Sometimes it rains, sometimes it pours, and sometimes it does both on a ski hill…eek! The last ski/snowboard trip of the school year saw students experience the local mountains at their finest as the day was a mixture of snow, sleet, and rain. On the upside the mountain had been closed for the previous two days which meant the majority of the runs were untouched, resulting in some good conditions in the morning. Those who managed to stay relatively dry were able to get in some good runs, though as the day wore on trying to find runs where the snow was not choppy and compacted became harder and harder. However, at the end of the day the snow volume allowed students to try new things in a relatively safe environment, and a day spent on the mountain with friends is always better than a day at home. Kudos to you Extreme Outdoor Ed-ders for finding the positive in what to some could be called less than ideal conditions. Outdoor Education students please leave a 100 word blog response below.