I managed to get a few runs in today before heading back to gather my son up for our weekly trip. He had school this week, and while I had work, his school wouldn't let him do it from Davis like my work would
While the heavy rain overnight did not seem to do significant damage, it did seem to make the top of the mountain harder (more firm) if that is possible. It was pretty darn icy up there
That leads me to my advice for the weekend - even if TLine gets the snow that we're all hoping for I would strongly
suggest you sharpen your edges before you come. I think even with grooming the surface underneath whatever we get is going to be very, very hard
. Some might even use the 'i' word
How was the skiing today? Well, it was fine, but it helped to know the mountain Top of Upper White Lightning Bottom of Upper White Lightning (looking up)
Hope to meet a few of you at T-Line this weekend. In the cold I'm in black and black, with black gloves
and Blue RX-6s with grayish blue boots. I will be at the top for the 10:30 meeting and if my legs hold up, will try to get up there at 2:30 as well.