We are back! I had such a busy January I haven’t been able to keep up. Also, too much work and not enough play! to report. Conditions were night and day from last Sunday to Wednesday. Sunday was a skating rink! We had just enough edge on new sharp skis to travel around the mountain and have some fun, but boy it was slick, and a definite “no fall day”! And a day to watch out for others so as not to take the “slide for your life”. We stuck to intermediate terrain and had fun, carefully! Wednesday was so much better. Killington had made, and continued to blow, a huge amount of snow, so all the trails we skied from Bear to Needles, then Training Stations to Mousetrap all had a nice, new fresh manmade surface that skied beautifully and was actually soft and really fun! Below are a couple of shots of Murray and I skiing Wildfire on Wednesday. Since then, on Friday, Groundhog Day, we got a very ‘localized’ powder storm of 6″-8″ at home and 8″-10″ on the mountain, that was the softest, lightest dream snow ever ! A total surprise! Yea us!