cold snap did not deter our April gathering of enthusiastic photographers!
Dee froze a moment in time at a stream in Glacier Park and the huge powder dump of Big Mountain's closing day.
After terrifying us with captures of ski jouring falls and crashes, Marguerite reassured us that no people or animals were harmed.
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