Tuesday, November 22, 2011

A View From Above

Looks like winter is finally here! Our Snowmakers were hard at work again early this morning to get a nice coat of white on the slopes from top to bottom. The Weather Man is also saying that tonights storm might bring up to 14 inches of snow. Now that's what we like to hear!

We got the opportunity to hop on a plane this morning and cruise around Cranmore to check out the snow coverage so far, thanks to our Snowmaking Crew. Here are some of the shots we got from the sky:

All photos taken by April Deschenes


Samuelmiller said...

Wonderful view to relax your mind. I visit alike place last weekend I was having an anxiety due to academic pressure but thanks to one of my friend who told me a place like this to relax mind and also a help by dissertation writing service providers so I may not worry about my dissertation and can enjoy freely.

catherine willson said...

Some views are capture through eye and they make special memories in our minds. Last month I went to such kind of top hills with my friends and that view makes its place in my heart and mind despite the fact I went with so many hurdles because I have to write my assignment.

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