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Nov 20th, 2016    Public Observer
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Nov 21st, 2016    Heather Thamm
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Nov 20th, 2016    Johnston-Bloom / Moderow
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Tales from the Pit at Blue & Gold Boardshop, Anchorage - FREE. December 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Join Aleph Johnston Bloom for an evening discussion on avalanche safety and awareness. Stories from Sunburst at Powder Hound Ski Shop, Girdwood - FREE. December 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. Join Heather Thamm, for an evening discussion on avalanche safety and awareness.
Turnagain Advisory
Tuesday, December 11th 2018
The avalanche danger is MODERATE above 2500’ in the Alpine. Watch for wind slabs in steep, wind-loaded start zones. Triggering a slab avalanche is still possible. As new snow accumulates assess how well it bonds to the snow surface below.  Pay attention to changing conditions.  SUMMIT LAKE:  A weak and shallow snowpack exists under the recent storm snow. Slab avalanches 1-2' deep may to be easy to trigger on steeper slopes.   …
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