It has been almost 2 years since my family’s move from Montana to California. I know I have officially become a SoCal weather wuss (how can 50 degrees really feel so cold?!!), but I haven’t lost my love for the snow. Last week, over Spring Break, we headed up to Mammoth Lakes with kids, dog, and lots of skis in tow.
We spent a day on the downhill slopes, but our true love is cross-country skiing. It’s a perfect family activity and something my boys have already grown to love. Seeing them out there on skis fills me with joy!
California Spring skiing is the best way to do it. Nearly 50 degrees with gorgeous sunny skies. . . don’t forget the sunglasses!
Our old lady dog, Maggie, is 13 years old and still going as strong as (if a bit slower than) she used to. In her younger years (when she was our only “kid”), she came along on many ski trips with us, so it was great that she could join us on this one.
Even though this is “10 on 10″ I’m sharing one bonus image for the day, the only family picture we got during our trip. We skied to Minaret Vista for a picnic lunch and enjoyed the stunning view of the Sierras, feeling like we were literally and figuratively on top of the world!
It’s not a true “10 on 10″ without a little sharing, so head over to see what Spokane Photographer Creatively Yours by Kelly Q has for this month!