I was just looking through some old photos and came across this one of @Jamesj, myself, and @jimmy from the first day of the 2013 Mid-Atlantic gathering. I believe @marznc and @NJskier164 were there that day as well.
This was my car at the end of the day:
I was stuck waiting nearly half an hour until the windshield warmed up enough to get enough ice off to see (and was an hour down the road before all the ice actually came off). The plastic ice scraper I had was useless, and the pickup truck driver lent me a metal one that didn't do much better. Up on top of the mountain it was staying at about 22 degrees all day, but it was raining pretty good and there was a stiff 20 mph breeze. We had to stick to the lower mountain because it was hard to endure sitting on the chair above the mid-mountain lift. I've skied in much colder (last time I was at Jay Peak it was something like 20 below plus the wind factor), but I don't think I've ever felt as cold as that day at Blue Knob. What's your coldest ski day experience?
Bonus photo: ski goggles after riding the lift to the lodge up top.