Time to get after it.
Regardless of conditions its go time. Luckily conditions are getting better almost 3 feet in the alpine and storms are coming. But that 3 feet shrinks quickly and skiing is dubious below 6000 ft.
I spent three days touring outside of Vancouver, one towards the Black Tusk, which was whiteout and not great, followed by 2500ft of down walking. Then a day off Blackcomb, skiing Husume and The Glacier, which was fun, and then 1200 feet of down walking. Then up Whistler and some ok turns and 1500 feet of down walking.
And now a day out of Revelstoke, so I am starting to get after it again just slowly and not with huge days. The inner coach is pissed off and ready to rock but we need a tiny bit more snow.
Today on our way touring, my buddy Joey’s van, slipped its timing belt. Mid road Joey did a complete belt change, which was impressive and we continued to drive up higher. A screw got loose and screwed things up again, but a full timing belt change on a logging road! Seriously who does that and then continues driving upwards. I thought we had it till the screw messed things up. Regardless,we managed to change vehicles and ended up getting some decent skiing in. Anyhow tired and ready for bed.