Tuesday, September 4, 2012
The 2013 Farmers' Almanac has just hit the stands and here is a summary of November and December in the Northeast. It looks very promising, so I would recommend signing up for your Badge of Honor (aka Sugarbush season pass) before special early-season pass pricing expires on September 12th.
I don't see any references to hornets in the Almanac. But Mike Wing confirmed that they are building high in the trees at the golf course as well in the lift towers.
|4-7||Stormy, with heavy rain, snow, then clearing, cold.|
|8-11||Light snows, flurries New England, then fair.|
|16-19||Stormy again, clearing, much colder.|
|20-23||Fair, then rain mixed with wet snow mountains of New England|
|24-27||Mostly fair, cold.|
|1-3||Snow Mid-Atlantic States to New England, then clearing.|
|8-11||Some snow New England. Wintry mix Mid-Atlantic.|
|12-15||Snowstorm, with significant accumulations down to Maryland, Virginia, then fair, cold.|
|20-23||Snow from Pennsylvania and New York to Maine. Showery across Mid-Atlantic States, then clearing, very cold.|
Before the cold and the snows arrive, we have a number of other fun things happening around the resort. On September 27, I hope you will join me and a very talented team from Champlain College to focus on the balance of mind, body, and soul. My wife, Lili, will kick-off the day-long program with morning yoga. Champlain professors will lead a series of thought-provoking seminars. I will give you a preview of my book about the history and culture of Merrill Lynch that I plan to publish next year. And John Egan will lead some afternoon adventures on the hill before we end with a delightful dinner and beautiful music.
It will be a perfect way to prepare for a long and snowy winter.