Wilmot Mountain Ski Race Timing House
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Panoramic photo by Richard Drew EXPERT Taken 09:45, 07/08/2009 - Views loading...

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Wilmot Mountain Ski Race Timing House

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Shot at the base of Superior Run at Wilmot Mountain, WI on an Alpine Race Day. This is inside the timing  house, where the ski racer's times are recorded. You can see the gates on the hill - too bad it was a snowy, overcast day.

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