I woke up this morning to a reading of -22* on my thermometer. This wasn't a surprise, the weather guessers had made the prediction and yesterday's temperatures were only marginally warmer at that time of the morning. As I prepared for my day at the Brim I made sure to dress warmly, and put on a good pair of socks (Lorpen socks if fact). The sun was rising as I made my way to work, and even then I could tell that it was going to be a nice day...cold, but nice. The radio announcer then sent out her warning...STAY INSIDE TODAY!Well, as the day wraps up here at the Brim I can tell you from experience, it was beautiful outside today. The sun shone 100%, the wind was higher in the morning but then eased off for the day, and the snow was FANTASTIC. Winter only lasts a short time, come on out and enjoy it at Brimacombe!***We hosted the 1st event in our Saturday Night Rail Jam Series last night. We had a great turn out and lots of spectators.The Results are in...16 and Over Male Snowboarders1.) Evan Hay2.) Bradley Hesson3.) Matt PrestonMale Skiers1.) Bryan Elliot2.) Matthew Elliot3.) Pelle Brolmann15 and Under Snowboard1.) Matthew Mageau2.) Tanner Gallant3.) Spencer MainSnowboard Girls1.) Jillian Clarke2.) Ashley BravnBest Trick 15 and UnderMatthew MageauBest Trick 16 and OverMatt HoganA VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORSBrimacombe Proshop and Rentals, Elan, Scotties, Coal, Sessions, Oakley and Clarke Sommervilles SportsDue to the heavy snow, I wasn't able to take many photos....The MONSTER team

Snow flakes and rails, it was a great time!
Don't miss the other events in the 2011 SATURDAY NIGHT RAIL JAM SERIES
It was a COOL weekend at the Brim, Cheers,Mark