Originally Posted by Twintip
I LOVE this!!!!!!
I'm bringing my Progressors, but does a complex layer of cake fluff and frozen things justify having the Auras along?
I may bring them anyway, given that they are Tog's favorite skis and he was disappointed last year that he didn't get to try them!
Of Course you should bring the Auras - they match your pants!
Note the problem with this photo is the Hart slaloms do not match. They were however, better for the skiing at that time. Note that someone who looks like Bob is using the green Auras with an orange jacket.
I know, I know it's a nightmare! What to do? well, wear the pants and the Auras around outside the Trapp Lodge.
Originally Posted by MattL
In other words....dust on crust.
No, no, no....Really, such descriptions are totally inaccurate and pedestrian for the complex nature of the layer cake you will be skiing on. The first thing to remember is you're going to Vermont.You're not in Utah, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming etc.
Now, you could get this, but the cuisine of Vermont makes it difficult to cook with snow, temps, wind, sun all at the same time. One is usually only given their choice of one of those ingredients and the rest is a bit of a "train wreck" as the Aussies say. So you never quite know how the dish will turn out but it will
be edible and could be very
Let's just say the standards for the cuisine are different in Vermont than those places. Don't forget, the conditions are guaranteed.:
Vermont Ski Conditions Guarantee
It will either be very icy with thin cover and cold or warm; it may be very cold with great groomed conditions; there is an equal chance there will be fresh snow and mid-winter conditions. The wind will range from brutal to non-existent. There could be non-crystallized precipitation.
See, the Snowlets