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Nothing Like Winter

Light powder snow fell as we stomped on every slidable spot. Festive weekend with lots of outdoor lovers and diners even in the rain! Time to thank everyone of you for taking the effort showing up in the middle of nowhere, putting up with insulting weather, proving that we can make the best of a tough situation and smile and be nice. We love our skiers and beyond.

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Ski Info

1/21 8 am: 12 flurries  SNOW DEPTH 0″-3″ SURFACE  lightest of powders PACKED BASE 0″ – 1/2″ CAUTION  terible thin snow skiing Km OPEN 5 km barely and free as always in this… Km GROOMED too thin SNOWFARM 0′-12″ Drifted  Nat’l Nordic (4200′- 4463′) 1″ – 3″ SKIABLE DAYS 17 With 50 KM 10  SKIERS YESTERDAY it was free so we guess 150 

Snow Info

NEW SNOW 1/2″ Last Snowfall 3″ 1/20 4000′ stake 2″4300′ stake 3″ Snow so far 47″ Oct T Nov 9 Dec 20 Jan 18WG_Ski Report.pdf PAXC  SnoCountry

Davis
Clear
07:3117:27 EST
Feels like: 9°F
Wind: 0mph WSW
Humidity: 78%
Pressure: 30.46"Hg
UV index: 0

UPCOMING EVENTS *  WG Calendar 19-20. pdf

Jan 24 Special Olympics Winter Games 8 am
Jan 26 Snowshoe Discovery Hike Disease and Pests on Refuge w/ AmeriCorps Julia
Jan 26 34th Annual 25 km Mountain State Marathon 11 am
Jan 26 Mountain Laurel Learning Coop Annual Fun Raiser Ski A Thon 2 pm

MVY Radio Cape Cod (thanks Joe) * WNRN VA sweet npr *  WYEP Sustainable Pittsburgh *  WYEP Best Albums of 2019

OPEN Daily 10 am-4 pm

Delicious homemade soups, hot panini sandwiches, local beer, fine wine, fresh cookies, desserts and more!

DINNER and LIVE MUSIC SAT Night 6-9 * RESERVATIONS ACCEPTEDWhite Grass January Dinner Menu.pdf

              Sat Jan 26 6-9 pm Salmon Fettuccine w/ Mushrooms and Asparagus * Roasted Root Veggie Pie w/ Mushrooms and Asparagus

Purple Fiddle Do NOT MISS SHOWS 

Western Centuries Jan 25 Bella’s Bartok Jan 31 & Feb 1 Driftwood Feb 15 & 16

Chaga Todd and his Canaan Maple powder taffy

Thin cover at 4000 feet where Mike somehow got up there and found some gliding

To our Season Passers: Optimism Is A Nice Thing To Share Thanks To You…

Patrick & Shirlene & Grace & Gregory Coleman Silver Spring, MD and Gary & Jeanne Zickefoose Bridgeport, WV and Sera & Nico Zegre Morgantown, WV 216 Friends of White Grass

Volunteer Ski Patrollers: Stro, Adam, Ben, Jeff, Penny, Paul, Jason, Gary, Brad, Chip, Joel, Janelle, Liz, Krissy, Mike, John, Dwight, Steve, locals Dr. Ed Rader, Dr. Tom Johnson, and other visiting patrollers. Safety First!

Against Endings by Dorianne Laux

On the street outside the window

someone is talking to someone else,

a baffling song, no words, only the music

of voices-low contralto of questions,

laughter’s plucked strings-voices in darkness

below stars where someone straddles a bike

up on the balls of his feet, and someone else

stands firm on a curb, her arms crossed, two

dogs. nearby listening to the human duet,

stars falling through a summer night

a sudden car passing, rap song thumping,

but the voices, unhurried, return, obligatos afloat

on the humid air, tiny votives wavering

as porch lights go out-not wanting it to stop-

and Mars rising over the flower shop, up

through the telephone wires

… from Facts About the Moon.

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