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Friday, April 15, 2011

Today's Pine Party at Mt. Bachelor is Canceled

Bad weather means the Pine Party is canceled.

Posted By on Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 6:18 PM

We've been somewhat vocal in encouraging the entirety of Bend's workforce to disappear an hour or two early on recent Fridays to get up to Mt. Bachelor's Pine Parties -- the mountain's 4pm-7pm ski sessions on the Pine Marten chair.

But bad news -- today's Pine Party has been canceled due to a forecast that's calling for mixed precipitation. If you don't speak meteorologicalese, "mixed precipitation" can be roughly translated to "really crappy weather."

So, I hate to say it, but looks like you're going to have to stick around work this afternoon.


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