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I recently sold a Lodge Condominium at Stowe Mountain Resort to a couple from Connecticut who had been to and skied at Stowe. But when their summer vacation plans last year took them to Burlington, they decided to take a day trip to Stowe. And, the rest, as they say, is history. Now, they'll be planning day trips to Burlington, if they can tear themselves away!

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New Year's Eve - 2009

Here it is, January 8th, and I've finally found some time to get back to posting. I've just finished my 4th week on Ski Patrol (3 days per week) and am in the middle of all the details behind selling a home after the P&S; has been signed, but prior to the expiration of contingencies (Attorney Review, Property Inspection, Radon, Water Potability, etc., etc.) I patrolled on New Years Eve, and two photos I took have been nagging at me, because I like them so much and have been looking forward to getting them posted. Ski Patrol is responsible for riding all the lifts and checking all the trails prior to each day's opening. And, at the end of the day, the Patrol "sweeps" all the trails. That is, we ski all trails, with a sometimes complex pattern of checkpoints, to ensure that no guests have been left behind.

New Year's Eve - Morning Trail Check - 8:17 a.m. at Stowe Mountain Resort

New Year's Eve - At the end of Sweep - 4:58 p.m. at Stowe Mountain Resort

New Year's Eve - At the end of Sweep - 4:58 p.m.

National Ice Carving Competition at Stowe Mountain Resort

Some of the country's best amateur and professional Ice Carvers will compete by creating frozen masterpieces in Stowe this Saturday, January 24. The nationally sanctioned NICA event comes at the conclusion of Stowe's week-long Winter Carnival, an annual celebration around the ski area since 1922. The Ice Carving Competition will take place between 11:00am and 3:00pm in the Spruce Peak Plaza, with an awards ceremony and après ski party from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Great Room inside the new Spruce Camp at the base of Stowe Mountain Resort. The theme of this year's event is 'The Wilderness' and all magnificent ice sculptures will remain on display around Stowe for the duration of winter, or until they melt.

About NICA Formed in 1987 as a Not-for-Profit Organization, the purpose of the National Ice Carving Association (NICA) is to promote the art of ice sculpture through education, competitions, standardized judging and exhibitions. NICA sanctions ice carving exhibitions and competitions throughout the United States.