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SKIVT-L April 1996

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                           Delivery Failure Report
  
                               Your document:
            NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of:...
                         could not be delivered to:
                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
                                Routing path:
                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
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                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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                         could not be delivered to:
                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
                                Routing path:
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                                  because:
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                                Routing path:
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                                  because:
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                                Routing path:
                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
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                                Routing path:
                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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                                  because:
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                                Routing path:
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                                Carol Swartz
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                                Routing path:
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                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
                                Routing path:
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Subject:
NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of:...

                           Delivery Failure Report
  
                               Your document:
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                         could not be delivered to:
                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
                                Routing path:
                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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Subject:
NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of:...

                           Delivery Failure Report
  
                               Your document:
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                         could not be delivered to:
                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
                                Routing path:
                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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Subject:
NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of:...

                           Delivery Failure Report
  
                               Your document:
            NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of:...
                         could not be delivered to:
                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
                                Routing path:
                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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Subject:
NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of:...

                           Delivery Failure Report
  
                               Your document:
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                         could not be delivered to:
                                Carol Swartz
                                  because:
     Error delivering to ALPINECSI mail\cswartz; Insufficient disk space
                                Routing path:
                     Peak,AlpineCSI,AlpineCSI,Peak,Peak
  
  
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NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: NON-DELIVERY of: *m*...

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*m* The Colorado Skier - Lost Ski Areas #21 - 4/18/96 *m*

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Following is an article I'm posting and e-mailing which was written
by a friend of mine who's hobby is ski area trivia. The main
motivation for these postings is feedback, so if there is
anything you can add or respond to please do. I'll pass along
any feedback you may have, but don't question this
information without consideration, I've seen some of his
resources.

Mark Wallace, Castle Rock, CO
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================================================================

Subject: LOST "COLORADO" SKI AREAS - EDITION 21

Greetings from THE COLORADO SKIER


Researching "lost" ski areas is the hobby of THE COLORADO SKIER. We
have reported our findings on COLORADO, the SOUTHEAST, NEW HAMPSHIRE,
and are now doing NEW MEXICO. Is your state next?

For more info on skiing and ski areas, check out our separately posted
companion articles entitled: "THE COLORADO SKIER - TRIVIA", "THE
COLORADO SKIER - SKI NEWS", and "THE TCS LISTS".


          LOST "COLORADO" SKI AREAS - EDITION #21 (4-18-96)


EDITOR'S REMARKS:

    A. Right up front we want to thank some folks for sending us ski
    area trail maps/brochures. SCOTT (GA) sent brochures for
    CLOUDMONT, AL and SKY VALLEY, GA. JOHN (IL) sent some from
    British Columbia and our first from Ontario (SEARCHMONT). Also
    RALPH (NH) sent one from GUNSTOCK (NH). Thanks, guys.

    B. After 70+ issues of this newsletter, we are still never quite
    sure what you folks will find interesting. There were actually
    two comments on the SKIING GNOME! And, the most popular trivia
    question was the one about STANDARD OIL! More later.

    C. In this issue we will finish up Lost NEW MEXICO and present
    Lost ARIZONA. And, at long last, Lost VERMONT gets started.
    Yeah!

    D. Some of the data in this post was obtained from "THE WHITE
    BOOK OF SKI AREAS", which is copyrighted by Inter-Ski Services,
    Inc.



1A. THE LOST SKI AREAS OF NEW MEXICO

  Here is the info on the 11 New Mexico ski areas we listed last time.

   {Copyright 1996, THE COLORADO SKIER. all rights reserved.}


   POWDER PUFF (Red River), [name change], A small area located
   one mile west of RED RIVER. Operated from at least 1965 to 1979.
   Acquired by the RED RIVER ski area in 1980 and the name was changed
   to WOODLANDS SKI BASIN (which see).
     Vertical Drop: 100 ft Top: 8700 Base: 8600
     Lifts: 2 double chairlifts, 3 rope tows

   RATON PASS (Raton Pass), [very obscure], There is a double
   chairlift at the top of Raton Pass (visible from I-25) but it
   faces southwest and probably was used for sightseeing. There is
   no evidence of ski runs. The building at the base looks like it
   just sold tickets.

