May everyone find some sunshine and happiness in these uncertain times. Sweet season for outdoor activities locally in the green rain forest jungle. Health and safety to all. Our sun’s heading slowly back toward winter. Safety and distancing will be our focus this winter and will be online with new set of rules and protocol as we determine the best ways to be open.
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Heavy Summer Snowstorm Roaring Plains
To our Season Passers: Optimism Easier With You
225 Dedicated Skiers
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!
Sleeping on My Side by Billy Collins
Every night, no matter where I am
when I lie down, I turn
my back on half the world.
At home, it’s the east I ignore,
with its theatres and silverware,
as I face the adventurous west.
But when I’m on the road
in some hotel’s room 213 or 402
I could be pointed anywhere,
yet I hardly care as long as you
are there facing the other way
so we are defended in all degrees
and my left ear is pressing down
as if listening for hoof beats in the ground.