I made it over to Mt. Snow today (Sunday). Wound up skiing their WRODs for about four hours; apparently they got a third WROD open just after I left. There were rumors that they were going to open another trail, but when noon-time rolled around and the temps had climbed into the upper-30s, I gave up hope. Apparently gave up hope a few minutes too soon.
Anyway, they just had some blue cruisers open. Coverage was pretty good; there were one or two thin spots, but I could have used the good skis (I had brought the rock skis). As the day wore on and the temperature climbed the surface got a little slushy. Skiers right formed some baby bumps in places, which provided some fun, and it provided safe haven from the boarders and skiers who were busy straightlining things and / or exhibited dubious amounts of control.
I almost got creamed two or three times
:, but "almost getting hit" is the same as "not getting hit", so I didn't have to perform any anal surgery using my ski pole.
My technique actually was in pretty good form, considering... Some things felt a little better then others, but hey, I don't expect to be firing on all cylinders on the first day back! My legs held up really well, which I was pretty pleased about as well.