Pretty, pretty day
Supreme stayed busy all day and the trails off Sugarloaf were well-populated. It never seemed all that crowded, however, and at lunchtime there were plenty of empty tables at Alf's - although lots of folks were taking advantage of the warmer temperatures and sitting outside. In the afternoon, the snow softened and got fun to ski on, especially Upper Big Dipper off the Supreme chair. I was on my old Volkls - just taking them out for a spin for the heck of it - and I could definitely feel the difference between them and my new Salomons. The Volkls are very light and easy to turn and my knees didn't ache halfway through the afternoon, but I did actually miss my Salomons because they have more of an edge at this point, plus the Volkls just seemed a bit too light. As much as we desperately want it to snow (and snow a lot), it was a stunning, gorgeous day to be out skiing.
Sunday's statistics: 21 runs; 29,753 vertical. And in comparison, Mt. Everest is 29, 029 feet high.