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Melted away

Memories of region's long-departed mom & pop ski areas are kept alive with help of enthusiast's online project

A 1950s view from atop Norseman's Hill, at routes 117 and 110 in Bolton; the family operation closed in about '57, after three dry winters in a row. A 1950s view from atop Norseman's Hill, at routes 117 and 110 in Bolton; the family operation closed in about '57, after three dry winters in a row. (Gail Estano)
By Mark Arsenault
Globe Correspondent / January 1, 2009

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The former Norseman's Hill ski area in Bolton is just a wooded knob today, and it's hard to imagine ski jumpers flying down the hill and 100 feet through the air. (Full article: 1181 words)

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