To some skiers, it's the mountain. For others, it's a bigger picture: scenery, nightlife, shopping and dining. Whiteface has it all: the mountain (3,216 vertical feet), a village (Lake Placid, an oasis of civilization amid the wilds of the Adirondacks) and on top of it all, a rich Olympic heritage.
The torch is out, the 2002 Winter Games are history, and a new crop of Olympians is trading skates, skis and sleds for something far more intimidating: a real job. Getting one is no small feat, especially in the current economy, but it is an even more dau