On March 6th, the 540th birthday of Michaelangelo, our intrepid groomers, Davinius and Timinius, meditated on the great Florentine master’s vision of the creation. A vision he had made so palpably real on the frescoed ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome.  They contemplated the power of the creative act and the responsibilities it entailed before heading out on a brilliant Friday morning to create some corduroy for this weekend’s expected congregation of ski festival believers. As the pretty girl from the village toiled over tubs of soup to feed the masses, she could not help but notice, as Davinius and Timinius strode out the door toward their waiting 4 stroke snowmobile grooming machines, that they bore a striking resemblance to Bounarroti’s depiction of God the Father and Adam in the aforementioned fresco. She was so proud of them! On Thursday, the Trail to the Lake, Over the Hill and Sheep Thrills had already been groomed by the dynamic duo. While these trails looked pretty darn good and skaters reported them to be “awesome”, the grooming pair headed out once again chanting their new motto, “Good, better, best, never let it rest, ’til the good is better, and the better is best.”