We saw some more smaller glide released on the northern end of Seattle ridge but were not sure if they were fresh or not.
A few period of decent visibility today, we didn't see any obvious wind transport on Sunburst but only had a view of it for part of the day.
First pit at 2500' on a SW aspect, with two stout melt freeze cursts in the upper 50 cm and no significant instability test results.
Second pit at 2900' on NW aspect, this one had a layer of buried surface hoar from 4.1.22 which is indicated with a line drawn in the snow, CT 18 Sudden Collapse.
Bronté and Declan taking a look at the buried surface hoar grains.