11-27-12 by dave

It was a beautiful ground pounding morning with the Tram running fast and back to back lifts stoking the vert meter.  The light was flat, but the groomers were smooth and silky with new snow making goodness under each gun.  Some of the guns had blown a long way down slope so the extra smooth was just that much better.   Regulator was good, but got better with the sun on it.  Later in the day the right side softened nicely, but kept the winter cold and resisted getting sticky.   The glazed areas are still sprinkled about, but the snow making efforts are covering them rapidly and noticeably from day to day.  Light traffic on the Tram kept the pace going if you could stand up to the punishment.  That is the way to get in shape for the deep days.  Stamina training pays dividends when those days happen, but it takes days like today to dial in the flow line.   Smooth and cruising!! Tomorrow, look for another fast a furious day of industrial smoothing.  Look for those sweet deposits of fresh gun powder that holds up all morning.  Off the beaten path is


getting continually better with the  consolidation of the snow pack, just stay on point and be ready for anything.  I have found some nice peripheral lines which have been improving the more you ski them.  See you there for the fast track in the AM.   Ciao!!

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