The lowly hotdog turns into a movable feast
The cars, vans and campers were backed up for miles on the two-lane road leading to the Bromont ski area outside Montreal. The people abandoned their vehicles wherever they could and trekked to the base of the mountain. Overhead, multicolored manned kites soared and dipped, but the toqued, snowmobile-suited and ski-jacketed crowd of more than 9,000 ignored them, intent on scrambling up the snow-covered slopes to perch in trees, press close to retaining fences and huddle in the forest to see flyers of a different sort—the “Quebec Air Force,” the “big air” Europeans and the fly-boys of the Western world.
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