Richard's Report - Wednesday, 7 October 2009 9:16:00 AM

Waaah!

Yesterday I left for Jindy at 12:30 in a light drizzle. On my return 3 hours later the village was white and a few centimetres of fresh snow had already settled on the unploughed roads. Was this to be the BIG ONE - the big dump we had waited for all season?

This morning I was awoken by a constant stream of snowploughs. There was snow everywhere and with little to no wind, it had piled high.

The village is virtually closed with many staff unable to reach it this morning.

Below are a few snaps of conditions here in Thredbo.

Monday evening over Golf Course
Monday evening over Golf Course

Tuesday afternoon - returning from Jindabyne
Tuesday afternoon - returning from Jindabyne

Crackenback - Tuesday afternoon
Crackenback - Tuesday afternoon

Sundance and High Noon
Sundance and High Noon

The foot bridge this morning
The foot bridge this morning

27cms on the Bakery table
27cms on the Bakery table

Deep snow throughout the village
Deep snow throughout the village

Trees bending under the weight
Trees bending under the weight

Not a day for a picnic by the river or a leisurely drive
Not a day for a picnic by the river or a leisurely drive

A surprise for everyone
A surprise for everyone

Theres more snow forecast!

Wouldn't it be nice if the slopes were open?

PS: It's snowing again.

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