February 28, 1987
It was a day of blue skies, sunshine and good snow, punctuated by frequent views of billowing
clouds sliding down the side of snow-capped mountains.
By lunch, the wind picked up some but we found shelter in the forested hillsides.
The trip back down was felt to be one of the best “kick-and-glide” experiences of the
season for most.
Herb and Laurie took the express route (the road) and arrived back at the cars a good half-hour
before the rest of us.
All things considered, it was an exercise in extracting the best out of a great day –
let’s do it again, soon!
Skiers were Raejean Larson, Laurie Wright, Herb McMurtry, Richard Heinzkill, Ruth Wisner and Tim Cook,
with periodic guidance provided by Tom Woxell.