I went skiing this past weekend. The hike was miserable and the snow was even worse but I *did* ski, so that finishes up 16 years of skiing at least once a month.
We were originally intending to drive up to Beartooth Pass to ski "my" summer snowfield, but we decided to hike out and back from the top of the JH tram instead. We hiked from the tram past Cody Peak, past No Name Peak, and over to the saddle to the south of No Name. There's a permanent snowfield there known as The Wave.
It's also known as the Sunglasses Snowfield, because in low-snow years the middle of the snowfield melts out, forming two separate "sunglass lenses" (that's if you kind of squint as your'e looking at the snowfield and you have a fairly active imagination). Here's the snowfield from the valley floor:
Here I am at the top of the snowfield:
Part way down:
Nearing the end:
Don't you wish you'd been there?