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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Summer is truly rolling in the Mad River Valley! With last week's rain turned to sun, nature's growth has exploded into head-high ostrich ferns, colorful wildflower flushes and so many chunky blackberry blossoms that we're already salivating over the future fruit. I can wax poetic about any time of the year in Vermont, but summer's easy living and the incredible variety of vistas, flavors and fun make this period extra special.

Johnny Egan getting ready for the lift-served season to start.
In the spin zone. Johnny Egan prepping for the lift-served season.

Be sure to join us for a summer preview next weekend as Sugarbush hosts the US Grand Prix of Mountain Biking and the Brewgrass Festival. Bikes and beers? Sounds like heaven. Stayed tuned next week for a course rundown and some tasty beverage choices that should not be missed.  

Check in with Egan.

Shaping and smoothing.
Chad building some fun on the mountain cross course. Kid's Day is June 23rd!

Round is sound.
Round is profound. 

Fruit of the season.
It's a vine line.

Dramatic thunderhead over Camel's Hump
Thunderhead over Camel's Hump.

The skies have cleared out again for the most part and it looks like a fun weekend ahead. We hope to see you soon!

John Atkinson
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange

Curves and arcs
Petal to the medal.

Pink globally, blob locally.
Pink globally, blob locally.

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John Atkinson

About John Atkinson

Follow our own 'John of all Trades' as he explores and documents adventures in and around Sugarbush Resort and the Mad River Valley.



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