Don Julio & The Best Day of the Winter

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The winter of 2014-2015 across much of the West will most likely be remembered as the winter that never really happened.  Warm temperatures, lack of snowfall and an abundance of dismal scenes of ski resorts without snow.  The Wasatch Mountains of Utah have received roughly 60% of the normal snowfall for the year and mountains that are normally coated in white have been brown much of the winter.  It would be easy to dismiss this winter saying it was a bad winter but for me, that  couldn’t be farther from the truth.  There were some incredible moments this year and December 28th, 2014 was a day full of those moments.  This day was the best day of the year.

Between Gulps Between Gulps

A series of progressively colder storms brought abundant snowfall to the Wasatch, laying down a heavy base with several feet of “The Greatest Snow on Earth®” on top.  The…

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