All articles tagged as 'Stowe'

Get Lucky
September 13th, 2014 | By:  Greg | 7 Comments

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I want to tell you a story about getting lucky. A youngin' woke up early one morning to compare the new iFauxn sex models. Do they get the one bigger than a PopTart, or smaller? Do they get 64 giga bytes or 16? They spent all day worrying about the decision. ... ...Read more

Solidly Mediocre!
December 4th, 2010 | By:  Ben | 13 Comments

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This week has been a trying one for a skier in the Northeast. Just a few days ago we endured temperatures in the 50s and rains edging toward Biblical status. This one hurt especially hard since it came only a few days after things were looking up. Anyway, winter has ... ...Read more

Get Over It (Part Two: Make Hay When The Snow Falls)!
November 28th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 11 Comments

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For any new readers we've acquired over the last few months from out west, first WELCOME, and second, I don't want to give off the impression with this "Get Over It!" series that all we do back east is ski grass, white ribbons of death, or worse. No, we do ... ...Read more

Winter’s back!
November 1st, 2010 | By:  Ben | 8 Comments

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I was kinda depressed last week. After some great turns the previous weekend, the Northeast got warm. Really warm. So warm that Lionel launched a new "WTF Weather!?" series. Then it didn't help to see our western friends with more snow than they knew what to do with (actually that ... ...Read more

Knock, Knock! Winter’s Here (For Now)!
October 18th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 2 Comments

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Working up the weekend winter weather extravaganza (THANKS LIONEL!) into a TR to start the new ski season. Stay tuned for it later today! My sincere apologies for the delay, but I think you'll agree it was worth it when you see what the FIS did... or not :P 10/18 9:30PM Update: ... ...Read more

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