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PROFESSIONAL OBSERVATION FORM
 Start Date: 04.24.19 Name: Lundy Operation: SAC
 Drainage/Route:  Driving from Stanley to Smiley Cr Observed Terrain:   Zone/Region:  Sawtooth Mountains
WEATHER OBSERVATIONS
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AVALANCHE OBSERVATIONS
 No. Location Date Size Type Trigger Aspect Elevation Comments
 5-7 Redfish Canyon Within past week 2 WS N SE around 9600 several shallow wet slabs in steep, solar terrain. one small pocket ran deep, bed surface appeared to be rock slab
 1 Beaver Creek Within past week 2 WS N E 9700 Hard to make out details but looks like a narrow wet slab - significant as it's a fairly high, somewhat shady slope
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BOTTOM LINE
 Comments: Just adding a few more photos to supplement Scotty's glassing obs from 4/23 & 25. Seems to be a pattern of shallow, upper elevation wet slabs releasing on solar slopes. I'd guess they're running on the early March layer or an old crust.
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190424_redfish_canyon_SE_9600.jpg
Wet slabs in redfish canyon

190424_beaver_cr_E_9700.jpg
Appears to be a wet slab on this peak (Pilgrim Peak?) at the mouth of Beaver Creek