Well actually, @skifree avoided my lens fastidiously. I did bag him a couple of times. But Jen had the day off, and wanted some erstwhile companions to go and play, and she was of a mind to let loose, ski free, as it were. Jen and I hatched a plan, to the strains of Jock on Sunday night. Monday dawned a bit overcast, but we knew it would burn off. I wanted a ski first (spring like groomers are yum) I did a few laps, went and swapped poles, grabbed the camera, a puffy, some water, and a croissant for safety. @skifree had asked what I was up to, so I asked him along, advising that it may be a bit weird (that would be me), bit full on, and a lot of fun. We headed into the mysterious Ramshead area, a three day hike for some, we made short work of it, and even had some fun in the mixed surface. Then Jen was convinced that it would be fun to do a rime line. @skifree went up with her, while I headed up the hill opposite to take a few pics. It sounded horrible! @skifree went down the other side, which was probably quite nice? Having survived that, why don't we go and play with a cornice? One aspect was doing that tinkly corn sluff thing, we took a few cruisey turns here and there. Time to head back, and drop some lines on the way. Jen wanted to ramp it up. We skied down to scope lines from the bottom, while @skifree went up around the back. We saw a sick line, Jen and I both agree that it is go, based on our day to day interactions with the surface, and experienced observation. I think I was more confident than her, but the camera man always lives doesn't he? She booted up. She got to the top, and asked me for verification on the entry point, bloody hard to tell from her vantage point at the time! She did a couple of testers, which promptly sluffed all the way down as we expected, then smashed it, so cool! I love steep, and I love stuff runs, but that line is just slightly above my pay grade, close, but respect from me on that line. So stoked!