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May Moves

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Remember last week when we mentioned 6-8" of snow were forecasted ...

That was accurate! May 6th, 2011.

Warmer weather and long daylight hours made sure the new snow didn't last very long, however it was a very pretty contrast for a while. There are lots of beautiful scenes right now though.

Bursting with life and color.

The fresh leaves and buds look almost autumn-like, with bright yellows and reds predominating.

A few days after the snow ...

The Sugarbush Golf Course is open! Photo by Sandy Macys

Even the snow didn't stop the Sugarbush Golf Course from opening this week. The course is in great condition and the grounds crew is working hard on maintenance and improvements. The fun never stops here.

Check out a new video ... Egan's Law of WorkFunPlay.

The Mad River Valley Walk and Roll Festival starts this weekend with the annual Family Bike and Trike Swap at Waitsfield Elementary. On Sunday at 10am, as part of the Fest, I am leading a beginner bike tour at the Sugarbush Pond/ Kingsbury Greenway on Route 100. This is a great way to kick off the season!

The bike routes in Camel's Hump and Phen Basin State Forests officially open today! Check out the new Mad River Riders' map.

Trail work has started too. Please adopt a trail this summer!

It's a spring thing.

Get out in the sunshine and we hope to see you soon!

John Atkinson
Director of Strategic Programs and Partnerships
802-583-6534 | jatkinson@sugarbush.com

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