It was a gorgeous day if you could brave the cold temps. We found a right side up stable snowpack near Richmond Peak. A few open westerly aspects had wind effects from previous easterly winds and minor cracking in the top 2 to 6 inches over fluff. I would suspect more wind effects at higher elevations. We dug at 6,300 feet on a west aspect. There is a 3 cm thick melt-freeze crust 28 cm deep from the warm-up earlier this month. Below that is stable rounding snow and another crust from January 56 cm deep. We experienced no wind in the afternoon. No notable test results.