The view from the ski lifts on Mount Ashland is beautiful. The best view though was everyone in their onesies.
Bill Stephens one of the skiers at the mountain says, "lots of onesies out here rocking it."
Sergio Perez one of the snowboarders at the mountain says, "you are going to be able to see me that's for sure"
Skiers and snowboarders dressed in their best onesies today for day onesie. Anyone that wore a onesie only had to pay $25 for a lift ticket and they also got to be the first to ride down the mountain.
Bill says, "well opening day got to support Mount A. Very excited and the quality of the snow is surprisingly good so I wish my quality of skiing was up to match the quality of the snow."
Bill was wearing a tan and blue onesie. I asked him where he got it from and why he decided to wear it.
Bill says, "well I'm wearing a onesie because they've been sitting in my garage for several decades and I read that you go to the front of the line in a onesie and I'm all about getting to the front."
Day onesie was suppose to be Saturday, but the team was able to work hard to open it up a day early.
Sergio says, "I'm stoked. It looks like we got a little bit of ice also some powder spots I'm excited to see how it is. I've been hearing a couple people saying that these runs are going nice a little bit of trees sticking out but it's all good.
I even gave snowboarding a try myself. First day and I was doing tricks. Just kidding. I was landing on my face and back the whole time so I had to give the camera to someone else.
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