Waterville Valley in NH got some snow early in the storm, but then it rained on top of it. We did a handful of runs on Saturday, and it was skiable for us, but not much fun. I'm sure we would have enjoyed it more if we were more skilled. I actually regressed to a really bad habit and leaned back when I started to slide on the first few feet of my first run and sat down...then tried to ski away on one ski until my daughter hollered at me.
I was fine after that! Just had to watch ahead for where I was going to get a little snow to turn on. My daughter handled things a lot better than me, as usual.
We actually didn't even go up to ski...power was out at our house, but on at our condo. We came home today after our annual Santa's Village pre-Xmas trip and found that power was on right up to our neighborhood. Now I'm worried that the crews won't come back to fix our little line until they're on their way back from the more rural areas.
Pretty big let down after seeing lights on all the way up to our street. I know there are gobs of people still out and they're rushing help to where the most people need it, but crews must have been within about 1/10th of a mile of our problem.