sketches and anticdotes about my interests and travels
Monday, 27 February 2012
Keogan Cabin is one of the largest in the Park which is a good thing as it is also one of the most accessible. For years it was my nightime destination as my son, Alec, was downhill training at Camp Fortune. I do downhill ski, but its much warmer cross-country skiing out of the wind in the woods on a cold, dark night and Keogans always made for a good little jaunt while Alec ran gates.
On Sunday the conditions were superb. Bright sunshine and around - 8C. The trails were full of people , many with young children on skis, or in polks (sleds). My wax was right and I think my technique, such as it is, is returning as I had a terrific and fast visit here and along the Fortune Parkway.