Thanks to the guys at FIS I managed to track this storm as it unfolded. Smitten as a kid in a candy store, I loaded up my car and left NYC and headed north. Rolled into East Dover, VT just before midnight on Friday and headed strait to the local watering hole (Saloon - great place FYI). We had planned on having an early start the next day but much to my chargrin that wouldn't go down. A late night including copious amounts of "cider" in East Dover had us waking around 9 am, three hours after our intended wake-up time. We hit Vt-100 by 10 am and drove past Mt. Snow remarking, "that looks pretty good." Fearing the possibility that the sun would seriously undermine what snow had fallen, and not entirely sure that there would be much more snow at Killington, we decided to play it safe and hike Mt. Snow. Needless to say I regret this decision, although we still had a ton of fun. Snowline was roughly half-way up the mountain, with upwards of 6 inches on the summit, and 12 inches in some windblown pockets. We managed to do several laps and get about 700 vertical feet in. Unlike all points north, we were making "grassier" turns. Nevertheless, for October 16 I am not complaining. Since we were staying in East Dover we managed to get back to the car by 3:00 pm and headed to Keen, NH for pumpkinfest (good times). All the proof is in the link below. Hope you enjoy.