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On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 2:07 PM, Iski Stowe <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> The Easy Over lift was closed because of the wind.  Something about that
> lift and the number of gondolas make it susceptible to tripping sensors...
>
> The wind was howling.  For the most part it was blowing down the face of
> the mountain.  Over at Spruce it was blowing up the hill.  One skibum racer
> said he had to pole to make it through the finish.   The Quad and the Gondi
> was running very slowly.  They were running so slowly it was painful.
> The skiing though depended on which trail you skied.
>
> My first afternoon run was on Chin Clip.  It was amazing.  It was easy to
> find untracked most of the way down.  Friends that skied Gondolier said it
> was a skating rink.    I then went to the Quad and skied Lift Line.  Again
> it was untracked the whole way down.  It was so good I did it again.  My
> previous run's tracks were all blown in.  While it was untracked, it wasn't
> that lite.  I was on all mountain skis but they didn't sink in very far.
> They made for fantastic turns.   Then I decided to give National a go, but
> it was terrible.  It was so bad that I bailed at the intersection and went
> back to Lift Line.  That was way that day panned out.  Some trails were
> amazing, others were terrible.   I ended up getting done in by the rides up
> the Quad.  No matter how much I warmed up skiing down, the wind on the ride
> up did me in.
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