Look what the weather has teed up for our Last Week of Blizzard!
We had an amazing day on March 2nd. Sunshine, awesome snow, good class participation and a lot of smiling faces. I trust our overnight trippers to Granite Peak also had a great time as their conditions were similar. This brings us to the close of the season with only one remaining scheduled trip. But as I sit in Savannah wondering how I am going to get home tomorrow, I am all smiles for the last day of Blizzard as we take the season out with great snow.
For the Lincoln Park crowd, I will have the entire Lost and Found available from the back of my wagon – a yard sale of sorts. Feel free to come down to the buses even if you are not skiing with us this Saturday. I will try to post pictures of the paraphenalia we have (and there is lots of it) so that the River Forest crowd can see if their treasures have been saved from being lost forever. After the end of March we will donate the reusable stuff and throw away everything else, so I encourage you to look at what we have collected, if nothing else, then for the entertainment value.
Like I did a year ago, the end of the season will close out with an online survey that I encourage everyone to fill out – even if you never skied this season (I want to know the reason for that, too.) The only way your experience can get better is if I know what needs to be improved. I’ve made many changes to the process over the past couple of years and I suspect there are many more to come.
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There are quite a number of new members and new faces. We are happy to introduce members of similar abilities and ages to each other to form new friendships. We encourage skiing and boarding with others and we are all accepting of each other as new friends.
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