Since ski season is nearing its conclusion and I still have lots of readers, it’s a good opportunity to acknowledge a recent comment and all the commenters who have contributed to this blog.
In school, I always received 100% in spelling, and I never had to study for English exams, but my “analytical” nature didn’t endow me with much in the way of creative writing ability. I couldn’t say the same for my friend Chip who gave us this gem on his recent trip report:
“…A very slow day without the soul-mending rhythm of typical skiing”
It paints a clear picture of my mindset when striding and gliding along the ski trail in perfect snow conditions, and helps me re-live the blissfulness and deep pleasure of those ski trips.
Other commenters on this blog have given colourful, expressive and eloquent descriptions of their ski adventures, and it’s one of the things I love to read on here, so thanks to everyone for your comments and trip reports.
If you haven’t watched this video, it reminds me of just such a wonderful day(that’s Chip in the video): Skiing in a picture postcard