   RATON SKI BASIN (Raton), [name change], Located 10 miles
   northeast of Raton, in Sugarite Canyon. Called "RATON BASIN at
   SUGARITE" in 1979. Changed name to SUGARITE in 1980. Opened
   before 1964.
      Vertical Drop: 825ft Top: 8800 Base: 8000
      Lifts: double chair, Poma night skiing (some years)
   
   RIO COSTILLA (Costilla), [name change], Opened in 1982.
   Changed name to SKI RIO (still open), in 1986.
      Vertical Drop: 900ft Top: 10,400 Base: 9500
      Lifts: 2 triple chairlifts, 2 rope tows

   RUIDOSO (Ruidoso), [name change], New name for CEDAR CREEK in
   the late 70's. Located 7 miles NW of Ruidoso. Changed name to
   EAGLE CREEK in 1980. The latter closed in 1984.
      Vertical Drop: 500ft Top: 7900 Base: 7400
      Lifts: T-bar, 2 rope tows, 75% snowmaking

   SIERRA BLANCA (Ruidoso), [name change], Opened in 1962.
   Changed name to SKI APACHE (still open) in 1985 or 86.

   SINGING RIVER RANCH (Questa), [obscure], Located 4 miles
   northeast of Questa on Hiway 38 (or Hiway 563?). Operated in the
   late 60's, early 70's. Eventually the ranch settled on just
   snowplay and snowmobiles.
      Vertical Drop: 800ft Base: 8000 night skiing
      Lifts: 2 rope tows

   SUGARITE (Raton), [closed], New name (in 1980) for RATON SKI
   BASIN which is located in "Sugarite Canyon". Note that the area is
   located on the NM/CO border and is sometimes listed as a Colorado
   area. Closed about 1991 and the lifts were removed.
      Vertical Drop: 825ft Top: 8800 Base: 8000
      Lifts: doublechair, Poma snowmaking 60%

   TREE SPRING (Albuquerque), [obscure], Located in the Sandia
   Mountains at or near the current SANDIA PEAK ski area. First home
   of the Albuquerque Ski Club ski area in 1937. The club later built
   LA MADERA which became SANDIA PEAK.

   VAL VERDE (Eagle Nest), [closed], Located 8 miles south of
   Eagle Nest and west off US 64, near the town of Agua Fria.
   Operated from 1970 to 1983.
     Vertical Drop: 350 ft Top: 8650 Base: 8300
     Lifts: 1 Poma, 1 rope tow

   WOODLANDS SKI BASIN (Red River), [name change], New name for
   POWDER PUFF (which see) after it was acquired by the RED RIVER ski
   area in 1980. Closed in 1983. Lifts were still standing in 1994.
      Vertical Drop: 100ft Top: 8700 Base: 8600
      Lifts: 2 chairlifts, 3 rope tows


1B. Who remembers these Lost ARIZONA Ski Areas?

       Amberian Point Resort Apache Sunrise
       Big Cienega Bill Williams
       Fairfield Snow Bowl Greer
       Sunrise Park Williams Ski Run


1C. Who remembers these Lost VERMONT Ski Areas?

       Apple Hill Birdseye Mountain
       Black Mountain Brattleboro Outing Club
       Brownell Mountain Burnt Hill
       Burrington Hill Carinthia
       Chamberlin Birch Chester



2. LOST SKI AREAS FOLLOW-UP

2A. LOST NEW MEXICO FOLLOW-UP

a. MATT (El Paso) commented on the entire list of 11 lost areas. He
knew them all except RATON PASS and VAL VERDE. Well, he now knows
that "Raton Pass" is a ringer and not a real ski area. VAL VERDE is
important, tho, as it is one of the few actually closed areas in New
Mexico, along with SUGARITE, and EAGLE CREEK.

b. GEORGE - CO (previously from Los Alamos) commented on our listing
of: `LOS ALAMOS-2 (Los Alamos), [very obscure], Built by the CCC in
1936 "west of the Los Alamos Boys School at 9300 feet".' He believes
that his parents skied there (1 or 2 rope tows) and he tubed there.
The name was SAWYER'S HILL. Neat, another lost area. We need to hear
from STEVE T, also from Los Alamos (hint, hint).

c. SIPAPU was once called AGUA PIEDRA, according to some old hiway
maps. Now we also have found the former name in a 1949 guide book.


