Everyday I see the eager beavers and die hards walk by carrying their skis, their boards, some wearing brand new gear, while other gear is old and tattered. I say good for them. I've gone up early season in years past, and probably will be soon (just to get the legs back), but take my time these days.
I'm patient to watch the snow come in naturally. I even spent many nights, creating eyelash icicles as a snowmaker at the Breckenridge Ski Resort. It's a cold, hard job, and I know there are guys going out there tonight to do that. Nowadays, I let the youngins take care of that. We are working on bringing on new planning help, as we're already booking jobs for this winter and next summer, so no, it's not too late to get in touch and see what we can do for you.
I took this image on my rounds around town earlier today. This was on the lower slopes of Peak 9 in Breck.
Pay parking is now in effect, so make sure to cough up the dough, or you'll find a nice orange ticket waiting for you. If you're planning a trip anytime soon to Breckenridge, please visit the town's website to learn all about the fun stuff like parking, event considerations and anything within town limits.
The shop's are stocked with this year's crop of mandatory t-shirts and have even hung the lights. Now, all we need is snow. So, you, yes you, get up and dance, or at the very least, give a little wiggle that will count towards a snow dance, and we'll all be having our winter wonderland exeperiences very soon. Thanks for reading (and snowdancing)!
Alpenglow on Mt. Baldy