And now we are in shoulder season. H is out on his road bike, but bundling up because it's been chilly - seasonable, but chilly. There is far too much snow in the Wasatch and Uintah mountains for hiking and the MTB trails are too wet to ride. Rather than bore you with our recent stay-at-home-and-do-chores weekend (sweeping patio and garage, mowing the lawn, weeding, cleaning up the backyard, reorganizing closets and the mudroom, epic piles of laundry), here are some representative and retrospective photos from this past ski season. Ah, winter.
Mid-December it finally really starts snowing
Early January in Devil's Castle - soft!
Devil's Castle in shadow
Gorgeous day to go into the Yellow Trail area
Partygoer on the GMD patio
Really stacking up late February
When your jacket matches the March sky
Late season Superior looming large
K in the house
At season's end
P.S. I realize that there are scarcely any storm photos here, despite how many we got. I can only say that it's because we were concentrating on skiing the storms, not documenting them.