Mike got sick and missed our first day at Brighton and the second day at Snowbird has really bad visibility so I am sure we didn't see the best that mountain had to offer.
But the last two days were glorious blue sky days at Solitude.
The very last run of the last day they guys talked some of us less experienced (or brave) skiers into a run down Honeycomb canyon. It was a black diamond, but I trusted Mike to tell me if he thought it was too hard (I know he doesn't want to be a single dad hee hee). It was spectacular back there!!
We ended our trip with a visit from Uncle Fred, ️Aunt Nancy and cousin Tanner who live in Rock Springs Wy. I hate I didn't get a picture of them. We were out to dinner when Wade waved and said hello to a stranger (he is very random and just wants to say hi sometimes). This man was a little scruffy but came back to the table wanting to buy Wade a dessert he said anytime a child acknowledges him he takes it as affirmation that they see the good and he would like to return thanks. How could we say no.....
Wade didn't try skiing yet, but Inthinknitnlio will the next time we head out West. For now he was happy to be at the on mountain childcare facilities and playing in the "no"
So now I am ready for flip flops and getting out on our bicycles and doing some hikes. Spring has sprung in NC!