Monday, July 4, 2011
Thank you all for a great Independence holiday! The weather really cooperated, the Parade was in classic form, the parties, activities and fireworks kept the excitement up all day (and into the night) and it was awesome to see so many friends back in the Valley during summer.
The supernova finale. Check out some fresh video from the Parade and Fireworks.
The local events schedule is already rocking along at a fast pace, with the First Annual Mad Marathon scheduled to kick off on Sunday morning. Sugarbush is hosting an aid station on the East Warren Rd, near the Plunkton Rd. intersection. If you run by or are spectating in the area, say hi!
"The world's most beautiful marathon."
Summer feels like it has been here for a while now, even though it is only two weeks old. Adventure Camps and Skills for the Hills clinics continue to rock, we're having fun seven days a week!
Fresh clean mountain air!
Go Lila! You may recognize her as a winner of the 2011 Castlerock Challenge. Great skiers make great bikers.
While biking, hiking, swimming and disc golf are integral parts of Adventure Camp, there is much more. We learn about the Green Mountain National Forest, wander streams and ponds, check out local flora and fauna and eat fresh wild food, too.
A king's share of chanterelles. Check out great deals on Timbers' specialty programs like the Fungi Fest on July 9th.
Eat more mosquitos.
Despite what Kermit says, being green isn't so hard. Pond living is good.
Bee better here.
The best of summer is here, and the weekend weather looks ideal for all types of outdoor fun, including running 26.2 miles. We hope to see you soon!
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