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  • On the short drive up there from my house, you gain 2,300-some feet in elevation, lose as much as twenty degrees in temperature, and the light drizzle at home turns to the sleet-snow hybrid known locally as “snoosh.”

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  • The breeze probably hadn’t picked up any, but the air was colder, and the snoosh had solidified into fine-grained corn snow that felt like wet sandpaper on my cheek.

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