Monday, March 21, 2011

6 feet of snow in the last 7 days. Is it really spring?

Nice to have Aussie housemates who like to shovel!
The snow just keeps coming.... check out how buried my Subaru was after this past week's storm! The forecast for this first week of spring looks equally moisture-laden, and I'll quote the Tahoe Weather Geek.

"Our respite will be brief, as another series of storms is lining up in the Gulf of Alaska and taking aim at Tahoe. We could see another 3 to 4 feet of snow this week, possibly more at the higher elevations around the region."

Not surprisingly, Northstar has announced that the season will be extended by a week, so there are five rather than four more weekends to enjoy.  With the way the weather has been, it's hard to predict if we'll be skiing powder, crud or lovely spring corn, but each offers it's own type of fun.

Now I've switched to teaching primarily on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, but will come in during the week for guest requests.  The switch is due to needing to get cracking on planning events for Group Experiential Learning, the sailboat-based team building and leadership development business which allows me to winter in Tahoe.  Any sailors or team leaders needing a fun way to get a corporate group gelling should give me a shout.

And for those families who've asked about late season ski lessons, I'm currently only booked with requests on the following mornings:

March 25th
March 26th
April 8th and
April 9th

Drop me a line or telephone if you'd like help with a reservation.
 
skiwithjay@gmail.com
(415)601-1325

Cheers,

Jay

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