Skiing with the Kids

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After climbing Vermont’s General Stark Mountain (home of Mad River Glen ski area), we opted for a quick family photo before setting off on a very fun descent down Mad River Glen’s northeast facing trail network. Despite the dearth of snow here in Vermont this season, there is still top to bottom skiing at Mad River Glen right now. Our girls (Maiana, 3 yrs, and Lenora, 8 mos) ride on our backs when we climb mountains and ski, often sleeping for 1-2 hours during our climb, and then waking in time to enjoy the thrill of gravity with us on the way down.

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Welcome Lil' Snowflake

Please welcome the newest member of the EmberPhoto team, Maiana Snow Mohr (pronounced My-ahna and aka Lil’ Snowflake), who completed her wild journey into the world (including many great ski days in-utero) on Feb. 19th, 2013 at Gifford Birthing Center in Randolph, VT. She was 7lbs, 7oz and 20.5″ at birth, and she’s a very healthy, playful and vibrant little girl who is eating well, pooping well and getting a whole lot more sleep than we are! We’ve been back out in the snow-covered fields, forests and mountains with her daily since she was just nine days young, and we’re looking forward to many unique adventures together in the weeks and months to come.

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Baby Snowflake

We’ve got a little girl on the way. We’ve been calling her Little Snowflake. And while she seems to be very much enjoying her time in the womb – including the nearly sixty ski days she’s logged, albeit upside down and backwards! – we expect to meet her very soon during the month of February. So stay tuned for more updates!

Camera Info: Canon 7D, 95mm, ISO 250, 1/200, f16;

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