Tag Archive: foliage

Oct 08

Photo(s) of the Week (Updated): Fresh Snow… First Turns!

Thanks to fresh snow falling across the highest elevations of the Northeast on Sunday night, snow sliders enjoyed some of their first turns of the season on Monday. And while Old Man Winter welcomed us back with only a few inches of snow at the highest elevations (4-6″ atop the porch railing of a cabin …

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Sep 24

Photo of the Week: One Inch Rule

The last couple of weather fronts and rain storms have ushered in the beautiful fall season in classic form. It’s amazing how Mother Nature, with the flick of a her switch, can take us out of a distinctly summery weather pattern right into the cooler, crispier and breezier days of fall. At least a few …

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Oct 17

Photo of the Week: This Time, Last Year

With snow falling in the high elevations of the White Mountains as we write this, and with reports of mountaintop snowflakes streaming in over the weekend (thanks to Dave Bouchard for the first-hand evidence from the Green Mountain spine on Sunday morning), it’s likely just a matter of days before at least a few of …

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Oct 17

Old Man Winter Returns!

The first significant snow-producing nor’easter of the 2010-11 season dumped 10-30+″ of heavy snow over the highest mountain areas of the Northeast this weekend (VT’s Greens and NY’s Adirondacks, especially), and skiers have been out since Friday (10/15) morning embracing the return of our good friend Old Man Winter. Here are a few images from …

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Oct 14

Photo of the Week: Let it Snow!

It was exactly one year ago when northeastern skiers were making their first turns of the season on our local ski hills and higher elevation pastures. Over 6″ of snow fell at the higher elevations (just enough to coat skiers’ favorite moss- and grass-coated hillsides), and when the fog and clouds cleared, it was a …

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