Compared to Sunday morning, Tomasin and I got a much earlier start to the day on Monday. After I wandered the village looking for eggs, we had a quick breakfast and jumped on the gondola.
We were skiing by 9:15 a.m. With essentially no lift lines, we skied under the Comstock chair for about an hour. Just as we were about to switch over to the Backside chair, Hunter and Debbie showed up. I was pleasantly surprised; I had not expected them to catch up with us until much, much later.
The four of us skied the Backside chair for about an hour and a half. We skied hard and explored six or seven different runs. Although more overcast than Sunday, the weather and the snow was good.
Breaking for lunch, we headed back again to Shaffer's Camp, the private restaurant at the top of the Zephyr chair.
We finished up the day skiing under the Comstock chair and then headed over to the terrain parks for the last couple runs of the day. We skied back to the condo about 3:15 p.m.
Tomasin and I packed up and were on the road by 3:45 p.m. I was back home in Elk Grove before 6:00 p.m.
It was a very nice couple of days. I don't get enough opportunties to see Tomasin. I enjoyed everyone's company a great deal.