Toured from Marshall out to Blue Point. Found snow depths ranging from 15-30cm untill above 6000 feet and 60-80 cm above 6000. Light blower snow from the 12/16 storm came in right side up with light to moderate wind transport. Despite the warm sun all day southerly aspects remained dry with no roller balls seen or trees shedding their large snow loads. We skied easterly aspects and found no recent wind slab development. A quick pit on an easterly aspect at 6800 ft revealed right side up layering and no propagation of an extended column. Temps were chilly all day, especially in the shade where the temps ranged from 12-16°F. We were surprised to ski from the Marshall base area and not hit any rocks all day, just lots of logs!