2B. LOST COLORADO FOLLOW-UP

It's been a while since we've talked Colorado. We just stumbled onto
a treasure trove of National Forest maps from the 40's and 50's.

APEX (obscure) appears on a 1950 map. It was located in the town of
  Apex (now a ghost town), north of Central City.

HIDDEN VALLEY (Estes Park) appears on a 1950 map even though most
  guide books say it didn't open until 1953.

ROCK CREEK (Allenspark) had 5000 skier days in 1950/51. (!)

FUN VALLEY? Most of you Denverese (Denverans?, Denvernians,
  Denveronians?) remember the Fun Valley area from the 60's. It was
  located south of Tinytown at the northeast corner of the elbow where
  the hiway heads east thru Deer Canyon. A 1950 map shows "ski area"
  (no name) at that location and across the road to the west, the
  "HOMEWOOD" ski area. The latter area is still obscure.

NEDERLAND - This name appears on some older maps near the current
  location of ELDORA. We thought it might be an early name for
  Eldora. However, on a 1950 map it is clearly located on the Caribou
  road west of Nederland rather than the further south Eldora road.
  On a 1949 map it says "Old Cardinal ski tow" at the ghost town of
  Cardinal on the Caribou road. The thick plottens.

SNEAKY TRIVIA: Does anyone remember which rock band used to rehearse
  and record at the "Caribou Ranch"?


2C. MORE LOST SKI AREAS FOLLOW-UP

a. We in COLORADO received a comment from NEW ZEALAND about a lost
ski area in CANADA (!). JUSTIN (NZ) has a friend in Prince Rupert, BC
who reports that the RAINBOW LAKE ski area is no longer operating.
Please ask your friend if the "Mt Hays" gondola is still operating for
tourists, Justin. Justin also reports that the ski areas in NZ are
all above timberline.

b. Taking our challenge to find PRINCE RUPERT, BC on a map, Rick (CO)
made an interesting find. East and south of Prince Rupert is the town
of KITIMAT which has an "Alcan Smelter" and a ski area. 40 miles
south of there is the town of KEMANO which has a "Aluminum Co. Power
House" and a ski area. At first we thought that "Kemano" was really
the "Kitimat" ski area with a misplaced ski symbol. However we found
BOTH ski areas on the same map, in our case a 1989 Rand McNally.

What makes this all very interesting is that Kemano has no highway
access! A small road just leads to the "Gardner Canal". So now we
have another lost ski area but you can't hardly get there nohow. We
will call it "KEMANO" but it is probably really the "Alcan Aluminium
(sic) Outing Club" or some such. More fun.

c. Last time we asked MATT (MI) to check out some questionable "Lost
Michigan" ski areas. He did and unfortunately they are mostly open.
We say "unfortunately" because we now have to delete them from our
lost lists. Michigan had risen to fifth among all states, at 87 Lost
Ski areas.

Matt wondered where we came up with a Michigan ski area called "SKI
WORLD". Here goes: In the far southwestern corner of the lower
peninsula, near the town of Buchanan, there was a ski area called
"ROYAL VALLEY". In 1986 they changed their name to SKI WORLD before
(possibly) closing a few years later. (Still shown on a 1995 map)
Vertical Drop: 210 ft Lifts: 2 quads, 1 double, 2 T-bars

d. In a desperate attempt to move the centroid of lost ski area
interest back to the East coast, two folks sent short lists of lost
ski areas in NY and VT. We already had them all in our data base (of
course!) but, interestingly, in each case (i.e., NY & VT) there was
one pair of ski areas separated by a slash. This implied to us that
there was a name change involved. We checked, there was, and we did
NOT previously have that info. So we thank you.

