Per usual we scooted back over to Supreme and I was pleased to discover that I felt better and was skiing better (not well, but better than the day before). We did Catherine's a couple of times, finding a newly opened gate and untracked snow in and around Sunset, So Long and the Back Forty. No. 9 Express was also holding up pretty well as was the White Squaw Area. We even had a brief encounter with Supreme's resident porcupine who was trundling unconcernedly up one of the groomed run-outs, completely ignoring the paparazzi skiers.
No swimming at Cecret Lake!
The best runs we had were once again off the Sugarloaf chair: down Razor Back to Cecret Lake, then down the switchbacks that you hike up to the lake in the summer, and then through the trees below Devil's Elbow. Super-soft snow and plenty of it. Not that we don't need more, of course. There's a little storm system moving in early this coming week that might bring a little bit, but what we really need are some big dumpers. This weekend was a pretty good one but there's a ton of terrain that's still closed because of all the rocks. Come on, Mother Nature, help us out!