Don’t look now, but there’s a guy next to me at the bottom of the chairlift. He’s snowboarding in a swimsuit. And nothing else.
That’s right. Snowboarding. In June.
Where? Only in California. Specifically, Squaw Valley, the legendary ski resort that hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics. Blanketed by an almost unimaginable 47 feet of snow this season, the resort recently announced it would remain open until at least July 4, and possibly longer. Lifts operate weekends only.