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    I was reading tonight's WCI newsletter where Jim mentions the 150+ inches of snow in his area and Jim "spending his share of time trying to drown in powder." This eerily reminded me that I learned this week about tree wells. As a non-avid skier, the idea of being near something I can't see that has a 90% chance of trapping me (likely upside down) is very unnerving and makes me never want to back-country ski!

     

    Tree Well Rescue Video

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    Yea, tree wells are issues for sure. Remember, of course, that tree wells are heavily advertised by the tree growing out of the middle of them. The well is formed because the snow is above on the branches.
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      I was reading tonight’s WCI newsletter where Jim mentions the 150+ inches of snow in his area and Jim “spending his share of time trying to drown in powder.” This eerily reminded me that I learned this week about tree wells. As a non-avid skier, the idea of being near something I can’t see that has a 90% chance of trapping me (likely upside down) is very unnerving and makes me never want to back-country ski!

       

      Tree Well Rescue Video
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      LOL, the word "wells" in your title led me to believe you were inquiring about some exotic new doctor investment scheme. I had to find out what was going on. Nice click bait!
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        Wow to the video

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          I would love to have some tree well problems in New England. Sadly, my biggest worry is making sure that my edges are sharp enough to bite into the boiler plate ice.

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