With a dry month of weather, things are continuing to melt out at a rapid rate. Not only are we seeing bare ground continuing to surface at the ski area, but the high mountains are getting patchy. The snow surface is developing a common feature for this time of year known as suncups. It makes for a less than ideal surface for skiing. Our over the snow cat roads are fading away along the Continental Divide. Within a month or so, I imagine we may start to see hikers on the CDNST passing through the ski area.