Red-faced & racoon-eyed

Not a sunny day - Hollyburn Mountain Nobody would have called this a sunny day.

And we were going only for a quick ski up and down Hollyburn for some exercise.

But, we were above 4000 feet.

And I should have known to bring sunscreen. No, I will not show you a picture of my face.

You will notice that the trees are casting vague shadows.

This is where we skied up. We found lots of steep slushy untracked fresh snow for the ski down. It was actually lovely. Spring is here and down at 3000 feet it is melting furiously.

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