Wandering in Wildflowers to Wolverine: Wasatch Summertime Schuss
It’s been a great 12 months of skiing. As a way to celebrate and better remember some of the good times this past season I picked out one of my favorite pictures from each month.
September on Mt. Baker
October in VT.
November finishing up with a surprising (and much awaited) system of storms.
December was tough because it had so many ski days (as could be expected when I only missed 3 days in the entire month). Still, VTAH 5 stands out as some of the deepest turns of my life…
January flew by in a blur of faceshots deep in the Vermont woods
February brought some more technical descents in some of the steeper corners of New England
April was another tricky one – it was still full on winter in the Wasatch for the most part and we had a lot of face shots.
In May it started to warm up, but we got a few late season storms to keep us in the White Room.
July saw John and I ski an awesome chute that I never quite had the motivation to grab midwinter.
August was the 12th consecutive month, and although the skiing certainly didn’t compare to some of the mid winter days, it was still amazing just to get out and enjoy the mountains. As I sat sipping a beer watching the full moon rise over the top of Supreme I couldn’t help but wonder what adventures lie ahead in the next 12 months. The snow will be flying in just a few months, bringing us into yet another ski season.
In the meantime, check out the archive and reminisce about the past season.
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