March 1, 2024. like a lion.

Winds battered the lodge overnight with gusts in the 50-60 mph range for the last 24 hours.

Strong winds remained this morning during orientations, winds strong enough we didn’t feel comfortable to open the hangar door so we did the aircraft orientation inside.

Conrad came up big again, with the skiing improving each run as snowfall rates increased throughout the day.

Eight runs in the snowcats to bring in the month of March.

It is currently dumping at the lodge with a winter storm warning through tomorrow (Saturday) night with up to 2 feet of new snow likely.

It’s about to go down.

See you for an early morning plow. (Of snow).

Night Night.