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Feb 24

Photo of the Week: Lots of Little Snowflakes

Wow. For many, many, many little reasons, the last several days have been a definite highlight of the 2012-13 season. With daily fresh snowfall since Tuesday, as much as 30″ of fresh snowflakes have accumulated across the mountains of the Northeast, with the deepest amounts, per usual, across the northern Greens. Still, even where only 5-6″ has accumulated, abundant fresh tracks have been the rule. With the holiday week in full swing, too, ski areas and ski towns have been full of great vibes. And in the backcountry, the skiing is on par once again with the historic snow cycle of the late December/early January period.

Speaking of snowflakes, we might have our own “Lil’ Snowflake” to thank for the latest snow cycle, as her arrival to the world on Tuesday (Feb 19) seemed to usher in the snow. Our new daughter, Maiana Snow Mohr, was born healthy, strong and vibrant after many months spent skiing upside down and backwards inside the womb – perhaps the ultimate! skiing adventure. Lucky girl. (In the second image below, Emily’s 9 months preggo w/ Lil’ Snowflake)

As the weekend wraps up and snowflakes continue to fall, Lil’ Snowflake seems mesmerized by it all, and we can only imagine what adventures lie ahead.

Let it snow!
-Brian, Emily & Lil’ Snowflake

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  1. Forresto

    The snow gods are very pleased….thanks lil one!

  2. Linda Patterson

    Welcome to the world and congratulations to all. (Welcome to the wonderful wonderful world of being a Grandmother Krista)

  3. Peggy Schorle

    So sweet and congrats to all of you! To Grandma Christa, can’t wait to hear all about her!

  4. Chantal mc Hugh

    Congratulation to the new mother and father. Time is passing so fast [not for the expecting mother ].I forgot when the baby was suppose to come.

  5. Gail Abel

    Congratulations and welcome baby Maiana!

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