When skiing, do you prefer quality or variety? I ski almost every day with people who also ski almost everyday. Some of us, like me, would rather ski the same run all day if it has the best snow. If I find a perfect run for the skis I'm on, I see no need to change. With the right skis on the right snow on the right run, I can be all that I can be. When I find that, I don't want to leave.
Others love scenic variety and would rather never ski the same run twice. They are willing to risk skiing bad snow to find slightly better snow or just for the challenge of skiing bad snow. Normally this isn't much of a problem with one exception. Some times skidders don't understand why carvers don't want to leave a run with perfect conditions.
*Lets leave this good carvy edgey snow and go to a run that is too steep for carving but not steep enough to be interesting.
*Lets leave this great winter snow and go to the sunny side where there might be some adequate Spring snow.
Apparently I have an issue with skidders who don't realize how fun carving is and don't understand why I don't want more variety.
Have you been on either side of this issue?