Observation Date: 12/28/2013
pit location 8500 ft east face camas peak. 40 ft south of north east shoulder. 30 degree slope.
mostly cloudy 25 degrees or so. Pretty nice.
wind gust 15 -20mph or so on summit. Minimal snow transport.
New Snow: No New Snow
Fairly deep crown could be seen on steep north facing headwall of kidney lake basin. Likely natural. Didn’t investigate. Hard to gage size from a distance. Likely 36in at deepest point, maybe 50 feet wide. Guestimate 45 degree slope.
pit location 8500 ft east face camas peak. 40 ft south of north east shoulder. 30 degree slope
ECTN 2 Q2. top 2 inches
ECTN somewhere in the twentys (memory not perfect) progressive failure over 5 or so taps. 14 inches from surface. Q3CTE top 2 inches score 1
CTM 36 inches from surface Q1 score 13. Column popped and slid with enthusiasm on very thin layer of facets.
Hmmm… Roll the dice? I kind of wish this was a blog…
Observer: Steven Geiger