Back on Topic now, to actually answer FastMan's question...
Jay Peak - only a couple slow skiing signs at the base area (pretty reasonable since that's all novice terrain. Remember we Libertarians are not lawless folk, just folk of less laws)
Magic Mountain - a closed sign means "thin cover." That's all, nothing else.
Burke Mountain - no slow skiing signs because it's owned by a prestigious racing school, and the usual "ski wherever the hell you want" policy. Unnamed glades (stashes) are marked on the trail map, but unmarked on the mountain and are NEVER closed. Like Magic, a rope means "Thin cover." Second highest average snowfall in NE at about 305" a year.
Saddleback - Rangeley, Maine (home of the Original "Road Kill Cafe")... need I speak further? P.S. don't forget the flannel, and the soft cambered skis, cause the powder lasts and lasts.
Big Squaw Mountain - Greenville, Maine (on Moosehead Lake). Super Low Prices, almost no snowmaking (with 301" of snow in an average year they don't need it), and an all volunteer ski patrol that seems to be tailgating and grilling fresh kill more than patrolling the mountain. P.S. note to all... I friggin LOVE this place.
Ski Plattekill - western Catskills, 300" a year, they don't even OWN a snowcat, just a heavy roller (like those used in paving roads) to smooth out their ONLY novice run. 1,100' of vertical that has no runout. All lift tickets around $30 or lower (I think). Oh yeah and they don't make snow. And you all thought Mad River Glen was a throwback... hahahahaha... not even close to Plattekill.
Mont Edouard - Sanguenay Fjord, Quebec. Libertarian run, communist owned. hahahahahahaha. Bada$$ skiing though