Affectionately known as Stick Season, November and early December keep New England skiers guessing. Will we rollerski until Thanksgiving? Will there be three feet of snow on December 1st, and none on December 5th? Ten below one day, forty-five the next? This year, the answer has effectively been: yes. But we are hearty New Englanders after all, and this doesn’t truly faze us.
Here’s a brief photo-diary that hits on some major early-season happenings and captures our cyclical weather experience.