Originally Posted by qcanoe
So you're saying that a foot of powder on a bump run is special? Well, yeah. You do describe some of the things that make it special well. But let them eat cake. Being in that place at that time is about a hundred times more challenging for many of us than skiing it optimally once we get there. Sort of like talking about best techniques for coping with champagne and caviar.
Thank you for your input qcanoe. You present and pen your thoughts in a well written manner.
I see the importance of coming clean on a couple of points. I place myself in the group you describe. My "time out" was to share an experience as opposed to a technique, while raising awareness of what's possible. I personally remember 5-6 mogul runs that can be included as part of that experience. Those 5/6 runs are spread out over 46 years and most likely 1200+ days on the hill.
So no, in this case, I am unable to beckon and recreate that experience at will, or share a system to guarantee others to succeed in doing so. I can only hope that the time spent to describe and share that experience motivates someone else to experiment and attain the same. I can tell you it's worth it.
Oh, one more thing, I too have been known to eat cake .