LIPSTICK ?

We always try to put a happy face on our outlook for the week, and it’s usually somewhat realistic.  Should this time be any different?  Well, there’s only so much you can do with lipstick.  The WAVE conditions we’ve seen just about every day lately are apt to continue into Saturday or beyond, albeit mostly up inside heavy layers of cloud.  Rain?  Maybe, sometimes, but so spotty and variable it’s hard to predict exactly when.  One thing we can count on, it’ll be a little cooler each day and night right into next week — a trend that can’t continue for long…
Next question, where do you put the lipstick on a Groucho mask?
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STILL WINTER

This recent cold spell we’re still coming out of has been all my fault.  One balmy afternoon last week, I foolishly told someone winter was over, and apparently that’s all it took.  I don’t intend to make that mistake again… until maybe about this time next year.
As for the present, yes winter (such as it is) will continue a while longer regardless of anything we say.  There’s a rumor we can expect a good chance of wave on Sunday — but don’t quote me on that if you want it to happen, okay?
SEE YOU SOON!

WELCOME TO FEBRUARY !

The experts are predicting something this Saturday which rarely happens out here in the desert: a 100% chance of rain! (I’ll see that when I believe it, but don’t tell anyone I said so.) We’ll therefore be closed that one day, February 2. Otherwise, Friday, Sunday, and Monday offer partly to mostly variable WX if you know what we mean, with not much wind and little or no precipitation.
Hey, it’s still ‘winter’ after all, and just think how much better we have it than those poor folks back east! In full sun, almost balmy…

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MIDWINTER DAYDREAM

While the calendar says we’re about halfway through winter, out here in the desert it feels like spring has begun — and even if it really hasn’t yet, it won’t be much longer. That one rainy spell we had is well behind us with no more in sight for now, so the next few days will be much like the last few with variable high clouds, light wind and pleasant temperatures. Probably no records will be set at Crystal this week, except perhaps for creativity in finding and using lift…

SEE YOU SOON!