Get Over It (Part One)!

By:  Greg
November 27, 2010 11:02 pm | Category: Quick Update, Skiing

If you’re living in the PNW this doesn’t apply to you (nice TR Allen!) For the rest of us who still find ourselves on the EC: GET OVER IT. It’s a La Nina year, and that means a jet stream that enjoys putting us in the freezer-box until JUST before it’s about to precipitate… at which point it warms up to 50 degrees. High five. Not.

So what do we do? I already told you: Get over it! Keep the skis in the car, pay attention to the weather, and when it snows: go. If you find something good tweet about it @FISWX. That’s what I did today. If you don’t do any of the above steps: GET OVER IT.
A new friend from Sugarbush RIPS his tele sticks

A new friend whose name I didn’t catch RIPS it up Saturday afternoon. This guy could SHRED. He said he hailed from Sugarbush. Thanks for bringing the snow! It was straight blower!
Did I mention it was deep?

Grubbers from TGR got in on the action too!

Christian showed up just in time to give away the location for the Sunday crowd. Hint: get up here before the rain comes dudes and dudetes.
get up here

Hope to see you all on the hill!
see you on the hill

If you’re still feeling depressed after seeing Allen’s awesome TR, don’t forget it was worse last year at this time around VT. That said… a little holiday shopping never dampened anyone’s spirits (hint: click the calendar banner-link below)


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  1. icelanticskier
    wrote on November 27th, 2010 at 11:39 pm  

    call me when there’s no more grass sticking through! excellent cover in mcmaine:)

    careful in thin cover.


    • Anonymous
      wrote on November 27th, 2010 at 11:44 pm  

      cover is great in vermont too on the McSnow trails… but at least at the top of the lift in vermont you got the option to ski 6″ of fluffanutta on golf-coursey trails if u want 2. its all about options rogah

  2. Josh A
    wrote on November 28th, 2010 at 9:11 am  

    not too shabby looking…nice to see some natural snow again. Wish I could get out today, but I will be a couple states away until this evening

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