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Cross-country skiing in Stowe, Vt., in a heavy snow squall today

Nordic skiing in fresh powder in Stowe

Nordic skiing in fresh powder in Stowe!

Yay! It felt so good to get out on snowy trails today after a long week of work and frigid temperatures. And, when I took to the cross-country trails, I suddenly was skiing through a mini-snowstorm! A squall of heavy snow dropped more than an inch of snow while I was classic skiing. Then, the sun broke through the clouds again. The trails at Stowe Mountain Resort / Mt. Mansfield Nordic Center seemed well covered when I started, and they are even more so now.

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