Archive for November, 2011

Video: November Bliss
November 27th, 2011 | By:  Allen | 12 Comments

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November in the PNW has shaped up very well. We have gone from skiing a few inches of fresh on the glaciers to skiing deep pow in all of our favorite spots. Going into december, even with a warm up we have a full blown base, let another great season ... ...Read more

White Friday
November 25th, 2011 | By:  Greg | Comment

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It's that time again! That's right, today is WHITE FRIDAY, that day when you get up early, get to the mountain, earn your turns, burn some turkey, and get the coolest deals on powder snow before the impending warmer weather takes it back! That's just what K_C did this morning ... ...Read more

What More Could You Ask For?
November 24th, 2011 | By:  FemaleSkiBum | 13 Comments

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Editor's Note: Please welcome the FemaleSkiBum as she begins guest posting on FIS! We are excited to get her perspective, and welcome her to the world of FamousInternetSkiing! Look for more from her as she adventures around Killington and beyond! there are places in Vermontand I swear they existWhere there's no ... ...Read more

The Schussin’ Turkeys
November 23rd, 2011 | By:  Greg | 1 Comment

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"Gobble gobble," said Barney, AKA the Surfin' Turkey, AKA Christian. "After some won oh sk8, pow is great!" Being the Skiin' Turkey myself (the second half of the Schussin' Turkeys) I couldn't have agreed more with Christian; pow IS great. Since our last day is tomorrow (being Schussin' Turkeys, and all), ... ...Read more

The 10sk8 B4 The Storm
November 22nd, 2011 | By:  Greg | 8 Comments

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"Is it ever gonna snow?" asked Christian as he picked a winner. Well, Christian... it's supposed to finally snow up here. However, since won oh sk8 has been closed for about a week now, and it looks like it'll be SNOW-COVERED (thanks for the pointer IACS!) for a few months to ... ...Read more

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