By Tim Roberts \ December 2 2006 \ 0 Comments
Today I put ham in my eggs and potatoes. Then I skied Park City. Since the last storm Park City opened Bananza, McConkey’s, Thaynes, Pioneer, and Siverlode. Off the McConkey’s lift, I found some fresh snow in the trees skiers right of the main bowl. It was really tight up top then it opened up enough to make some good turns. There are still a few downed trees sticking out in some places. There was also good skiing off the Pioneer lift. Blue Slip bowl was skied up but the snow was nice and soft, so I made a few laps there . It is a good run to make turns on top and then French fry the bottom. Silverlode and Thaynes were also open accessing more groomers and bump runs. It was cold as cashews but my feet felt good in my new anatomically shaped X Socks from Cole Sport. With Pow shots, chopped crud, groomers, bumps, and rails there were plenty of options, and rumor has it soon Jupiter will be open too.
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