In general, my focus was assess the reactivity of the upper snowpack, and get eyes on the basal facets. Tests as both locations showed moderate strength and no propagation propensity with great stability.
Our first pit at 2,400’,W aspect, 19° slope, HS 155cm, I received no results on multiple CT tests, and could see the 12.1 Melt-freeze crust sandwiching a facet layer within.
Our second pit, see Snowpilot profile, continued to show great stability with hard results on CT’s, along with no results on Deep Tap Test and an ECT.
My layer of concern are still the basal facets, but it's continuing to show a strong bond with the ground surface below in test pits.
(See pictures below)