March 8, 2012
This morning as I was checking my Facebook feed, this is what the Eaglecrest Ski Area homepage posted, “Over 24 inches of wet heavy snow since Monday! Snow and weather conditions will delay the opening of our lifts this morning. Patrol will be doing control work on the entire mountain – no uphill access above […]
January 31, 2012
It has warmed up to the mid to high 30’s in Juneau with rain and I am having difficulty motivating myself to go for a ski. The Mendenhall Campground is probably still okay for a skate ski, but getting rained on while skiing is not very much fun. It is better than not skiing […]
January 29, 2012
Last night we were graciously hosted by dear friends in Juneau and treated to a recipe direct from The Double Musky Inn cookbook. The restaurant is billed as “Alaska’s Mountain Cajun Cuisine” and Girdwood is the pre-eminent ski resort town in the state. Alyeska Ski Resort is likely one of the only places in the […]
January 19, 2012
Juneau is still clear and sunny and I plan on getting out on my classical skis for a good stride while the snow is cold and the kick is good, but I have been looking into what a winter trip to the Methow Valley would be like. I first heard about the area when I […]
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