The snow gods continued their assault on Sugarloaf. Every time I think the conditions can’t get any better, it snows again. Yesterday they blessed us with at least another 14 inches. This morning’s winds are blowing that about a bit, but the sun and blue sky are poking through the crowds, and early birds should have quite a day. Not me, I’m off to Banff/Lake Louise. More on that, later.
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