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Farmers' Almanac on our Side

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.

November 2012
1-3   Fair
4-7   Stormy, with heavy rain, snow, then clearing, cold. 
8-11 Light snowsflurries New England, then fair.
12-15 Fair.
16-19 Stormy againclearingmuch colder.
20-23 Fair, then rain mixed with wet snow mountains of New England
24-27    Mostly fair, cold.
28-30 Generally fair.
December 2012
1-3 Snow Mid-Atlantic States to New England, then clearing.
4-7 Unsettled.
8-11 Some snow New EnglandWintry mix Mid-Atlantic.
12-15 Snowstormwith significant accumulations down to MarylandVirginiathen faircold.
16-19 Unsettled.
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.

Win

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