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If you want to go snow ski this 4th of July, make plans to come to California

Added: Friday, March 24th 2023 at 11:30am by sfeastbay
Category: About Me

Yep, you read that correctly, snow ski for the 4th of July holiday.

We have had so much snow this winter that ski slopes are staying open longer with some able to keep going into summer.

While it may only be five days a week going to weekends only, but one slope will be open for the Independence Day holiday this coming July.

Now in southern California in winter you could always to up to Big Bear and snow ski in the morning and hit the beach to surf in the afternoon, but hitting the slopes to ski in summer will be a first.

And to think some members of Congress still don't believe there is a climate change happening.

So if you want to snow ski for the 4th of July make your plans now and start shopping for that summer snow ski outfit to wear.

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I'll take my hot and humid Fort Lauderdale summers!!!!!

I'd have to wear an air conditioned suit all summer to live there....LOL

You think that ski slope really will be open on the 4th? Anyhow, I love the snow.

One said one of their mountains will be able to stay open. 

I will stay in NO....If I never see snow again it will be too soon.  :)

oh, and I like your new wallpaper.


I'm more the go see the snow, play in it, then go home. Shoveling it everyday doesn't thrill me to have to do.

l have always wanted to ski but never did.  Gosh that would be so strange to ski in the morning and being on the beach in the afternoon.  Crazy times.

The thought of falling off a mountain never thrilled me, so never had the urge to go flying down the side of one with sticks attached to my feet....LOL

I remember previous seasons in California where the snow lasted into summer.  I also remember doing summer things in winter.  

This is a state where you can do things in the opposite season.

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