Adirondack Ski And Eye Candy Report

It is a beauty day in the Adirondacks. Twenty-two degrees and the sky is a brightAdirondack blue. It is tough not to be exuberant. After a long, busy, and wonderful week, a weekend of extended Adirondack skiing awaits. Skiing of all kinds; groomed cross-country, alpine at Whiteface, backcountry trail and woods skiing, are all deeeeluxe in the Adirondacks right now and come highly recommended.
I know it might be tough for readers who don’t live in the Great White North to imagine the current refreshingly cold and crisp outdoor temperatures and the piles of beautiful snow on the ground here. Hopefully today’s morning commute photo will help give you an idea. It shows a Fritz-the-car, eye view of the bobrun that also serves as our driveway at the homestead.
Since pictures speak a thousand words, the photo below shows an Adirondack eye candy treat, courtesy of Mother Nature, who set the sky on fire last night after providing glistening, fast snow for a wonderful late day  ski at Mount Van Hoevenberg.
This might be a good time to point out that time spent outdoors is medicine for breathing creatures. Here’s a link to my Adirondack Wellness Theory, in the event you haven’t yet been subjected to my pestering admonitions to “Get outside!”

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