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Photos: Fresh snow porn from Copper Mountain's four-inch day

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Oh, Colorado -- you trickster! Just when we started sneaking some summer wear into our freakishly good-weathered January days, you pulled the plug and reminded us what those jackets are for. But at least you also gave the mountains some fresh powder. Over the past 24 hours, Copper Mountain raked in four inches of white, and to celebrate the resort's official snow day, employees shared these smiley snow porn scenes with us. Keep reading for more photos of what winter in Colorado is supposed to look like.

See also: - Ruby Hill Rail Yard back in action as a winter playground, lack of winter notwithstanding - Level 1 Productions' Sunny wins Movie of the Year at 2013 Powder Awards - Colorado ski-porn purveyors nominated for 18 Powder Awards

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