We saw no signs of recent avalanches. We observed one old crown on the north facing slopes dropping into Owl Creek (D2/R2). The snowpack on southern aspects is thin (35cm depending on which sage brush your standing on) and seemed to be taking on a lot of heat today - we saw some roller balls as early as 10 AM. The wind was blowing per usual for the Smokys crest and there was some light active snow transport. Northern and shaded aspects have just enough snow to ski without too much concern for rocks and stumps, but we were still very heads up about hidden obstacles. We skied really fun, supportable powder at both upper and lower elevations and kept our travel to slopes under 30 degrees and our turns very tiny. Creek crossings are a bit chaotic with the low snow, but both the Big Wood River and smaller streams along Owl Creek had solid crossings.