The sun finally popped for us and we got back out there and rode some of the best snow we've had out here yet. We got taken to an amazing zone late in the afternoon with more long spines stacked with tones of pillow features. To us it looked like the typical Alaskan spines we had been looking for and the afternoon light was insane. We spent the following day out at our mate George's, he has a bed a breakfast out at 18 Mile on a nice piece of land.
We haven't been able to fly now for about 5 days and as I mentioned, our last day out there we had trouble finding good snow. It's now been snowing non stop here since that day but the problem is its been mostly dense snow falling and that combined with the cold snow already out there might make up a sketchy layer. We just have to feel it out once we are out there and of course keep it as safe as possible. Our last few days here were spent checking out Haines and trying to get the boys some good wildlife shots.
Well we had another couple days flying here. Our first day we only had time for one line each but it was probably my most fun line of the trip so far. I guess that's how it goes here, most days by the time the media gets set up and we scope our line there's only really time for a couple heli drops. The following day we went out late in the afternoon to try ride the west facing stuff and we had real trouble finding any good snow and Roly took a solid tumble. He's all good though.