snow blow.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABefore I moved to Teton Valley, I had never heard of the term Champagne Powder®. Snow was simply snow, and odds were that you would be able to use the stuff to build something. The snow here doesn’t cooperate in the same manner. It’s not wet like that. Flying about through the ice cold air, the flakes refuse to stick to one another. You try to form a snowball and suddenly you resemble a David Copperfield imposter performing a feeble magic act (and the finale is coated in fine, powdery, sparkling snow blowing straight into your own face).

I have grown to love this dry, powdery substance that falls on the Rocky Mountain West. It makes for excellent skiing, and since this place that many refer to as WyDaho relies heavily upon tourist dollars to keep its economy going, I am a fan of the stuff. Personally, I am not…

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