You’ve been crafting your technique, practicing high-speed turns, and hucking in private. Now it’s time to show off, and there’s only one place to do it: Squaw. Wait for a deep day, wear something bright, and hop on KT-22 chair (Headwall and Granite Chief work too). Take a warmup lap—or don’t—and scout your line. Then drop in, stomp, and ski away casually like it was no big deal. Wait for the cheers. There’s a reason Robb Gaffney called his book Squallywood.