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Wesley Alan Wright <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 5 May 2000 23:54:15 -0400
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We started our climb at roughly 2:55 PM

We were near the top of Nosedive at about 4:20

We were milling around the summit near 5 PM. Saw the WCAX guys who
read the snow at the stake on their way up.

We were back at the car at around 6 pm

We didn't see John Dostal

We did see one snowboarder, 4 alpine skiers, and one guy on a plastic
bag, all on their way down. Another snowboarder and a skier somewhere
just behind us.

We had the most fun of any of them.

Now available at:

a. Streaming QuickTime 4fps 178x144 (plays at 320x240) H263/QDesign
Music 22KHz mono

b. QuickTime FastStart 10fps 320x240 Sorenson (plays at 640x480)
Video/QDesign Music 22KHz Stereo 18MB Download for high speed

c. RealNetworks SureStream 240x180 (plays at 320x240)

I recommend choice b for those who can: it gives the best sense of
skiing the trees with Wesley. It's cut a little short right now -- my
ISP connection failed about 88% into the download -- but it will be
"full strength" on Monday when reattached to my sorely missed at home
100Mbit ethernet.

All movies produced on the SkiVt-L dining room table using an
ILOVEYOU immune Powerbook G3. Immune or not, I do love you, skivt-l.

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