I'll second that, but will say you shouldn't be there, not that you don't deserve to be. Way too many people go up to the chin who either don't know what they're doing or go up at the wrong time and get lost. When you get down into the tree line, finding your way back to the resort w/o getting stuck in the thick pines is a bit of a trick.
Instead, there's another good spot for trees in Stowe that's very obvious. You end up landing on rt 108. Go down chin clip about 1/3 of the way down the trail on the left you'll see an entrance w/a sign that tells you you're leaving the Stowe property. Ride that stuff for a while. There're some nice, open trees for half the vertical of the mountain.
2 billion dollars...sir, I'd handle my grandpa's balls for 2 billion dollars.