Late last week: blue skies and temps in the 20s…
Late afternoon in Elinor's Field
The forest critters out and about
Hannah's art gallery in our living room- the inspiration for my attempts at photography
Saturday: Marathon Tour, very windy, tricky waxing, rain showers begin in the afternoon
The drifts across Rocking Rock Road, location of the Tour's first food station
Craftsbury BKLers take a break partway through the Tour
Judy and Ethan help supervise a post Tour biathlon clinic. We had 30 participants show up and we had to run a second session.
Sunday: 12 hour Torrential Downpour…
"Rumble in the Rain:" Craftsbury's first (in modern times) biathlon race. Matt is lining up participants for the start of the novice race. This picture doesn't do justice to how devastatingly drenching it was. Initially we were hesitant to hold the race because we didn't think any one would show up (wrong! we had a whooping 15) and we thought we might damage the trails. Little did we realize what the weather gods had in store…
… Switching to blizzard and one of Vermont’s bigger snowstorms in recent memory
HOLY *#$%! The view out our backdoor Monday morning. And it was still coming down.
We thought about skiing off the roof, but the upstairs window was snowed in too.
Digging out the cars.
Ollie marks where the Mercedes is so that Corey doesn't hit it with the plow
Tuesday: Back to blue skies