|Bluebird, new snow, skihill closed....couldn't get better|
|Taking 'selfie' in reflection off of lift shack|
Unfortunately, I've been fighting dizziness and fatigue.
Despite that I took a "snow day" on Friday, May 1 and headed to Kings Hill and enjoyed about 6 inches of new powder atop the hardpack. It was bluebird and warm; warm enough that the snow got like mash potatoes by about 11 a.m.
I took two top to bottom runs on Big Seven, one on Speculation and two on Muley before doing a partial run on Big Seven and out.
Then, it was off to soak at White Sulphur Springs, hoping that "taking the waters" would help me.
On the way home I was so fatigued I stopped at the Sluice Boxes State Park for a nap before getting back to Great Falls.
The Little Belt snow was quite good, but weather reports indicate that up to 4 FEET of new snow fell along the Rocky Mountain Front.
I suspect my symptoms indicate a return of some hypothyrodism I battled 15 years ago.
I made the most of it though, on a rare May snow day.