Well, it didn’t arrive (in the valleys at least) for yesterday’s ‘cross races, but the resorts have gotten another couple feet of snow. Brighton now has a base of 38-inches, compared to just 20-inches before the storm began to roll through. We are still supposed to get more snow today, then a couple days off, […]
40-degrees this morning. FORTY! How are we supposed to get snow when it’s FORTY???? Okay for cyclocross, but bad for skiing (although, I’ll bet it is actually snowing up at the resorts, since they’re about 4000 feet higher than I am right now).
According to the National Weather Service, cyclocross weather (rain/snow) is finally coming to Utah; just in time for the second-last race of the season. Rain/snow is supposed to start on Friday night, and turn into snow on Saturday … hopefully early enough that we’ve got snow before the race, as well as actually getting snow […]
After a long, hot summer, ski season has finally arrived in Utah. Brighton opened on Thursday, 11/17, and I just got an email alert from Solitude Mountain Resort that they are opening two lifts on Monday, 11/21. The anticipation has been killing me. I went skiing for the first time in 20 years this past […]
I’ve been tagged by the best chick at my wedding, the devine mamazilla, the wonderful Lindy Bunny, to list my idiosyncrasies. She even sent me a handy-dandy definition as well: id·i·o·syn·cra·sy n. pl. id·i·o·syn·cra·sies A structural or behavioral characteristic peculiar to an individual or group. A physiological or temperamental peculiarity. An unusual individual reaction to […]
Linda Mack, of Silver Cycles, in Silver Springs, Maryland recently wrote on the Internet-BOB mailing list: A friend of mine had been asking us to help out a friend of hers, a woman with 4 or 5 children and way too little money. Finally someone left a very neglected, elderly Trek Antelope at the store. […]