What started off as a lackluster season in New England with only one major storm in December and January has turned in to one for the record books. Back to back to back dumpings in February and into March have given us some top notch conditions to keep enjoying even into April. I am fortunate that when camp is not in session I am able to get out and have some fun in the outdoors almost any day. On the above day last week there were limitless blue skies and great snow at Loon Mountain. The deep blue of the horizon contrasted nicely with the still snowy peaks of the surrounding mountains; including Mt. Washington in the distance.
A few days later we were surprised by yet another spring storm. Due to all of the fun we had in the woods I only have one picture from the day.
It was heavy and wet but it set the mountains up for another few weeks of great conditions.
On April 1 I set out for Waterville Valley for their infamous $1 lift ticket April Fools Day.
Here is to a few more killer days on the slopes and then a quick spring thaw so we can toss the boat in the water!