It was a great winter, for as long as it lasted. We skied at Big Sky and Bridger Bowl in Montana, Copper Mountain and Eldora in Colorado, and Sunday River in Maine.
  That's in addition to enjoying great snow at Stratton in Vermont and West Mountain in Upstate New York.
  Book number two is well underway. It's a sequel to Murder on Skis, set at another stop in Ski Country.
  I'm surprised by how many readers say they're taking my book to the beach. I guess they mean the 'sand' beach.            That's great! But give me sunny skies and a field of snow. That's MY beach.
  Stay safe, everyone.  We'll be back at OUR beach, before you know it!
       BTW, this pix shows off my old racing suit and my old mustache! 
Phil Bayly has been a journalist for over four decades, working in television and radio in Colorado, Wyoming, Pennsylvania and New York.
He's been a skier his entire life, much of that time enjoyed as a mediocre ski racer.
Phil was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois.  He was educated at Denver University and Colorado State University.
He now lives in Saratoga County, New York with his wife.