We dug two pits on northeast aspects, each right around 2100'. The Thanksgiving crust was buried about 2' deep, and was 6" thick in one pit but only about an inch thick in the other. We did several tests in each pit and did not get any unstable test results on that layer (ECTN26, ECTN24, PST-no result). Looking closely under a lens, it looks like the layer above the crust is still composed mainly of rounded grains, with maybe a few faceted angles mixed in. It does not seem like a major avalanche-producer just yet, but it could easily head that way with a heavier load, or if that layer continues to facet.