late bus. Got there just In time to watch everybody walk out for miles. We bailed down to where "the River Runs Through It" the wind was about 12-14 In the valley, but if you climbed 30-40 feet up the hill, there was not much wind at all. When everyone came down off the top, they brought the bad juju with them and the wind started to die. As soon as they left, it came back up for another half hour. And ofCourse still nuking west in Mountain Home.Weird wind day. It must have something to do with cold air sinks, katabatic flow etc...
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On Mar 19, 2010, at 8:57 AM, "Steve Linane" <stevelinane@...> wrote:This is the way email works , One person posts a message then someone who is interested responds prior to the event in question , that what way the two parties can make plans . Sorry Chris and Chris but I though I was on my own and hitched a ride on the early buss to the camas . when we left wind NW 15g17 when we arrived E 13g15 and back off fast from there . ended up trudging across the tundra mile after mile . Billy . Jack , Eddy .----- Original Message -----From: ChrisPSent: Thursday, March 18, 2010 10:21 PMSubject: [snowkiteidaho] Re: double dipper
OK am I the only one....WTF happened today?
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