Rob Gallos

  • Also downhill sections had soft snow which made it very easy to negotiate downhill turns.

  • Skied this morning. Skied Esker and Lime Kiln. Both were very good and mostly fast. A thin layer of fresh snow covered the icy glaze on the tracks. That made for good grip and glide. No debris seen. A very enjoyable ski. Hopefully forecasted rain tonight won’t happen.

  • Today I skied most of the classic trails and everything is groomed and excellent condition. I stand corrected on my previous post. I must have got out skiing before grooming was complete. My apologies if this caused any confusion. Now if we can only get the local deer population to eat all the debris on the ski trails. 🙂

    • We skied Bluestem Wednesday afternoon, and agree with Rob about the debris (c’mon deer!). We found the worst section was the southeast leg from Chickadee to the stables, where there are more evergreen trees.

  • We skied Bluestem, Chickadee, esker and Lime Kiln this morning. Both Chickadee and Bluestem are freshly groomed and nice and fast. Although Esker and Lime Kiln are in good condition they sure could use a fresh grooming. The wind was not much of a factor. Overall, a great day.