Winter is Here
December 07, 2009
The snow is a little late this year, but it’s finally here. Several areas of the state did receive a few inches over the weekend, and more snow is in the forecast this week. It won’t be long before the mountains are fully covered with fresh powder.
Some ski resorts, including Stowe, Killington, Okemo, and Sugarbush, are now open for the season. More ski areas will open this week as temperatures drop and the snow continues to fall.
Now that winter has arrived, I am hoping to take more photos of ski areas this season. The above image, taken on a blustery January day at Stowe a few years ago, captures everything I love about winter.
Looking forward to getting out there once again.
Cedar ...Posted at 18:42h, 07 December
Still no snow sticking to the ground here in the Champlain Valley,… but I think Whiteface opened this past Saturday too. At least it’s getting cold enough to be able to make snow even if we don’t get a lot of the natural suff!
TonyPosted at 13:28h, 08 December
Thank you for your invitation. Please do not you call me, I am still very young. For us who live in Alicante (Spain) have some time this year in spring. Cuuando able pasate por el blog that I have “what you see my eyes” and see an overview of Benidorm carried out from their island in front. Hope you like it. Greetings
elvira pajarolaPosted at 16:26h, 08 December
Oh, I just adore this picture..! It promises a wonderful winter…!!
Have a beautiful week!
BobbiePosted at 02:46h, 09 December
So beautiful! You make me long to see Vermont!
Steve MeasePosted at 05:12h, 09 December
Nice to discover your blog. You do have a pretty nice job from the looks of it.
Erica HouskeeperPosted at 02:04h, 10 December
Cedar — Thanks. I hope you got some snow today. I bet Whiteface looks beautiful after today’s storm.
Tony, Elvria and Bobby — thank you for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed the photo.
Steve — I’m so happy you found the site. Yes, I guess my job is pretty nice!
AnonymousPosted at 02:05h, 10 December
Can’t wait to hit the slopes!
Rich McCreaPosted at 23:47h, 29 January
The picture of Stowe Mtn. ski area looks awesome. They have some fairly good terrain it appears. We need some snow here in Idaho..there is about 4 feet above 5,000 feet…but we need more!