First snow of Winter 1999.
Harvest Time Joy
Mother Nature and her merry makers’ moon shadows play across water and sand.
Mating with the wind, the ancient common fire spirals loosely, dancing starward.
Rising close, the harvest moon, swollen and bright, watches all from beyond the nearby pines.
On the shore, backs to the dark, eyes roll back, necks lengthen, mouths posture.
Hill Dog’s chorused howl travels the night.
Hill Dog howls at his full moon.
What April showers brought and left behind.
Early spring’s rainbowed pale green blush.
The second day of Spring finds the Elk Mountain Area blanketted in eight inches of snow.
March 13th and 14th is time for the Elk Mountain Spring Carnival. This year’s theme is Masquerade. There will be many activities, including a scavenger hunt, hike, bike and ski race, and many other opportunities for fun havin’ for the whole family. Check out Elk Mountain’s Web Site for additional details.
A perfect January Pennsylvania winter’s day made it tough to decide whether to downhill at the Big and Friendly, or tour the countryside on the Chet’s Place x-country ski trails.
Rain… Fire… Devastation… Snow! Joy! Rapture!
The guns at the Big and Friendly are putting out huge amounts of snow.
Fire? What fire?
It was snowing, it was raining, it’s snowing.