I posted something similar in the "Anybody Still Skiing Thread", but since this is a dedicated "Independence Day" thread...
Yesterday I went 4 for 4 on the 4th, skiing all 4 Tahoe resorts that were spinning lifts.
I started out at Donner Ski Ranch at 8 a.m. The frontside of the area is totally burnt and the only lift they were running was Chair 2 on the backside. In order to get to the snow you either had to hitch a ride in the back of the owner's Chevy (which was loaded with hay bales) or drive your own 4X4 up to the lift. I did the latter and gave a ride to an unofficially "off duty" ski patroller.
Next on the schedule was Sugar Bowl. They were only open to season pass holders (2010/11 and 2011/12). You had to hike into the village from the Judah side and they were only running the Disney Chair. The area around said chair was pretty burnt, but I skied the lift line around Disney Nose and the snow was pretty decent.
From there I drove around Donner Lake and then on to Hwy 89 and up to Alpine Meadows. I busted out a lap off of the Summit Chair and then it was off to Squallywood.
Ended my 4-tet by riding Gold Coast a few times (I was trying to connect with my Super Senior dad, who unbeknownst to me had already skied and gone home), then Shirley, and then Siberia. Capped the day by hiking to National on the Palisades and then over to Headwall. Ended up at High Camp enjoying cold brew-ha-ha's with Trekchick and Phil Pug, some pro skiers.