Man, there's so much to do in our short summers, there's no way I'd get stir crazy. This time of year I do go through bits of sadness about winter being over (though you can find somewhere to ride year-round here if you really want to), but now's the time for gardening, hiking, biking, four-wheeling, fishing, camping, laying in the hammock drinking beer and reading a good book, and so on. There'll be snow at the Pass by October, so that's not so long to wait anyways.
The time I get stir-crazy is in the winter when we're going through a long stretch of bad visibility or wind or poor stability. But then I can still do indoor projects, read, go snowshoeing or skate skiing, or have a big backyard bonfire with our friends. There's always something to do, even if it's not what you really want to be doing at that moment.
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Last edited by tigre; 06-10-2013 at 09:19 PM.