Another year on the slopes….and I couldn’t be happier.
This year, my season kicked off about a week or two later than it has started the past few years, mainly because I did not make an early-season trip out west. However, the small delay had a big payoff.
Temperatures here on the east coast have been low, after an unusually warm fall season and some near-60 degree days in early November. Mother nature came to her senses at one point, though, and dumped a few feet of powder on Vermont in November…unfortunately, it just about all melted quickly after.
Fast forward a few weeks: Snowmaking temps and natural snow have been plentiful this early in the season, and this past weekend was no exception. Thursday brought us a bluebird day with fantasitic conditions. Friday was a 10-inch powder day that was very fun to run. Saturday was a sunny, but typical, weekend day that was a good way to round out the week.
I will be sticking to my local hills until I hit Killington again in mid-January. Then it’s off to Alberta and B.C. Canada around January 21.