Good morning Skiers and Riders,
After an epic weekend of CPN (Cold Pow Now) we have awakened as if
from a dream that we were in Montana to the less than cold reality of
warmer temps and stiff winds. Rose had some nice soft bumps yesterday
with great morning groomers and some nice off-piste chutes skiing with
places where the snow had set up into stiff batter. One had to hunt
and peck. Today expect potential wind holds and lifts with gusty SW
winds. Call before you call. I will update the report after a sneak
preview. The sun yesterday did do damage on South facers however and
sadly… the Davis run has crusted over…
For all who did ski Davis Creek yesterday… I am sure you still have
the same stupid smile on your faces as your memory drifts back to
miles of powder. Congrats to Nathan Corona who is pictured below who
managed to rack up a magnificent 20,000 vertical feet of powder turns
yesterday in Davis skiing from bell to bell. Not many people can say
they have skied that much bc pow without a helicopter! Also
condolences to Bill Rolshoven of Reno, who wound up sticking to
warming epoxy-like powder which sent him to the bar after two runs.
May the beer be with you my brother.
Of course I went along to verify Nathan’s record as your loyal servant
and I can verify, as long as the runs were not facing South, it was
steep, religiously deep and orgasmic.