“Avoid lifting anything heavier than a cup of coffee for the first six weeks after surgery”
This morning I’m giving my left arm some practice for what’s to come. Tomorrow’s the big day. If I don’t wake up, I’ve left the log-in credentials for this blog with a trusted person. :)…and yes, Georgina, you can have my skin skis!
For those of you who are still skiing, some trails were trackset last night in PLPP including Amos, Woolley, Wheeler and Meadow. The weather has finally become “spring like,” so take heed of the remarks on the grooming report.
“Spring conditions have reached the park today with warmer temperatures throughout the day dropping below zero overnight. With melt/freeze temperatures expected this week watch for icy trails in the morning and slushy trails in the afternoon.”
The Weather Network predicts a high of +6°C at Boulton Creek.
The guy who’s flying his helicopter to the top of Elk Pass and starts skiing from there has it all backwards. I’ve always preferred to ski my uphills at the beginning of a ski trip, and enjoy a nice downhill at the end.
I wasn’t the only one who extended my ski season after saying it was finished. This was posted on Facebook yesterday…
As Peter Neumann said on April 17, 2012, “it’s not over yet, if you’re flexible with your equipment, technique, and expectations.”