I’ve been skiing more than climbing lately, mostly on account of the snow that keeps falling. I skied North Doublehead and the Avalanche Brook trail this past weekend, the Sherbie last week and Bretton Woods the weekend before. I’m headed out again today for my lunchbreak to get a couple of runs in.
I did, however, do a couple climbing-related stories for work in the last couple days, one about a rescue on Mount Washington late Saturday night and the other about the history, culture and economy of climbing here in the Mount Washington Valley. Both of them might be of interest to SOG readers.
It’s supposed to be snow about eight inches tonight. I’m headed out tomorrow to grab some turns before work, part of my perpetual quest to sieze the day. Hopefully you sieze it too.