I apologize if I overstated my talents, but I meant being able to carve all piste slopes at the resort at visit regularly, which is snowshoe. Every slope except one are groomed. I can get down the slope with absolutely no skidding except for shays, which is much steeper and bumpier, and cupp run, where I have to slow down a bit more due to the length of the run.
Only once did i go out west, and that was to whistler blackcomb. I couldn't carve black diamonds there, but could carve blues that were not moguls. I'm not sure how good my parrallel turns are, but I could descend some of the double black diamonds there.
My guess is that you are Level 7. That's based on what terrain my daughter was skiing at Alta when she was a Level 7 at Alta Ski School. By the time she was Level 8 (age 11-12), she would not have had to slow down on Shays or Cupp. When it comes to steeper and more complicated terrain, there is a lot more to good skiing than carving. Especially off piste.
40 days at Snowshoe is probably about equivalent to 10-15 days at a big resort out west. The ratio of time spent on a lift vs skiing is very different.