It’s the last day of March and that means ski season is over for most, and winding down for the rest. I have said it so many times: I just had the best winter of my life spent at home because I got to ski so much. Thanks Dad! We started the ski season off… Continue reading That’s a Wrap on Ski Season
June 11, 2019 The western-style breakfast did not disappoint this morning with French toast, classic biscuits and gravy, eggs, fruit, yogurt and more. However, we had even more exciting things to do besides eat breakfast today. First up: horseback riding. I chuckled when Pop Pop said he was interested in a horseback ride, because I… Continue reading Cross Country Road Trip: Utah
June 10, 2019 I really wish I could have stayed longer in Fort Collins with my family. Besides just being very artsy, Fort Collins seems to have a very outdoorsy culture with many activities centered around the nearby mountains. I was of course just thankful to see my family and my mini-me cousin, since I… Continue reading Cross Country Road Trip: Colorado to Utah
No vacation is complete without some fantastic food, so I wanted to give you a small taste of the good eats I was fortunate enough to have during my stay here in Park City: Night One: Dad and I were recommended to a few places, so we headed down to the old Park City via… Continue reading Park City, Utah: Good Eats
I do not think we could have asked for a better last day of skiing. Dad and I absolutely nailed the first half of the day, revisiting some of our favorite runs and trying out some new trails. Every single trail we took was beautiful. The trails had a couple of inches of fresh powder… Continue reading Park City, Utah Day 4: Foggy and Fun
Another epic day out in Park City! Dad and I have been so fortunate with the killer conditions on the mountain.
The birds were chirping and so was I!
Today was my first day of skiing in a whole year! Since I became a college student, my ability to hop in a car during the weekend and drive to the Poconos or Vermont to shred some trails has dwindled. I have been fortunate enough during my college breaks to go to Colorado twice with… Continue reading Park City, Utah: Day 1