Thursday, 09 February 2017

More Daylight!

North end of the Sangres in the early morning North end of the Sangres in the early morning Doug Bishop

The days are getting longer, the sun is stronger. We're glad that we are getting a respite from the cold temperatures we had for much of January. There will no doubt be more cold and snow. The aquifer can use whatever we get and we will rejoice instead of complaining when more snow comes. However, the past few days have been nice, if a bit hazy. We are technically midway through winter, though we often have May snowstorms. If you are planning a "dead of winter" visit, remember to call ahead and check availability.

north end of the Sangres in the early morning - Doug Bishop Lower heated pool - Doug Bishop

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