Turned around? That would be considered quite adequate visibility at WMR. I skied (kinda slowly) all day today in mostly 1 chair conditions and enjoyed it. The only deal breaker in my book is freezing fog on the goggles, that just pisses me off.This is @Philpug at Mt. Rose two years ago. He is actually downhill from me. I believe we called it a day when we finally found the bottom of the hill. I noticed this year I seem to be more susceptible to the adverse effects of vertigo.
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I think I turned around and went home on this day.
Fred just told me today was the worst he remembered in 26 years. For bystanders, that's saying something. Fred is a vert leader here, capturing one of the top three spots every season.Turned around? That would be considered quite adequate visibility at WMR. I skied (kinda slowly) all day today in mostly 1 chair conditions and enjoyed it. The only deal breaker in my book is freezing fog on the goggles, that just pisses me off.
I found that helps a lot.keep turning
Yup. I've had this for years. For way too long I tried to anticipate when it was going to strike. I would skip the meclizine if I thought the risk was low. Misjudged a few times and lost ski days in abject misery, sometimes lying on the floor of the base lodge for hours at a time.OP here. I took Dramamine the third and final day at Schweitzer and it seemed to help with not getting dizziness issues that would upset my stomach but it wasn't a conclusive test because it wasn't a very bad fog day...but my gut feeling is it's going to help.
By the way, see ski sickness or Hausler's disease. Nobody mentioned it but it seems like it's a thing and what I am starting to suffer from if not nipped in the bud.
My father-in-law had that done and it made a huge difference. In his case the doctor held a vibrator against his skull behind his ear while he did it, I suppose to shake up the crystals and help them move. The treatment was followed by a day or so in a neck-immobilizing brace, I suppose to give the crystals time to settle into their new homes.manipulated my head around to put them back where they belong.
Glad you responded to Rod. I was going to and then decided not to until I saw your post.Not true. I’ve fogged plenty of goggles whole wearing a helmet. Currently my Anon WM1 goggles have been the best at not fogging.