Blue Day Two

The sun is shining. We have around +1 temperatures (give or take depending on where on the hill you happen to be) with a wind chill making it feel like - 7 (give or take depending on how much shelter you have from the wind at any given time).  That's pretty close to ideal ski conditions.  

The students have again been making tracks in the snows of Blue, going up, coming back down, and going up again before coming back down again. That's pretty much all there is to skiing, but I didn't confirm any of this information (especially the weather) with Wikipedia, so take it with a grain of salt and maybe a little pepper too. 

We're looking to board the bus at 4 and will likely arrive back at the school sometime this evening. A more approximate time will be posted upon departure. 

 Atop Blue! Hello world! 

Atop Blue! Hello world! 

 Getting ready to go down! 

Getting ready to go down! 

 What a beautiful looking run! 

What a beautiful looking run! 

 Annual acquisition of Beaver Tails... No beavers were harmed in the capturing of this image. As for beavers harmed in Canadian history - well that's a story for another day. 

Annual acquisition of Beaver Tails... No beavers were harmed in the capturing of this image. As for beavers harmed in Canadian history - well that's a story for another day. 

 Sure we'll get a pic here... The line up for Beaver Tails is long at the moment. 

Sure we'll get a pic here... The line up for Beaver Tails is long at the moment. 

 But sooooo worth it. 

But sooooo worth it.