Toured out of Dutchmen Sno park around 1500 april 8th 2015... my van said it was 39 degrees in the lot so hopes of riding the bowl were low but I figured I'd at least get some exersize and see how the snow was holding up for future objectives this weekend... what I saw was what I expected hot n heavy cascade concrete. Got to the top and instantly noticed the slide that broke off into the East bowl on the south end of the ridgeline (right by the non motorized only signs). I didnt see the slide go down and was waiting to see if anyone had a more detailed report from the slide. I didnt gather any detailed data from the crown as I was touring alone and didnt want to expose myself to any unnessesary risk. From the tracks I saw it appeared that two sledders droped into the bowl, looped around at the bottom and then high marked back up to the ridge. Like I said I didnt see the slide go down but figured I would post this to remind people even though Tumalo bowl is a familiar backcountry ski spot, it is textbook avalanche terrain (esspesialy with these classic spring storms; 3 days of dry snow followed by rapid warming). Dont let the scarcity of pow days sway your judgement, avalanches dont care that pow days are far and few between this season.