Most of us think of Spring skiing on the South Face of Sherwood is all about slush and corn snow. Today was not… at least first thing in the morning due to a fierce little storm yesterday with high winds that deposited about 6 inches of snow. Once again, everything was silky smooth and provided some nice powder skiing. It was enjoyed by those who made there way over first thing via the usual lift routes or by hiking up to keyhole and making their way over to the top of the South Face. High-T remained closed due to snow safety issues inherent with wet spring snow conditions. Art’s Knob also provided some excellent turns on the way over to the front side.