There's not much to report from today. No one ventured outside the tent for much more than a moment. Once, when John ventured out, the wind blew his goggles right off his head. Luckily Eric found them buried deep in a snow drift a little later.

Heather's side of the tent was fully bulging in on her with drifting snow and the wind managed to open the zipper of the vestibule on one of the tents. This wreaked havoc on the the inside of the vestibule. Inside the tents however it was quite cozy and the group was having a good time playing games (who can keep a sucker in their mouth the longest) and chatting. The storm raged all night and through most of today but is has subsided dramatically and by tonight it should all but be gone. Tomorrow looks to be a very nice day, and they can't wait to do some skiing!

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Listen to today's audio update from Taylor.

Below: Imagine the sound track to this picture!

Below: Inside the company and conversation is all good.

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