Awesome day yesterday, doing a big loop from Lewis Lake. Snow was PRIMO, and I caught it before it got soft. Fun, fast conditions. Check it out!
It may seem like there's an awful lot of skiing through open forests on loud snow, and some of my humor might be lost to the music, but hey, I'm still a rookie at this film production stuff - if you can call it that. The thing is, as fast as some of it seems, and as long as it runs, you might think it miles, but it's really just small fraction of the of the long gradual traverse along the foothills of the Sheridan massif, which stretches for several miles. West of Heart Lake, and north of the nascent Snake River, just inside Yellowstone's South Entrance.