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    Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum 11/28/2023 - Andree Kehn/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Leslie Norton, executive director of the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum, works at the front desk in the museum last week.

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    Leslie Norton is the executive director of the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum.

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    An interactive work bench designed to showcase ski repairs and waxing is among the offerings of the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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    Old-time "powder baskets" are on display at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley. The skier could switch out ski pole baskets depending on snow conditions.

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    Vintage waxes and tars are on display at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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    Ski boots from throughout the history of recreational skiing are on display at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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    A collection of vintage snowboards is on display at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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    One area of the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley features old skis and a mannequin decked out in gear used by the 10th Mountain division, a World War II U.S. Army division that trained on skis in snow conditions.

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    A pair of grass skis, designed for skiing on grass, are among the historic and rare items at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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    A cabinet full of different ski waxes stands in the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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    The Bass ski boot display at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley features boots made by G.H Bass of Wilton. The boots had a significant impact on the ski boot industry at the time.

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    Various types of ski bindings are shown at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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    Many varieties of waxes and lacquers are on display at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum in Carrabassett Valley.

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