We dug into the snow on a SE and N aspect at around 2100' to look at the snow but did not conduct formal stability tests. On a SE solar aspect that was most certainly previously rider affected, we found 1.5" of breakable melt freeze crust over 1' of powder sitting over an old supportable melt freeze crust. The new snow looked to be bonding well to the crust below. On a N aspect we found 20" of snow sitting over a very thin 1 cm layer of facets over an old supportable melt freeze crust. This snow did not appear to be bonding as well but was breaking unevenly between the facets and new snow during informal testing.