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Vacation, and the Bogburn

From Craftsbury, it was on to Rochester for some pagan rituals involving loot and goo, those terms referring to what goes under versus on the tree. A few short days, and the adventure-mobile headed north and east, through the belly of a snowstorm that added 3 hours to the trip,…
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landing me at Mt. Sainte Anne, Quebec. As expected, the skiing was fabulous. I basically skied until I couldnt anymore, and like every year, it is too easy to fall into the routine of eat, ski, eat, sleep, ski, eat, sleep... Kathy and I ran a tight ship, and our condo of orphan CSU kids was well-behaved and fun to have under our charges. After skiing more than was good for me, the trip wasnt over. South I went, and came to a stop in Weston VT, for a proper new years celebration, where it was cold enough that the…

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