RESEARCH LESSON: Recognizing that a ski area name change has occurred
is one of our most difficult tasks, particularly in states we aren't
really familiar with. Oh sure, if we note that TWO areas are located
in "Cowpatch", we take a second look. But if one is listed as in
"East Cowpatch", it will slip right by us. So, if you know of some
little ski area with more than one name, please let is know. Skip the
big ones, like Madonna and Glen Ellen.

Right now we are struggling with the multiplicity of ski area names in
NY towns like: Roxbury, Monticello, Lake Placid, Beacon, Remsen, and
Saranac Lake. Any known name changes there would be appreciated.

e. Loyal reader BILL (CA), uses GRANLIBAKKEN (CA) for every third
trivia answer. It's still open, Bill. However, at 280 ft of vertical
and one Poma and rope, who knows why.



3. TRIVIA QUESTIONS FOLLOW UP

a. There were 8 formal trivia questions in Trivia 20. Of the 18
folks who answered at least one question, surprisingly, 13 of you took
a stab at the STANDARD OIL question. In a "penny wise, pound foolish"
effort to save space we deleted a line which said: "Your answer
should include the OLD name and the NEW name, e.g., `Standard Oil of
Iowa is now Hawkeye Oil.'" Only three of you answered that way.
Counting old and new names there are 10 potential answers. No one got
all 10. In fact, so many people missed "Ohio" that we will have to
trot (or perhaps canter) back to the library and double check our
answer. We will provide a complete description of the old and new
names in the next TCS trivia issue.

Someone asked if "Texas Petroleum" is now Texaco. NO, we made up the
name to do the "Texas Pee" joke [you DID know it was a joke, didn't
you? :-) ]. We did check, tho, and found 10 company names starting
with "Texas" and followed by: "oil", "gas", "pipe", or "pipeline".
But, no Texas Petroleum.

Meanwhile, no one even guessed at the "Closed Theme Park in the
Southeast". (Hint: It was in FLORIDA and changed names/theme.)


b. Ski areas with 3 or more names: Most of you guessed answers in
categories II and III of these three categories: Cat I - OPEN areas
with 3 distinct names; Cat II - CLOSED areas with 3 distinct names;
Cat III - Open or closed areas with name VARIATIONS (e.g., Arapahoe,
Arapahoe Basin, A-Basin). No CAT I answers?


c. MARC (NY) guessed all but one of the Eastern gondolas and then
asked "How did I do"? You dood good. Hint: The one you missed is
not in New England or New York.

d. Once, we asked how many CLOSED ski areas y'all have skied. The
(temp) winner had skied six. Someone remarked that JOSHUA would win
this contest. Joshua finally answered. Would you believe that Joshua
has skied at 55 (55) CLOSED ski areas? Talk about your jinx!

e. CORRECTION - We woke up in the middle of the night in a cold
sweat, remembering a possible mistake in our list of the ski areas
with the most vertical drop. What we remembered was that SNOWMASS
added a new (lower) base area and as we said in the Fall, added
another 100 feet to their vertical. That puts SNOWMASS at 3721 ft,
which moves them ahead of ASPEN HIGHLANDS into third place, still well
behind BIG SKY and JACKSON HOLE.

f. More moldy oldies - Add BLACK MTN, NH and BOUSQUET, MA to the list
of ski areas opening before 1940.



