Good morning Skiers and Riders;
Ma Nature has been kind enough to leave us a couple of feet or close to it last night as a little token of her appreciation of our Fall Snow Dances. Winds have backed off and temps have dropped from yesterday so its a typical Sierra Storm with gradually lighter snow as the storm progresses. Should be excellent skiing, the only downside is that Slide Access Rd is closed once again so its the Rose Parking Cluster Program. I think NDOT is a little spooked after grappling with the size of the last Nightmare slide and all the trees buried in the debris… could have been much worse had vehicles been stuck in there, slammed and buried…
Any activity will again rise with the new snow… be careful in the BC!
Also wanted to mention the generosity of Mt. Rose in once again hosting the Pioneer High School Ski Program through Project Discovery. The “never-ever” students yesterday braved the storm and the long lift ride into the wind up the Wizard all day and learned to rise above adversity together, helping, coaxing, and coaching one another toward excellence. Every one of them learned how to control their skis, stop, turn and “let’em run” during the day… and you can see it in their faces at the end of the day. Kudos to their Principal Jason Zona and Mt. Rose for allowing these students to see beyond the “four walls” of their day-to-day school life and into an extraordinary day on the mountain. Its a big wide world out here and those students got to enjoy it yesterday!
Yeah, thats right… happy people in school! Only at Pioneer High!
Circling up discussing the meaning of Life (and skiing)
Playing together means staying together
Beauty is where you find it!
Workin the Bliz
Proud to be “Gettin after it.”