Monthly Archives: November 2012

BLUEBIRD POW

Bluebird powder day? On the East Coast? In November? You betcha. A solid 8-10″ was dropped on Vermont’s high peaks Thursday evening. Friday morning came with crystal clear skies, light winds, bitter cold temps, and lots of new snow. We busted out a few lift serviced runs, then grabbed the split for a few laps off the beaten path.

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DUSTING THE RUST

It was a long summer. We did our best to keep in shape with biking and hiking, but nothing can keep those skinning muscles free of rust. After some record breaking warmth, it looks like we are finally in a prolonged cold pattern – great for making snow. Before the resort opens to the masses, it was time to break through the rust, stretch out the lungs, and find the glide.

Beautiful dawn light silhouetting Mount Mansfield.

Making our way through the remnants of foliage season. Snow in the distance.

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