4. SKI NEWS

a. Loyal reader SISSY (NH) says that there is a sign in front of
MAGIC MOUNTAIN, VT saying "Opening Dec 96". Is it really true?

b. TELLURIDE has received preliminary Forest Service permission to
expand to the south, eventually doubling their terrain, adding several
new lifts, and climbing to the highest lift-served elevation in the
U.S. The city and county are behind the plan so it may work.

c. STEAMBOAT has received preliminary approval to add another 1000
acres, 15 to 20 runs, and two new lifts.

d. VAIL recap - New base lodge and HS Quad at Golden Peak. New 12
passenger gondola at Lionshead. New HS Quad and trails to connect
ARROWHEAD with BEAVER CREEK. Last year the $28 Mill makeover at
SUGARBUSH attracted attention. VAIL will spend $50 Mill.

d. SUGARBUSH - "Slidebrook" is a 2 mile long chairlift connecting
SUGARBUSH and SUGARBUSH NORTH. It is fairly flat and serves no ski
runs. TOM says what happens if the chair has to be evacuated? It is
flat, so how will the patroller ride that little bicycle thingee
"down" to assist with rescues? And since there are no ski trails, how
will the rescued skiers ski out? Even if there is a primitive access
road, it is FLAT. And since it is a HS Quad and carries skiers in
both directions, there could be lots of stranded folks. Don't be one
of them!

e. WHOOPS! MYSTIC MOUNTAIN, the new ski area at Nemacolin Woodlands
is actually in southWEST PA, not southEAST. Sorry about that.

f. ARROWHEAD (CO) closed a few days early this season when lift
operators noticed that one of the poles on their only chairlift was
leaning at an odd angle. Nothing broke or bent; they concluded that
the ground had settled. The pole is embedded in a giant hunk of
concrete. We have observed that no one ever digs up the concrete from
abandoned lifts. It is just too much work. So either Arrowhead
(owned by Vail) will have to remove the concrete and start over or
install a new tower base above or below the old one.

g. More YIN and YAN. After we described the accident with the YAN
detachable Quad at WHISTLER, we mentioned that all the YAN quads in VT
were grounded for an "unrelated" inspection. Loyal reader BILL (CA)
reports that while he was in UTAH, all the YAN quads there were
temporarily closed for inspection. Hmmmm.

h. Meanwhile, in CO, after the RIBLET lift tower collapse at
SNOWMASS, the Colorado Tramway Safety Board ordered the inspection of
all Riblet chairlift towers in the state. The inspection required
removal of snow as the suspected problem was at the connection between
the tower and the base flange. No problems were found.

BTW, earlier in the year it was announced that the position of Chief
Inspector for the Tramway Safety Board was vacant. Wonder if that
position was filled.

i. The only Colorado ski areas which don't allow snowboards are ASPEN
MTN and KEYSTONE. They are both reviewing that policy. So far, ASPEN
has made the decision to continue the ban for one more season. Rumors
have KEYSTONE allowing boards on an experimental basis this spring.



5. BUILDER'S EMPORIUM

a. KATHY D (from Doppelmayr) reports that CTEC and Garaventa DO have
a relationship but she's not sure if it's financial or just
cooperative. CTEC stand for "Cable Tramway Engineering Company" or
something close. What country is CTEC from, Kathy D?

Another question for Kathy D. While we were updating our files to add
the BIG SKY tram, we noticed that it was the first Doppelmayr TRAM in
our records for the U.S. and Canada. Is that accurate? Do you have
any trams in Europe? [Note: "Kathy D" is not to be confused with
"Mickey D's", the folks who bring you Mad Cow burgers.]


b. Last time we indicated that we are of the EE persuasion and
several of you indicated likewise. Not everyone is, tho. Two ME's
wrote to discuss the chairlift tower failure at SNOWMASS and had about
the same thing to say. We had suggested that when designing a lift
tower, you just estimate the maximum load, double it, and design from
there. The ME's say that that would be fine if "static" load was the
only consideration. But in case of a lift tower there are "dynamic"
vibration loads causing continual stress bending due to uneven loads
from occupied and unoccupied chairs and, of course, wind. They both
used the term "metal fatigue".

They wonder how much was known about those forces 25 years ago. Well,
we will find out as there are hundreds of Riblet chairlifts. However,
many ski areas, like VAIL, replace their chairlifts after about 20 to
25 years so maybe that is within a safe time frame.

