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Video is needed.   Did you set another slalom course?  
How far up did you have to hike for that patch?
You are far more dedicated than I.


On Thu, 28 May 2015 11:51:37 -0400, Dana Dorsett <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>As the days grow warmer and longer it's easy to give in to the "gotta get skied NOW, even if it costs me my job" urge, to play hooky at the Rockpile or something. But for the time being there remains a drive-by alternative:
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>The Patch!
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>At everybody's destination dream resort, Mount Wachusett, just above the lower fire road cut on Look Ma is a chunk of dirty off-white lanquishing by the trail edge.  The Patch may be only 25' long and 20' wide, but with 99cm Salomon Snowblades it's possible to get in a dozen hop turns (if you ski like Shefftz), or a six-pack or better of smeary quick turn to hard edge set (think Jean-Claude Killy slalom 1968), or 4 round-ish carve-y turns.
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>Sorry, no video of today's misadventure, but it's way better than it was on 31 May 2013 ( https://vimeo.com/67754641 ) or last year this time ( https://vimeo.com/98148985 ).
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>Prospects for a June silly-skiing season at WaWa are still looking pretty good! (relatively speaking...)
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>dana
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