Only happens during intense rain, the saggy gutters can deal with constant rain no worries.
PG said:Looks like Buller officially has a season now. For all those about to grab freshies, I salute you.
Should be 75% today.absentskier said:I know it looks like el nino is coming, but Melbourne's water storages may be nudging 80% by the end of August.
Crowds74 said:can Anyone give an update of how much snow was delived out of todays present?
Darksidepoints said:Crowds74 said:can Anyone give an update of how much snow was delived out of todays present?
A lot! 25 seems like a pretty good estimate! I am dreading the crowds tomorrow.
Today was the best day I have EVER had at Buller, and the second best powder day I have ever had in the southern hemisphere. Granted I wasn't good enough to ride powder until a few years ago so my opinion isn't worth much, but today was pretty epic.
My favourite part of today:
(near Powder Keg, sort of right)
"Should we go left or right?"
"I dunno, right looks a bit sketchy, maybe it's not tracked out for a reason..."
along comes a group of 6 or 7 guys on skis, heading right
"Maybe these guys are going that way because they are better than us..."
Guys start jumping off everything, skis and poles are flying everywhere, they are falling into bushes, holes, ect, some are landing upside down.
"No, they are just crazier than us, lets go left."
These guys weren't that young either, they looked like they were in their 40's,. Good fun.
Darksidepoints said:Tirol all the way to the bottom looked pretty good.
It was not worth the hike out, heavy heavy powder.
At least I can say I did it this season.
HockeyMonkey said:Disappointed they weren't bottom loading Tirol or mid loading horse hill