[Note: Someone might argue that chairlift towers have been around for
60 years and that is enough time to figure out the correct design.
However, the original towers were the "lattice", "erector set" type.
The single "tube" design came along later, about the time that VAIL
opened in 1962. Not a very old design concept.]


c. TRAM TIME - The 40 passenger tram at Stone Mountain, GA is being
replaced by a brand new 80 passenger version, hopefully in time for
the tourist season and the Summer Olympics in nearby Atlanta. Loyal
reader SCOTT (GA) made his monthly visit and reports that the "load"
cable is installed and one tram car is now hanging in the lower
terminal. The other car is still in the parking lot. The "haul"
cable is strung but not taut.

d. TRAM TIME II (& III) - We read a news item indicating that there
will be a double decker 180 passenger tram (!!) at Ischgls, Austria.

e. TRAM TIME IV - Two folks say they have ridden the "Hell's Gate
Airtram" over the Fraser River in BC. One says it was scary; the
other says not worth it. One guide book said "consider the hype and
look it over before paying". We'd ride any tram.



6. ASK TCS (Snavely explains it all to you)

  (One of the things we really like about doing the newsletter is
  the chance to answer questions, whether we know the answer or
  have to do research. Here are two questions, with answers.)

a. JOHN (VT) asks which came first, WINTER PARK or MARY JANE, and
were they ever separate areas? Answer: Winter Park is one of the
oldest ski areas in CO, having opened in 1940. Winter Park expanded
into the Mary Jane terrain in 1975. The areas were never separate.


b. ROBERT (U.S. Army - Bosnia) asked about some old lifts at A-BASIN.
Currently there are 5 lifts: 4 double chairs and one triple. Four of
the lifts were built in 1978 after KEYSTONE acquired A-BASIN (the 3
year old "Lenawee" chair was not replaced). The "Palivacinni" chair
was brand new, replacing a Poma which went up to the bottom of the Gun
Barrel (now North Glade) run. The "Molly Hogan" baby double replaced
another double which had previously replaced a bunny Poma. The
"Exhibition" triple replaced two doubles and a Poma which had run to
mid-way. Up until 1965, one of those doubles was a single. Those 3
lifts shared a corridor thru the trees. The new triple angles
slightly to the left thru the trees, thus making the old lift tower
bases (visible at low snow) appear to angle to the right.

The "Norway" chair has always been where it is. The "Lenawee" chair
was built in 1975. From 1965 to 1975 there was a Poma in Lenawee Park
(now called Halfmoon Glades). It started to the right of the current
chair base and angled further east ending up east of the current
chair, below the rocks and East Wall entrance. (What year is your
topo map?) Lastly, up to 1971 there was a Poma running from just
below the Norway chair base up to the right to the ridge where the
"Pali" chair tops out. From the Poma you could ski back down into
Norway Bowl or down the front side. Is that enough detail?

[Note: We can provide this kind of detail on several Colorado ski
areas. For example, there used to be a short "Mach 1" double chair at
Breckenridge. You can see the line thru the trees to the right of
Mach 1, looking up. Anyone have any questions?]



7. POTPOURRI

a. About the skiing gnome figure with the downhill ski and shoulder
ahead. BILL (CA) thinks that maybe gnomes are double-jointed. Do you
have inside or personal info? JONATHAN (ONT) suggested that maybe he
was telemarking. Nope. This was definitely an (alpine) parallel
traverse into a stem turn. We say stem instead of stem christie
because his hands were back. A more advanced skier would have his
hands out front.

b. DIA forgot to get their phone number listed in the Denver phone
book. There is a "DIA" listed, tho. If you call you get a guy who
runs a model airplane facility which he cleverly calls DIA.

c. We forgot to answer the question: "Which popular movie western
was filmed in Ridgway, CO?" Answer: TRUE GRIT, starring John Wayne.
We passed thru Ridgway during filming. In the town park was a
gallows, and a rock wall, made of plastic. The railway station was
real but up on rollers, just moved in for one shot. Wonder what they
used for a train - there are no tracks. Across from the park was a
giant wooden courthouse which housed the courtroom from the movie and
the basement office of Marshall Rooster Cogburn. We returned a year
later and were frankly very startled to note that the courthouse was
GONE! Apparently just a hollow shell. Movie magic.



