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    I remember that trail map from the 90s, memories of Friday night ski club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John9 View Post
    I remember that trail map from the 90s, memories of Friday night ski club.
    That map looks like someone from your high-school ski club drew it. Horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtjcbrown View Post
    Time to settle this once and for all:

    It is great that Moonspin is highlighted - the lower section was lost to the alpine slide and the upper section was rarely open. I do not think the upper section of Moonspin had snowmaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catskillman View Post
    And for anyone who cares, Windham started on Saturday. (Maybe Friday)
    No temps on Friday - didn't get cold enough until Saturday. And I checked the CAM Saturday at some point and they were not blowing when Hunter was.
    2017/18 = 37
    2016/17 = 31
    2015/16 = Depressing
    2014/15 = 28
    2013/14 = 27

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    Quote Originally Posted by catskillman View Post
    And for anyone who cares, Windham started on Saturday. (Maybe Friday)
    nice!

    Wonder if black friday in the catskills in possible...

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    Quote Originally Posted by x10003q View Post
    It is great that Moonspin is highlighted - the lower section was lost to the alpine slide and the upper section was rarely open. I do not think the upper section of Moonspin had snowmaking.
    I liked the way they would add a new trail to the map by reaching into the desk drawer for the liquid whiteout vial.

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    It's true, not that they're the snowmaking capitol of the world, but that they're making snow. I live 10 minutes away and we got about 8" today, unfortunately it's might change to rain later tonight but it's getting me psyched. I just picked up my new boots and skis today so I'm wearing the boots now to break them in. I'm thinking my first day out will be Thursday or Friday of the last week in November at Belleayre. It's getting close.

    Incidentally I just learned that the new CEO of MC is Joe Hession who is also the CEO of Snow Operating.

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