From the Tincan lot (10 AM) to the top of Todds Run (~1 PM), a supportable crust with a ski penetration of 0 was present up to ~3,500' - even down low! (This changed during the day.) Above 3500' along the ridge, dense settled snow had a slight dusting of recent snow. Skied Todds until 1800', when the crust became semi-supportable for skier weight on a low angle, sunlit North aspect around ~2 PM.
From here, toured up CFR ridge (NW aspect) on a stout crust to the top of common bowl. Descended via common bowl and the standard up-track on West to South aspects around 4 PM; 1-2" of moist to wet grains sat on top of either a supportable or semi-supportable crust all the way back to the truck.