Hoodoo Ski Bowl
January 12, 1989
We left the noise and congestion of 8 o’clock traffic and headed for the hills for a day
of downhill skiing at Hoodoo Bowl.
The sun and blue skies were with us. All day long. And never a line was seen.
We all took the day and went our own ways to do our own thing on the slopes.
The only thing that could slow you down was watching the few clouds get caught like cotton on some
of the high peaks.
All of us, Leona Devine, Bill Eimstad, John McManigal, Eleanor Wilkerson and leader Royal Murdock,
seemed to enjoy just about as much skiing as we could stand — except for Norm Benton who
could have stood some more.