A Perfect Spring Ski Day

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The busiest hill around.

Open, 21º at 7:45am, and a sunny blue beautiful sky.  Forecast high, 38º, and clear.

The skiing is wonderful, spring skiing. The snow will soften and warm up, say, after 11am. Spring skiing is variable, it can be soft and wet in places, and dry and powdery other places. Over all a great time! We are not grooming today. Ian is working on the new Ranger, oil change, etc. and then he is skiing. Woo-hoo!

Stoking the fire.

We will be boiling maple syrup again tomorrow, Tuesday, if you want to see the inside the working sugar house. We made 6 gallons of syrup on Saturday and 7.5 gallons of syrup on Sunday. For a season grand total of 34 gallons.  Chuck thinks we have 34 more gallons of wood left. And Ian thinks, given the forecast, which looks great for making syrup, we will have wood until about April 2nd.

 

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    • Paul on March 26, 2018 at 10:19 am
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    Phenomenal skiing yesterday, thank you so much!

    Love the poster of Hapgood’s store showing opening date of 1823.

    Best facilities on the planet!

    Paul

    1. You bet, our kids found the poster upstairs in barn. Left from the old warming room, the poster is from when Frank and Nancy owned the store.

    • Cliff Dutton on March 26, 2018 at 10:51 am
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    Wow, I can see in the photo all that snow that was on your roof came off. Hope the windows are OK! AND THE SKI JUMPERS!

    1. The snow fell off the barn slowly, Thursday/Friday.

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