Archive for March, 2014

Happy Effin Spring.
March 28th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 2 Comments

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Spring. A season of renewal. The birds start to chirp. The sun stays out a little longer. The sap starts to run. The pow starts to fly. Oh, you thought spring meant warm weather, jorts and "halter-top" day? Move back to NYC/Boston/Jerz you flatlander. (yes, I'm speaking to myself right ... ...Read more

A Hole
March 23rd, 2014 | By:  Greg | 7 Comments

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Two years ago while we were wandering around one summer day, we found a hole in the backbush. We were pretty sure it was the shortcut in the Stowe Derby we missed 4 years ago. Yesterday we finally got the courage up to go through the hole. With schuss gear. And some ... ...Read more

After Careful Consideration…
March 17th, 2014 | By:  Greg | 5 Comments

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Dear Vulcan, After careful consideration, we regret to inform you that your application of snow for "VTah" status was denied. While your resume was reasonably deep, and your stats were impressive, and while your performance was admirable, we are an organization that attempts to avoid being a noisy authority rushing to superlative degrees of ... ...Read more

March of the Storms
March 11th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 5 Comments

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On Sunday I wrote about energy ejecting out of the south that had the potential to bring snow to the region. As I wrote that post, the storm track was such that it would only put the North Country in the 4-8" range. However, as I noted the ... ...Read more

Marching Along
March 9th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 4 Comments

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Morning! Quick N/E weather update for you to enjoy with your Sunday Times (or Globe). Looks like an active week ahead as a series of weak lows traverse the region from the N/W early in the week and then as a larger storm moves into the region later in the week. ... ...Read more

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