Thursday, October 27, 2011
Without further delay ... snow! That's right, flakes have been flying this week in the Mad River Valley. We've barely had any frost this fall, but things are getting cold, low twenties are predicted for tonight.
Seeing snow for the first time each autumn triggers such an invigorating feeling. It's like a double espresso for the soul.
Fall flew by in a blur of color.
Looking for some spooky fun this weekend?
Join us on Friday evening October 28th in the Gate House for a free family-friendly fundraiser for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports with the Paul Dunton Orchestra. The concert promises a fun mix of classical technique and contemporary tunes. Costumes are encouraged, of course.
Frosty oregano, a sign of the end of gardening season.
Check out this new video from Egan, Split Wood Ski Good.
Sugarbush Ski Patrol refresher last weekend.
Lower elevations still have some nice colors.
Fungi time is also ending. Here's to one of the best seasons ever!
Some late oyster mushrooms. Mmmm.
Old barn in Moretown that has seen many winters.
Now that snow is in the air, it feels real. Get yourself and your gear ready, winter will be here before you know it.
We hope to see you soon!
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Come to the Big Kicker Winter Kickoff Party on November 19th, with a photo contest, freestyle exhibition and the premier of the new Meatheads movie, Prime Cut. In conjunction with Mad River Glen and the Big Picture Theatre.
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