I've skied Camelback and most of the other resorts in Pa. since the 60's, some times as much as three days a week while I was in school. I'm amazed at the neg input from people. Sure, the snow conditions weren't very good in Dec. and the first part of Jan. but what can you expect when night temps. were above freezing. I was at Camelback during M.L.K. weekend and found conditions as good or better than I expected,(spring conditions, wet & slushy) It was just nice being on ski's. So stop crying, check the weather forcast for the resort at least five days prior, cancel (if you can) if it's warm (above 30 at night). and pray for snow!