I'm going to agree with HipFlip. I appreciate the artistic approach the community has offered to the OP. It has also given me (a 90% trough/zip line bumper) something more to try and mix it up. Thank you all for your time and graphics.
I'd like to share a type of mogul field that is both somewhat rare to come across and (at the same time) one that is easily "passed on" by the aspiring bump skier and accomplished bumper alike. This is one that Schahmatist should keep a look out for.
Here is the setup:
It is a Friday or Saturday night with little to no wind. Mother Nature dumps 12-15 inches of powder at your favorite ski area with just the right moisture content, not too heavy or light, not predisposed to crud formation or wind displacement, just the perfect consistency for moguls. It is a blue weekend morning with comfortable skier temps which generates a larger than normal crowd of short radius turn fanatics.
At 4pm that following afternoon the entire mountain is bumped up, even the novice pitches down low on the mountain. That rare view, as we all know is short lived. The groomers will mow it down that night, only leaving the typical intermediate to steeper pitched mogul runs on the mountain. But sometimes, a groom operator, who may be a bumper himself, might have been born with the generosity gene, or has a soft point of sentimentalism, leaves a 100 foot X 50 foot wide patch of well formed moguls in a novice pitch where you would say to yourself, "how the hell did those get there?"
Those are the perfect place for practice. Your speed is almost completely up to your own desire and control.
I remember seeing one at Sugarloaf few years ago nearing the Widowmaker Bar and Whiffletree Quad, first day of a 30 person 5 day trip. Knowing the mountain well, I led a 10-12 person group down the front face knowing I would stop there and ask who would like to try them.
When it was my turn I got lucky and even surprised myself bouncing off the sides of each mogul with little or no snow contact in between hits, finishing to hear one of the women comment, "A whole nother level, that's just a whole nother level" :-)
Hope you have enjoyed my story and that you find improvement in your mogul skiing this year.