As I heard updates from the Tahoe region about how much snow was falling this weekend I began to wonder why none of it had made it down to Reno. It was a strange weekend. We saw the clouds socked in on the mountains to the west, and figured it must move on eventually eastward to blanket the Biggest Little City in a white quiet clean snowstorm. Not the case. There was only a couple inches from this weekend’s snowstorm. I made the most I could out of it. Elias and I took out our rock skis to Rancho San Rafael park and did a little free skiing on saturday. We were mostly skiing on grass, but it was still a very enjoyable experience. Regrettably, there are no photos from this session, but I do have a picture from the previous day’s bounding intervals in the foothills.
Level 3 Bounding intervals above the Biggest Little City in the World.