Monthly Archives: November 2013

Stratton December 1, Final call

It sounds like conditions at Stratton are really pretty darned good. They have 36 trails (or fragments thereof) open and the weather will be a bit warmer on Sunday. Thanks to everyone who responded already. If you haven’t yet and … Continue reading

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Stratton Details (December 1)

I think we’ve survived the soaking and now have a bit more of the plan in place for Stratton. As a reminder, at Stratton we’ll be skiing with family and friends, more than with formal groups. If it makes more … Continue reading

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Stratton on Sunday December 1

Hi all– We are planning to have a family ski day down at Stratton on Sunday Dec 1 as well as the following Sunday Dec. 8. Ford Sayre U14, U12, and U10 are all included. U10s will not be skiing … Continue reading

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Equipment for Sale

Here’s a list of a some items that people sent me that may be of interest to U10 skiers and families. I will update if people send me more. This may not format as well in email as on the … Continue reading

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Weekend Update — Winter Begins

Hi Everyone– Looks like we are in for some wintery weather this weekend. Being Northern New England that means a bit of everything. Before the weekend is out expect to experience various combinations of snow, rain, and maybe some sneet … Continue reading

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Equipment needs? Something to pass on to others?

Having flexible yet supportive boots that fit and skis suited to your skier’s size and ability are vital pieces of being able to learn and improve. I know many of you are already set with equipment, but some still have … Continue reading

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Nov. 17 — Dryland at Burnham Field/Velvet Rocks, Nov. 24 — Ski?

Hi all– This Sunday Nov. 24 we’ll meet at the far end of the Thompson Arena parking lot at 1pm for dryland training. We’ll do a hike up the Velvet Rocks with the U12s, and then come back down to … Continue reading

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