March 2018 archive

Mar 17 2018

A Ridiculously Fabulous Redundant Ski Report

Mary in the middle of skiing the every trail.

Open, 15º at 7:30am. Forecast, 23º and cloudy, with the possibility of snow showers. Really, right this minute, the sky is blue and the sun is shining. And the skiing is so, so good and wonderful!

The photo above is Mary. She and Brian decided yesterday, while the skiing is great,  was the day to ski every trail. Someone asked me the other day how long that takes. The answer is anywhere from 2 to 8 hours. Mary and Brian skied all trails, at a leisurely pace in 5 hours, including food and pit stops. What a great day to ski it all! ... 

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Mar 16 2018

Yoga Schedule Week of March 17

 Surrender and the breath. That is it. Show up, surrender and breathe.

Saturday yoga the 17th and the 24th of March, 8:30-9:30am.

  • Monday 9-10:30am flow
  • Monday 5:30-6:45pm slow flow
  • Tuesday 7:30-8:30am sore and stiff
  • Wednesday 7:30-8:30am sore and stiff
  • Wednesday 9-10:30am flow/restorative
  • Friday 7:30-8:30am sore and stiff
  • Friday 9-10:30am flow
  • Saturday 8:30-9:30am slow flow
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    Mar 16 2018

    Skiing Does Not Get Any Better Than This!

    The tracks on a March 16, 2018.

    Open, 20º another 4.2 inches of snow. 32 inches of snow at the stake. Forecast, flurries and 23º.  The skiing really doesn’t get any better than this! This is and will be perfect skiing. Forgiving and easy to ski on.

    Ian spent the last 3 days packing and dragging the small groomer. He is out today in the Ranger (new machine) pulling the ginzu (new groomer). And the ginzu puts in a really nice double track.  ... 

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    Mar 15 2018

    New Snow, Great Skiing! Best Skiing of the Year Thru the Weekend!

    The kids had fun in the snow.

    Open, 23º at 7am. Expected high 30º. 10.4 inches of snow in the last 24 hours.

    • 19 inches of snow in the last 48 hours.
    • Last weeks storm, 24 inches of snow.
    • 42 inches of snow in the last 8 days.
    • 50.5 inches of snow in March.
    • And a whopping 150 inches on the season.

    I think we can call this an old fashioned winter. The skiing is wonderful, fabulous and quiet and peaceful. Ian has been grooming like crazy and the tracks are amazing.

    The picture above is of kids in the Bill Koch ski program. They ski here on Wednesdays, and they enjoyed the new snow.  ... 

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    Mar 14 2018

    The Skiing Continues To Be Amazing Right Thru The Weekend!

    Open, 25º. Forecast high 30º. And still snowing. 5 inches during the day yesterday. 3 more overnight and another 3-6 inches expected today.

    Skiing is always more fun in the snow. Goggles or glasses help! Skiing is and will be phenomenal! The weekend will be stupendous! 

    Ian was in the groomer, the new Ranger pulling the old Tidd Tech groomer, yesterday for about 8 hours. He was around many trails twice and all at least once.  ... 

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    Mar 13 2018

    A Little More Snow

    Ian making a fun course. Up and the snow bank.

    Open, 25º at 7am. Forecast high 27º. Snow fall total overnight 2″. Expected snow fall, Tuesday 5-8″, Tuesday night 1-3″, Wednesday 5-8″, Wednesday night 1-3″.

    The skiing will be great! Fabulous snowy skiing. The woods will be quiet and still. Ian will pack off and on during the storm. Mid-winter snowy ski conditions. We won’t have perfects “tracks” again until, best guess, Thursday. Just too much snow to keep the tracks in. We haven’t had this problem for a while. ... 

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    Mar 12 2018

    Skiing With Friends.

    Out for a ski.

    Open, 24º at 7am. Forecast high 34º. Sunny this morning, clouds moving in. Snow starting overnight and continuing into Wednesday, forecast 6-8 or 8-12 inches.

    March weather is here. And it has been fun. Snow and good skiing. More snow more good skiing. A day or 2 of boiling maple syrup. A really great start to March.

    Martha not only saw the mink slides and the otter slides. Martha saw the mink. They each stopped for a stare down. He held still long enough for Martha to think get out the camera, but not long enough to get the camera and take the picture.  ... 

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