Take it slow

I go to seek a great perhaps.

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Ski season in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx opened on Dec. 11, 1964, the park’s slopes sprayed with fake snow and its benches’ fresh paint still drying. Arriving to the opening-day confusion at the ski area was Sacha Grill, shown here, a ski instructor who, apart from the fact that he carried skis, dressed more like a yacht club member than a skier. Perhaps that’s why the concession owner asked him, “Hi, who’re you with?” The Times reported that Mr. Grill “explained that he was one of the ski instructors.” The owner didn’t miss a beat. “Oh wow, we need them,” he replied. Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times

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