COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo. (CBS4)– Until recent snowfall, ski conditions had been a disappointment in Colorado’s Rockies.

But thanks to the latest Winter Storm, there’s new snow falling in the mountains, making what skiers call Day 1 of the real ski season.

“Best day of the season for me, so far,” said one skier at Copper Mountain. “It’s hard to get motivation to come up I-70 from Denver with the current conditions. But with this, it makes it easy again.”

“For us, we’ve been coming for 30 some years and always had great conditions. We expect it, I guess,” said vacationer Jim Sherman.

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    Talking Through Your Hat

    To talk nonsense in order to lie. c1885. an interview in The World entitled “How About White Shirts”, a reporter asked a brand new York streetcar conductor what he thought about efforts to find the conductors to wear white shirts like their counterparts in Chicago. “Dey’re talkin’ tru deir hats” he was quoted as replying.]

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