The full text of that saying is… “No such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing.” Credit for coining that phrase goes to Alf Skrastins who is also the author of tonight’s featured trip report… “Obviously a lot of other SkierBob regulars were looking at the weather forecasts and grooming…
This will be the first of two updates for this special day. In my second update, I’ll post Bill Milne trail photos which will take your breath away. PLPP Tracksetter James sent the above photo and these remarks regarding Patterson trail:
I can finally add Ribbon Creek to the list for this winter. I went the non-recommended direction but the steep hills were easy to descend on the excellent conditions.
This early in the season, I like to keep reminding readers to click on the Trip Reports tab on the main menu to see what’s transpiring. Today, it’s only 7 pm, and we’ve already got reconnaissance
Tracksetter Jeff is out working tonight and sent me another photo of the Kovach picnic table. He remarked…
-Gordon, Ken, Rory, and Larry at the top of the Screamer- These trails are so enjoyable when the snow is plentiful, cold, and groomed, as it is now.
-Members of the Norseman Ski Club on Aspen trail in Kananaskis- Tomorrow(Saturday) may offer the most choices for skiing ever. Trails in the
-Trinity, Terry, and Dominic on Terrace trail near Kananaskis village- I waited for the temperature to warm up and arrived at Ribbon creek
Email received from TSJ(Tracksetter Jeff) today at 1:13 pm: “Hi Bob, I was thinking we need a little help naming the big hill on Ribbon. We have the Skogan Screamer and the Skogan Slash but right now all we have is the Ribbon Hill. “
TSJ took the above photo at Ribbon creek and sent this information with it: “No grooming tonight. Looks like it’s the 3 w’s Windy,Warm and Waxless skis.”