It was a busy weekend at the Killington World Cup. The local favorite may not have made the podium, but the event was still a success.

Eighty-five years and counting, Stowe’s ski company as of a week ago Saturday is back in the business of once again delivering skiers and riders to the higher reaches of Mt. Mansfield.

Admittedly, May 30 is a bit later than usual for writing a wrap to the 2021-22 ski season, but The Scribe did record two very pleasant days on the hill before May ended.

A couple weeks ago I solicited reader’s input on their favorite ski graphics from the Retro-Ski era. Ivan Spector remembers the Dynastar S430 with its purple and gold motif. I must admit I wasn’t familiar with that model so had to look it up. I found it dated back to the 1970s.

The final week of the season is well underway. For your scribe, the season has ended since at this moment in time, he is far south of Mansfield driving toward the launching pad for a bike trip from Titusville to Key West.

The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum’s current exhibit is “The Art of the Graphic” and features the work of graphic designers for skis and snowboards. It’s a beautiful exhibit worthy of an art museum. If you haven’t seen it, you have until October to check it out.

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