Farewell to the 2021-2022 Ski Season
I had a lot of fun this ski season, but I didn't make it to the mountains as much as I thought I would. I bought both the Epic and Ikon passes with high hopes at the beginning of the season. The rest of the family had Ikon. The ski season started for me on Nov 24, 2020 with a backyard cross-country ski. It took me another month until I ventured up to the high country. A-Basin didn't have a whole lot of snow on Dec 23.
I got to ski with the Makofsky family at Copper on New Years Eve.
The next day, Trish and I enjoyed a fresh blanket of snow to ring in the new year. 🎊
There was a boys trip to Jackson Hole in late January.
And more nordic skiing with our pups, Daisy and Kai.
We skied with the Morse Family and played with the Snyders in Steamboat.
And closed out the year with a day off the internet at Mary Jane.
My stats for the season:
- 15 days downhill
- 11 days cross-country
26 days combined is a far cry from last year's 51! It makes a big difference when you rent a place in the mountains like we did last year.
There weren't that many ski days with Abbie and Jack this year. Abbie ended up skiing a lot with friends from CU Boulder. Jack is looking as handsome as ever. Here's his prom photo with friends.
Trish was the fantastic photographer for the big night.
Hefe the Bus is ready for summer, as are we.
We're traveling to Alaska with my folks for their 50th anniversary, Trish just rented an RV for adventuring to Montana, and we have a week-long rafting trip starting at the Gates of Lodore. I hope you get a chance to opt outside in the next few months too. Giddyup and get out there! 🤠