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Wes I was there on sun,  and i must say that chin clip was the best run!!!
It wasn't closed if you got it from the chin!!

I had a great day on sun.  met up with racerbabe sue, her hubby rob, 
wendita, her bo, and a couple of other rippers.  fun group to ski with.  
Wunderski,  where were ya????

rozz




> $10.00 lift tickets
> 
> 2 minute lift lines (max)
> 
> Pounding snow, 200 foot visibility. Yes, snow. No rain. Just snow, All day.
> Hard.
> 
> Freshies in the woods.
> 
> A perfect day?
> 
> Well, not quite. Freshies in the woods meant 2"-3" smooth whipped cream on
> .5" crust on bottomless snowball-making snow. OK in the easy woods where
> you could apply a gentle touch. Disasterous in tough woods where one's own
> effort would break the crust or one's own laziness would cast one into
> another's ruts.
> 
> On groomed trails, conditions were pretty good. Best-of-day was Perry Merrill.
> 
> On ungroomed, it was more like a bad bechmel sauce, smooth cream mixed with
> big, hard lumps. This was most evident on last run of day down "Old
> National" to Liftline to "Old Midway" bailout to lower Lookout. Best was
> what little of Nosedive bypass was open on into and through Glades. Lower
> Glades were too ruttted.
> 
> Best woods? Not telling. Good enough that even Darling Debbie and the
> Doctor enjoyed them.
> 
> Worst of day? Upper Nosedive. Day two of Sugar Slalom meant 75% of the days
> traffic was scraping snow down into the glades. Worse than Shelburne Road
> at rush minute.
> 
> How much snow was there? Man-high fence which normally shields the view
> down Old National was buried.
> 
> Last I heard, Stowe was closing the gondy for the season. Criminal act.
> Irresponsible.
> 
> Rumors of rains this week. Conditions will change. Future is unpredictable.
> We wait and watch.
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> Season countdown to 50: Wesley, 44 days and counting
>                         Doctor, 22 days and counting
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