The winter cycling season is winding down, but March has still had a few seasonal surprises left. The picture above offers up just such an example.
It’s a special day when the season offers up the type of snowfall that is heavy enough that you can really enjoy the visual effect, while not being so thick that it impedes vision. As a bonus, the temperature was just exactly right for downhill curves to offer up single-handbrake drifting, but not so slippery as to make uphill sections a slog.
It’s likely this was the last such day the season will offer. That’s a little sad.
...At least until one remembers that it heralds the beginning of the spring cycling season...