Tag Archive: greens

Mar 18

Photo of the Week: Forrest Flying

Yes, forest is usually spelled with one “r”, but in this case, it’s our friend Forrest we’re talking about here. Forrest likes to fly when descending a deeply snow covered and relatively steep hardwood forest, especially when there’s an abundance of flight-assisting ledges, downed trees and boulders scattered about…and especially when it’s mid March – …

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Nov 12

Gear Giveaway: Winter 10/11 – How Deep?

We all know it can snow a lot in the northeast – and the powder can be absurdly deep – but we rarely go through a winter without a bit of rain and warm weather washing away at least some of the snowy gains we’ve made. Still, the snow can really pile up, and during …

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Nov 09

Skiing the Greens – Early November 2010

On Monday (11/8), while rain, sleet and freezing rain cancelled schools in the valleys, a thin layer of fresh “snow” in the mountains took the edge off the weekend’s crust at all but the highest elevations.

Apr 20

Close Encounters With Old Man Winter

It was really nice to see Old Man Winter again on Monday. We found him high above Vermont’s Mad River Valley, getting ready to set off again after a nice weekend in the mountains. He left us a good blanket of snow to enjoy, and he hinted that he would likely be back again soon …

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Dec 23

Skiing and Salad Greens

After a recent day spent skiing beautiful December powder close to home here in Vermont, we were hungry for some dinner. So we headed for the garden with some generic klonopin online scissors and a collecting bowl. Even now in mid-December, we are still harvesting tender salad greens and spinach from the cold frames in …

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