I'm in this weekend, dammit.
Dude, it's GLOBAL, not WESTERN REGIONAL warming (I call it climate change, not warming, fyi). Don't be such a cynic, anyway. I for one am looking forward to having a view of the ocean from my living room. Could make up for the hit in property values that's not really happening either ;-)
More importantly I'm going to try REALLY HARD to snowkite this weekend. I miss you guys! I miss the Camas! This two job thing sounded much better months ago when I signed up for it. Nobody told me it would be a killer snow year. I'm going to bring a friend and beers, dammit. There'd better be wind.
How's the powder? Skiiable?
w----- Original Message ----
From: Gear Daddy <geardaddyllc@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 7:24:27 AM
Subject: [snowkiteidaho] Re: Visiting snowkiter
Plenty of snow and plenty of room. Wind can be different but one of
our many spots should work on any given day.
Target all your adventures 20 miles West of Fairfield at the top of
the Camas Valley.
We had a little late start but so far who would believe in the thing
they are calling "Global Warming" we've had a great winter.
if you need any Beta feel free to call or find out when the group mos
--- In snowkiteidaho@ yahoogroups. com, "fernmanus" <fernmanus@. ..> wrote:
> I live in Salt Lake City and travel to Boise from time to time on
business. I have been kiting
> for 8 years and frequent Skyline and Strawberry. I am curious if
the coverage is good at
> Fairfield and if the NOAA point forecast is accurate there. I am
thinking of bringing my gear
> up next week.
> We have had a stellar winter in Utah, the best since I started
snowkiting 7 years ago. Hope
> the storms have been good to you as well.
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