I feel like, in the past week, all I've been doing is shoveling. It never stops. Today looks like it might be clear. I thought about going out and sitting at the bottom of KT just to watch the show, but on second though....it might be a bit too harsh mentally. Even though I know it's going down, I just shovel and pretend it's not. I have a doc appt. on Monday and should find out some news about when I'll be back on my skis then!!!With all the snow falling, soup has been my favorite meal. Potato, leek, and onion soup topped with some homemade croutons and freshly cut chives....delicious. Shay, I'll make this for you when you come out.Movies are also good when it snows. Post Avatar stoke (I don't really have a dub chin I swear). The movie made me happy, but I did shed a tear when the humans go to war with the Na'vi. Apparently, a lot of people experience post avatar depression. Read: Avatar Blues. Here's a quote from a depressed Swedish fan:"One can say my depression was twofold: I was depressed because I really wanted to live in Pandora, which seemed like such a perfect place, but I was also depressed and disgusted with the sight of our world, what we have done to Earth. I so much wanted to escape reality," Hill said.I thought the movie kicked ass.
The construction of the 2016 Suzuki Nine Queens castle has begun in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Austria. The 3D models will be transformed into snow ready for the all-female supersession taking place 13th to 18th of March 2016. Joining the world’s best, invited skiers and snowboarders are the “Become a Queen” online video competition winners Johanne Killi (NOR, Ski) and Julia Marino (USA, Snb) who demonstrated solid technique, style and creativity. Don’t miss the Big Air Contest on Friday, 18th of March.