Saturday, November 10, 2007

It might not be snowing where you are...


...and it isn't here in Maine either, but thanks to some much desired cold temps, the snowmmakers at Sunday River have done a hell of job getting the mountain open and expanding terrain. I thought I would share a nice shot from the top of Locke Mountain with a view towards Mount Washington Valley. Enjoy!

8 comments:

rel=nofollowMatt G Hoekzema's Blog said...

Thanks for the review! I added you to stumbleupon too. Have a great holiday!

rel=nofollowTeige Benson said...

Oh, it's snowing where I am - although we don't have as much on the ground as in the picture.

Nice shot, though.

rel=nofollowTalina said...

I want it to snow here.... Where has fall been and will we see a white winter?

rel=nofollowNatalie said...

This isn't related to your post. But, yay for Pedroia! :) I totally think he deserved the rookie of the year, how about you?

rel=nofollowBeth said...

You're Blog A Day post is up :)

It's been way too warm here in West Virginia for even the machines to produce snow at our resorts. Mid-November and it's 55 and raining out. Have you ever been white water rafting? You should visit the Gauley River here, if you have.

rel=nofollowLeigh said...

What's snow?

rel=nofollowMel : ) said...

wow - it looks magic! soooooo far from the snow here!

rel=nofollowKristie said...

Im jealous! I am waiting and waiting and waiting for the snow here in Norway.