Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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Super Weekend #1 (Mohawk-Mount Snow-Thunder Ridge)

What a great weekend! 3 mountains, 17 hours of skiing, and multiple Advil's. Mohawk was fantastic with 4 inches of fresh that day. Very light and fluffy, certainly a luxury in CT. Skied from 3-9. Mount Snow had a similar surface. Soft and edgy. I tried the woods. They're doable. Its 4 inches of dust on top of a sheet of ice that won't break for anything. Once we get a solid 12 inch storm the woods will be skiable for quite awhile. Same goes for natural trails. Snow was being blown on Ripcord. It was great for carving if you could bear the visibility issues from the guns. Main Face cruisers were the place to be. Everything off Canyon was great. It was c-o-l-d. Wow, ma nature was certainly pushing my limits up top with the wind. But, it kept the people away. All the lifts (idk Carinthia) were ski on, minus the Bluebird wich was jammin'. I did, unfortunately, subdue to the cold and ride the Bluebird half a dozen times. It was worth the 10 minute wait.

Thunder Ridge...can't comment on snow conditions...minus the conditions off of the carpets. I was teaching beginner lessons all day. Helped set up at 8am and let my last kid go at 4pm. I'm lovin the job. Its certainly challenging when kids don't get it, or when there's 6 instructors and 50 kids in one area. But 95% of the time, its awesome. When I've got time between lessons, I help the other instructors. I'd rather be out there with the kids and helping my co-workers than sitting inside the lodge eating lunch or taking a free run. Next week is MLK weekend. Keep me in your prayers. It will be semi-controlled chaos.

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