Today was our day of offness. To start the day, though, we took some time to help out the Round Hearth staff by doing a quick cleanup around the lodge, restocking wood, shoveling off the walks and such. There was even an attempt to build a Snow Bear outside.
For the rest of the day, there were really two groups: a pre-Venture group that was intent on doing a day of telemark instruction, and the rest of the guys who were engaged in a round-town fest.
For those who are not in the know, the original downhill skiing turn was developed in Norway near the town of Telemark.