Thank you all for the pointers and observations!
therusty: Yep, I was back, but not to get the tips to come up. First run in those conditions on those skis and I was trying figure them out ...the top half of the run where the vids start, I got a little forward and they would really engage. I think I got a bit more centered and figured the edge angle a bit better as the day went on! I agree the top of the turns needs more work as well as matching the pitch. I'm working on dialing the steering back...old habits die hard!
Matter: Well, what can I say ... I'll eat more spinach! Seriously though, I'll work on the pole plants, and, like I commented above, dialing the steering back a bit.
TomB: Narrow stance is my big issue ...I only practiced it for 30 years! It always comes back when I get lazy with the inside leg; if I keep it active then my stance works, if not I'm rubbing boots. And you're right, those conditions did hold some surprises hidden underneath. I agree with your comments about power and Arc. I wasn't driving those turns and the conditions would have had less impact if I'd have committed to the turns and trusted the technique and skis. Thank you for the encouragement!
Pierre: Mole hills! Isn't that a bit of stretch? You wouldn't want to mislead people into thinking we actually have any sort of elevation here
When I was growing up they were teaching me to Wedel, so I think I have opened my turns up quite a bit [img]tongue.gif[/img] On a more serious note, yes, I agree both on opening the turns a bit and on cross over ...was yesterday any better?
Thanks again for the input!