8. THE EXQUISITE TCS SPRING COLLECTION

Several of you have been kind enough to send trail maps for our
collection. A review of your "snail-mail address requests" and "notes
accompanying care packages" indicates that you are really not much
interested in trading maps, and don't care much about the promised
postage money. Mostly you just want to contribute to the collection.
We appreciate that. We figured maybe we should characterize the
collection so that you won't think we just throw this stuff in a
bottom drawer. So:

The maps ("maps" means ski area brochures OR trail maps) are carefully
filed in file folders currently filling 2.5 drawers of a file cabinet.
The granularity of the file folders is either region (e.g., Midwest),
state (e.g., Wyoming), or individual ski areas (e.g., Vail) depending
on the applicable volume.

At the last inventory update, there were (U.S.) 1144 maps for 235 ski
areas in 32 states. For Canada there are 48 maps for 27 areas in 3
provinces. We also have a sprinkling of brochures for other
countries. In addition we have about 120 regional (mostly state)
guides, listing multiple ski areas.

Most unusual: We started collecting in 1964, but our oldest brochure
is 1957, from MT BALDY, CA. One favorite is "SKI SAFARI BASIN" which
ran a snow cat on Mt Shasta in 1967. On the brochure it said: "NO
Six-Mile Aerial Tramway, NO chairlift, NO T-bar, NO lift lines, NO
Lifts! (not even a Super-Deluxe Chrome-Plated Garbleblogett!)

Other favorites include older maps for Colorado areas showing, for
example: Breckenridge with just Peak 8 and 2 chairlifts, Winter Park
with no Mary Jane or Vasquez Ridge; and Vail with no Lionshead or
China Bowl.

For COPPER MTN, CO we have a map or brochure for every one of the 24
years they have been open. Getting close on Keystone. Actually we
have the most maps for TAOS, 29. Still missing one for the 85/86
season. Can anyone help?

[Note: We count "one" for each map or brochure, by year, and don't
count duplicates. For example if we had, for Aspen Mtn: 1976 -
brochure, 77 - 3 maps, 78 - map and brochure; the total count would
be 3, one for each of three years.]

There are maps for 30 closed areas and an uncounted (so far) number
for areas which have changed names or merged. Any questions?

We would love to see more contributions to the collection. Just ask
MARK for our address. We treat every care package receipt like a
birthday celebration!



9. FROM THE MAILBAG

a. ROBERT (city?) asked if the 4,000 ft T-bar at STOWE is the longest
T-bar and if it still exists. No, it went bye-bye around 1986. The
old T-bar at SKI COOPER, CO was over 6,500 ft long. The longest T-bar
we are aware of currently is at KIMBERLY, BC at about 5,900 ft.

b. The only regular reader we have in FLORIDA is a Mr. CARR. The
self-confessed trekker who wrote in about "Teri Garr on Star Trek" is
also from Florida and also named CARR. Coincidence? We wonder. Do
you live in Tallahassee, Ms Carr?

c. BEN (WA), with a blown knee, wondered how many other readers
besides himself and JIM (MD), had blown knees. JUDITH (MD) admits to
an ACL replacement and skis (the bumps) with a knee brace. TIM (CA)
did a face plant into a rock at LOVELAND and after a sled and
ambulance ride ended up at Lutheran Medical Center in Wheatridge. He
says the food is good and so is the E-Mail service.

d. BRUCE (MA) [personal message] - We haven't heard from you
previously since Nov. You should receive a msg back from MARK if we
receive your E-Mail.

e. TIM, who grew up in Rochester, MN, took exception to our crack
about MN not having any Mexican restaurants. There are several, he
says, including Chi-Chi's, El Torito, Taco Johns, and Taco Bell. Like
we said ........

