"A few inches of snow wets everyone's appetite, it makes my job a lot easier," said Lori Shield, the marketing director at Ski Sundown. "We had a little rain, we recovered quickly because of stockpiles of snow we have made."
The fresh snow was a welcome sight for the scores of skiers who either had the day off from school or took the day off to hit the slopes.
Blake Keller, from New Hartford had a free day to ski, a chance to escape the grind of 11th grade and grind the rails in the terrain park instead.
"It's beautiful out here," Keller said. "No school and new snow is a blessing."
Jarrod Moss, the snow sports manager at Ski Sundown said the snow is, "about half-boot deep, ankle-deep, it's good!"
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