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New Family Hobby

So we’ve started a new family hobby. A few months ago I signed up for an ER conference up in the mountains at a ski resort. 602 more words


Winter is... Over

Well, we’ve done it. We have managed to make it through our first “proper” winter all in one piece. We won’t listen to all of the locals who keep telling us that it might have been the warmest winter ever, as we think, not seeing anything above zero degrees for four months is plenty cold. 717 more words


Just get out!

It was a weekend to giving up the cabin fever.

Saturday was clear and sunny. The temperature reached a balmy 20 degrees as I set off down the road for the Snowmobile Races in Dublin NH. 441 more words


Snow-shoeing or Writing or Writing about Snow-shoeing?

There must be some way I can write my snow-shoeing expeditions into my current book. But I think not. My plot takes place in Maine’s One-hundred Mile Woods. 45 more words


A New Experience

This is February vacation week, though with all the snow days we’ve had this month one would hardly know the difference. Even if we had school this week, Monday was Presidents’ Day and that would have been the fourth Monday in a row with no school. 1,293 more words

Santa’s Village to be renamed SkyPark at Santa’s Village  

SkyPark at Santa’s Village should be open in late summer 2015

Mountain residents and visitors alike fondly recall the days when Santa’s Village, located just off Highway 18 between Running Springs and Sky Forest, was the spot where Santa Claus and cold weather activities made Lake Arrowhead a great wintertime destination in Southern California. 413 more words

Lake Arrowhead

The Oops in Whoops

Winter came late this year in New England. January arrived and we were worried that the season would pass without enough snow sticking for snow showing. 511 more words