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March Hare - Sugarbush Stoke Exchange

Thursday, March 29, 2012

As we close out one of the strangest March's ever, a lot of people seem to be a bit off-kilter. The crazy weather seesaw is at least partly to blame. Are you feeling mad as a March Hare?

Is it winter, because snow is falling on the mountain? What happened to summer? It was 80 degrees just last week. It could be spring though, because the dirt roads still have some muffler-eating mud. But maple sugaring is done, so it must be last spring already. Can we have a little clarity, please?   

Egan on Stein's
Egan finding clarity on Stein's. Left, right, repeat.

The only thing that is truly clear, is that we are still skiing and riding at Sugarbush. Stein's got a fresh pair of corduroys this week, once Monday night and again tonight. If you are in town, be sure to check out the winch cat this evening. Viewed from the right angle, it looks like the snocat is crawling up a wall. 

New corduroys, high fashion.
New corduroys, high fashion. March 27th, 2012

Not only are we still open, the long-anticipated Moxie Metal Mayhem freestyle park jam is Saturday. If you are in the competitive mood, there is a $1000 cash purse up for grabs. Wear your favorite 80's leather and denim, break out the Metallica and embrace your inner March Hare. As our neighbors at MRG like to say, "It's okay to get Mad."

Moxie Metal Mayhem is Saturday!
Moxie Metal Mayhem is Saturday! Check out the triple ripple rail.

Diggity in the driver's seat
Diggity staying (mostly) sane in the fast lane. 

Fresh video from this week.

What's that white stuff?
What's that white stuff? March 26th, 2012. 

Fresh from the laundry.
Proof that space is curved and that parallel lines converge at infinity.

We don't have official word on a closing date yet, but the smart money says better get it before it's gone. We hope to see you soon!

John Atkinson
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange

p.s. MRV scenes.

Up high
Up high.

Valley scene
Valley dream.

Valley scene too.
Go low, no snow.

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