We are open and the skiing is good.
It snowed over night about an inch. The tracks are in and the new snow will slow it down. The low last night was 22º. The high today is forecast for 30º. More snow overnight. An inch or 2.
For everyone reading yesterday's drama. Chuck found fuses in Rutland at an auto parts store. Put in in and the snowcat worked. Yeah!
Here is a link to his blog on Noah Hoffman blog about nordic skiing racing. He is from Colorado and has been writing this blog for a year. It is a really good way to follow along with the races from World Cup level.
Our neighbor, Sophie, has a blog up. Read this http://sophiecaldwell.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-little-things.html We are so proud of her, as a friend, an athlete, and most of all as a role model. (Little Maisie, 4.5 years old, is in love.)
The temperatures are cold this winter. Some reminders for dressing warm to get outside.
•Dry clothes! Seems easy, dry socks, wool, just before you go out. Dry mittens. •Dry shirt. We all sweat.
•Layers. No cotton. Wool, polypro, fleece. Windproof.
•Cover your neck. Scarf, neck warmers.
•Dry shirt for after. Again, sweat.
•Remember hand warmers and feet warmers.
With the reroute on the Woodcock, you may want to ski the Snow Goose twice to get a little more distance.
On VPR's Vermont Edition Wild Wings get a mention thanks to Colby. Click here for the link, we are mentioned at minute 31.
Yoga schedule at a glance.
Mon 9am and 5:30 pm
Tues 7:30am and 5:30pm
Fri 7:30am and 9am
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I FOLLOW THE RELIGION OF LOVE
My heart has become capable of every form:
It is a pasture for gazelles,
And a monastery for Christian monks,
And a temple for idols,
And the Ka’aba of the pilgrims,
And the tablets of the Torah,
And the book of the Qur’an.
I follow the religion of Love:
Whatever path Love’s camel takes,
That is my religion and my faith.
Wild Wings Ski Touring Center and Yoga
PO Box 132
246 Styles Lane
Peru, VT 05152