Pivot Slips? Me? Never heard of 'em.
Hi all--just saw this thread--sorry for not being around here much lately. Thanks for starting the thread, Al! I've been so busy with our early season training at Keystone that I haven't had time to promote the Boot Camp much. Now that the Thanksgiving holidays are over, things are settling down around here, and the skiing is getting pretty good! Keystone celebrates the annual "36 hours of Keystone" starting this morning, ending tomorrow evening, with skiing under the lights all night long. We still don't have a lot of terrain open, due to the stinginess of mother nature so far this season, but we still have probably the most terrain of anyone in Colorado, and it looks like the drought is about to end! Water restrictions, that have kept Keystone's great snowmaking system running below capacity, are finally over, and a big storm is forecast for the next couple days as well. The Noram races wrapped up yesterday, so we should have parts of North Peak open soon. It's looking like winter will finally settle in here!
In any case, I'd like to thank all of you for considering coming to the Boot Camp. It was a great time last year, and I anticipate another one this season. There isn't a better way to start the season off and set a few goals for yourself. I promise tired legs at the end, but we won't beat up on anyone too
badly! Really, the expectation for an early season camp like this one is to focus on fundamentals and build the foundation for great skiing that will really pay off when the snow gets deeper, the bumps get bigger, and the whole mountain beckons. (Of course, if this big storm actually comes, we could have "epic" conditions next weekend after all!)
Please don't hesitate to call, pm, or ask questions here. I'll help as much as I can. I hope to see many of you here at Keystone!