Ski Day Tracking Thread 16-17

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Ski Day Tracking Thread 16-17

snoloco
Figured we should start one of these.  Make one post, then continue to edit it as you rack up more ski days.

I've lived in New York my entire life.
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Harvey
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Day 01 - 11/24/16: Lower Yellow Night Ski Skratchy
Day 02 - 11/25/16: Gore Opening
Day 03 - 11/26/16: Gore
Day 04 - 11/27/16: Gore Morning
Day 05 - 12/09/16: Lower Yellow Night Ski Less Skratchy
Day 06 - 12/10/16: Gore Uncas Opens
Day 07 - 12/11/16: Gore Trenches on Quicksilver
Day 08 - 12/17/16: Plattekill Open 100% Pow
Day 09 - 12/27/16: Lower Yellow Night Grooming, Wet Crunchy Nice
Day 10 - 12/28/16: Gore Meh, Some New
Day 11 - 12/29/16: 6 Inches of Pow, Gore and Harvey Woods
Day 12 - 12/30/16: Harvey Woods Pow 6 Laps
Day 13 - 12/31/16: Gore and Neve in the Trees, Harvey Woods
Day 14 - 01/01/17: Gore and Neve on Double Barrel, Harvey Woods
Day 15 - 01/02/17: Harvey Woods AM Family Ski
Day 16 - 01/06/17: Green Trail Night Grooming on Skinnies, 2 runs, Sporty!
Day 17 - 01/07/17: McCauley Rocks!
Day 18 - 01/08/17: Plattekill Birthday #58 EPIC
Day 19 - 01/27/17: Lower Yellow Night Grooming
Day 20 - 01/28/17: Gore POW and Harvey Woods
Day 21 - 01/29/17: McCauley Overnight Lake Effect POW
Day 22 - 02/03/17: Lower Yellow Night Grooming
Day 23 - 02/04/17: Botheration Loop, Harvey Woods
Day 24 - 02/05/17: North Creek Ski Bowl, BR Trees :)
Day 25 - 02/17/17: Harvey Woods Lower Yellow Pow Remains
Day 26 - 02/18/17: Burnt Ridge Trees
Day 27 - 02/19/17: Burnt Ridge, Gore Mountain and Harvey Woods
Day 28 - 02/20/17: North Creek Ski Bowl - Oak Ridge Baby!
Day 29 - 03/15/17: Plattekill - Stella!
Day 30 - 03/19/17: Ski Bowl Pow and Binding Meltdown
Day 31 - 03/20/17: Harvey Woods and Raymond Brook Ski Trail
Day 32 - 04/01/17: Belleayre Gear Test
Day 33 - 04/07/17: Harvey Woods PM Nordic Corn Fest
Day 34 - 04/08/17: Smuggs POW with WhiteRoom
Day 35 - 04/09/17: Gore Corn Ender

"If it's my mountain, I'm installing a fixed grip and telling the lifties to stuff the beginners into chairs as aggressively as they have to to keep it going full speed." —Brownski
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ADmiKe
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I've been tracking my ski days for like 15 years now...have a spreadsheet that I made...always interesting to see how many ski days people on a ski forum like this get in on average...usually around 30 for me living in the flatlands...

this years goal is 50...see if I can pull it off...


Projected Day #1 December 2nd - Whiteface - 3 days and counting...

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raisingarizona
I think this would be a lot more interesting if you included the costs of your lift tickets. If it's your home hill write season pass next to the date, if not put the cost of your day ticket next to the date. At the end of the season you can add up your days at your home mountain and divide them into your season pass price. Add everything up for a season total.

Just a thought.

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campgottagopee
I would like to contribute to the awesome thread.

I will ski everyday I want to!!

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Re: Ski Day Tracking Thread 16-17

Highpeaksdrifter
campgottagopee wrote
I would like to contribute to the awesome thread.

I will ski everyday I want to!!
I'm with you Camp.

There's truth that lives
And truth that dies
I don't know which
So never mind - Leonard Cohen
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Re: Ski Day Tracking Thread 16-17

freeheeln
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snoloco wrote
Figured we should start one of these.  Make one post, then continue to edit it as you rack up more ski days.
Buy a calendar, save the Internet.

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Re: Ski Day Tracking Thread 16-17

Brownski
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raisingarizona wrote
I think this would be a lot more interesting if you included the costs of your lift tickets. If it's your home hill write season pass next to the date, if not put the cost of your day ticket next to the date. At the end of the season you can add up your days at your home mountain and divide them into your season pass price. Add everything up for a season total.

Just a thought.
It's a good thought. I tracked my days for the first time last year, on the notepad app on my phone. I'm gonna add tickets prices this year.
I'm about halfway through Warren Miller's autobiography; he breaks down his first couple seasons' expenses, pretty much to the penny. That guy knew how to save money.

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Jon951

Combo of 9 full/partial days in at WF thus far. Not going to track. Getting out each ski day is a gift of sorts..I'm going with that.

I turn a lot. I make the most of even a partial day out, so in my case the number of days is irrelevant. I focus on making the most of each day out.

Not frowning on those who track, just chose not to do so.

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Brownski
I lost track of how many days I got in this year but I know I could have done more. In spite of having a pretty good year, I feel like I left a lot on the table, especially towards the end. How bout the rest of you...

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