Clay Brook at Sugarbush
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... sunnier periods,
resulting in precipitation frequently as rain, much manmade snow and often icy
conditions, and very cold temperatures on the clearer, sunnier days. With it
being bitterly cold this month, things at Killington are not as they usually
are. The snow is deep and natural and powdery, but most days are so cold and
windy that getting out for more than just a few runs at a time is painful.
So I got in far less skiing that I had hoped, just one full
... our next door neighbor got on the train in our car in Philadelphia. Don't ever try to run away from home or have an affair on a train. You are highly likely to meet your best friend or neighbor or relative or so it seems.
And now, the trip is done. The sand is far away. We are deeply immersed in the fun and games of Fat Toad Farm but thankful to everyone that made this trip possible and a special thanks to LaDawn and Proctor for their most excellent ...
The trip to New York City began at 6:30am on Monday, 1/26/2015. Unexpectedly, we had to leave an entire day early to beat the storm Juno, coming up the East Coast. Mom and I left the house and went to Rutland, where we got coffee, rations and a ...
... thank our hosts for their genuine kindness and gracious hospitality. The Browns' bountiful spirit made our return to New England an experience that Maura and I will always cherish.
Elated to be back on Surly, we rode through Ripton and the Bread Loaf Campus of Middlebury College on our ...
... Gore gloves and silk liners. Chain back on, fumbling to fit my greasy, numb hands back into the gloves made me think about the frigid mountain weather that was in my near future. I shuddered at the image of camping in Vermont's Green Mountains or New Hampshire's White Mountains. It started to drizzle as I rode another couple of miles uphill before reaching the ...