Total depth of the snowpack was well beyond the 240 cm probe. We dug a pit to 120 cm. At this location and depth, we didn't find the buried surface hoar noted in previous observations, but we probably should have dug down another foot or so to find it. From the top down, we had 25 cm F, 35 cm 4F, and 55 cm 1F. No ice layers or crusts at this particular spot, it was boringly homogenous.
Extended column test showed surface snow failure at ECTN2 at the new snow transition about 20 cm down with no propagation. We got propagation of a surface bulge at ECTP23, at a depth of 45 cm on a density change, but the block didn't actually fail and slide off. Seven more shoulder hits didn't budge it either. It was sticky!