I headed up to Boulder Point to stay the night and take advantage of a beautiful clear day on Saturday. I continued up to Boulder Peak and was able to glass multiple natural avalanches that appeared to have run since the end of the AR event last week. To the east, in Idaho, I glassed a few smaller crowns (6-14 cm's) on mostly E aspects, they appear to be new snow sliding on the rain crust. To the south, in Nelson creek, I glassed a couple of N facing slopes right at 35 degrees that had released naturally. It is always difficult to gauge depths at such long distances, but these north facers looked like they had deeper crowns (14-30 cm's). I skied the north into Boulder creek mostly out of curiosity, I was thankful for sharp edges and short skis!