f. "Quick and Dirty" was supposed to be a way to get personal
messages to indvidual readers. But everyone is a busybody. "BMEWS"
received several comments. BILL H (NJ), noting our reference to a jug
handle in central Jersey, wondered if we worked on AEGIS at RCA,
Moorestown. We replied no, we worked on BMEWS (actually at RCA
Service Co in Riverton). We also spent two years at the Clear, AK
BMEWS site and travelled to Thule, Greenland a few times. (This all
happened before most of you were born.)

g. JOHN (CO) points out that ALL 4-WD vehicles have a differential on
the front axle. However, part-time 4-WD's usually don't have a
differential between the front and rear axles. Can that still cause a
skid on ice?



10. SHOW BIZ IS OUR LIFE

a. THE TCS JINX - Would you like to see a TV show canceled? Let us
know, we will start watching it. If we do, it will be toast. Each TV
season we pick a one hour drama or comedy drama to watch. Our track
record has not been good. Two years ago we watched "Brisco County,
Jr". It was canceled after one season. Last year we watched
"Extreme" and "VR.5". They each lasted about six weeks. This year we
picked "Charlie Grace", a PI show starring Mark Harmon. It lasted
about six weeks. Our favorite scene: Charlie is involved with an
actress who is following him around learning to be a PI for a TV show.
For plot reasons, the bad guys are chasing the actress so Charlie
takes her to his house for safekeeping. They start kissing and
necking and the following dialog ensues - She: "Are we safe here?"
He: "Well, I have my gun." She: "Continuing the metaphor, I was
thinking more of a holster." He: "Oh ---- OH!"

We are only talking one hour Drama shows here. Even really BAD
Sitcoms last forever. How else can you explain "Full House"! But, if
you must know, our comedy pick this year was the "Bonnie Hunt Show".
(Placed on hiatus after six weeks!)

b. A man named C.V. Wood was the Big Kahuna for Disney during the
building and first few years of DISNEYLAND operation. He left Disney
and became a "theme park consultant" billing himself as "The Master
Planner of Disneyland" until Disney sued. Wood's first theme park was
PLEASURE ISLAND in Wakefield, MA near Boston. It opened in 1959 and
is now closed. His second theme park was FREEDOMLAND, in NYC. It
opened in 1960 and lasted five seasons. Mr. Wood was very good at
building theme parks that lacked one item - the Disney magic.

c. Name the following movie: A John Wayne western, directed by
Howard Hawks, and filmed at Old Tucson. Wayne comes to the rescue of
his friend, a drunken town marshall, played by a very famous actor. A
colorful character actor plays the old deputy. This trio is joined by
a young rising star whose character name is a state name. There is
also a love interest (female) for Wayne. Much of the movie takes
place in the marshall's office/jail. NAME THAT MOVIE.

d. Two movies currently being filmed in Colorado: "Going West in
America", with Danny Glover, filmed scenes in Leadville, Minturn, Red
Cliff, and a car teetering over a precipice on Battle Mountain (US
24). Also, "The Shining" a TV miniseries being filmed at the "Stanley
Hotel" in Estes Park. The hotel is where Stephen King got the idea
for the story but it was not used in the movie version. INSTANT
TRIVIA: The Stanley Hotel was named after the Stanley Bros. who
invented the Stanley Steamer steam-powered automobile.



11. EPILOG

    a. Please provide your CITY NAME (and YOUR first and last name)
    in your first E-Mail to TCS. It's just for our records.

    b. If you would like to be ADDED to the TCS (direct E-Mail)
    mailing list, notify MARK at: "[log in to unmask]"

    c. Past TCS Newsletters are available on the WWW. The URL is:
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    d. Due next: "TCS TRIVIA - 21" (about 15 May)


 Cheers from THE COLORADO SKIER (member, I.S.H.A, ACE, BSA)


   "A recent poll indicates that if the presidential election were
   held tomorrow, no one would vote because they all think the
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