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Cough, cough.......

What I don't understand is how Vermont has an economy at times like this.
Who can remain chained at work on a power day (20-22"). I don't think I
could do it. I lack the will power. The snow would start flying and I would
be putting the equipment into the truck. There aren't enough sick or
vacation days to cover it. I think that I need to be 3-4 hours away.

Now that I think about it has the list gotten even 1 post today from someone
in northern Vermont?
Steve Kijak

                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Greg Beers [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
                Sent:   Tuesday, February 01, 2000 1:53 PM
                To:     [log in to unmask]
                Subject:        Re: [SKIVT-L] Doh!!

                Without "the man", there be no money to buy the stuff to ski
"conditions
                that continue to be at season's best!". I anticipate feeling
sick this
                Friday.



                Please respond to Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports
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                cc:    (bcc: Greg Beers/SDD/NAM/APCC)
                From: Michael Bernstein <[log in to unmask]> on
02/01/2000 01:42
                      PM
                Subject:  [SKIVT-L] Doh!!




                I am sickened by my continued obedience to "the man".....

                The following is reprinted from the Jay website completely
w/o permission:


                HEAVY SNOW CONTIUES!

                                                  Heavy snow since 3 AM
Monday morning has
                left
                upwards of
                                                  20-22"+ of new snow on the
mountain and
                it is
                still snowing
                                                  heavily. Forecasters are
calling for an
                additional 6-10" expected
                                                  by Wednesday night.

                                                  Skiers & riders will find
powder and
                machine
                groomed packed
                                                  powder as the primary ski
and ride
                surface on
                Tuesday. We
                                                  expect to have all 7 lifts
in operation
                servicing 64 glades and trails.

                                                  Conditions continue to be
at season's
                best!

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