That was what Jib and Juice II was designed to do. Be a two prong event. One being an all-out ski day at Pine Knob, the other a farewell to my good friend and roomate, the Andreas Geistert.
The skiing was pretty good that day, notable things were the first backflips that I ever saw our favorite Ford Employee, Jerry O'Connor, throw down at the knob. I also recall Mark Novak hitting some pretty big tables and trying a couple big 360's that day too. Pine Knob was in the stage where the park was big but not rediculous.
Conveniently enough, there was a "Slope Style" competition the following day where Jerry came out to entertain the Clarkston locals and even ended up getting interviewed on the local cable affiliate.
I did not realize that my little bungelow could hold close to 100 people. Among them a 7 foot German and his two ladyfriends. Yes everyone was there including many people I have never seen before. Total opposite of the Jib and Juice I's small gathering...good times.