Thursday, February 21, 2019
Mtn X all day. Charming girls.
We'd had snow, sleet, and freezing rain, so first run down Goosebumps required precision. The crust was thin but fast on the surface — as you broke that crust, turns had to be very carefully tip-follows-tail. Did part of a Dynamic Skiing clinic with Charles. (We've been watching Project Kitz & Hintertux after work for a 1/2 hour, skiing a bit in the morning.)
Did after work runs with Tim (lvl 2.5, so he says) and his friend, and Charles — two on Flying Goose, where they've put in flagged bumps for the competition coming up. Weird bumps they were, still rudimentary and widely spaced, so it was hard to get a rhythm in them.