Olivia, McIver and I stopped by Wildwood to buy t-shirts and Starburst on our last day of skiing. We discovered that popping a Starburst in the kids' mouths as they skied past us to the lift at Nastar helped push back lunch a little bit. For the most part, they were ready to call it a day after lunch, so the longer we could wait to eat lunch, the longer we could stay on the slopes. (Note to self: Bring Starburst from home next year so we don't pay out the wazoo for them on the mountain!)
Another day at Nastar - I left Will and the children to ski on my own a time or three... first time for everything, I guess! Olivia has the 'pizza' move perfected.
McIver, a hunched down, after his 50th Nastar run.
Will started shedding layers to try to beat his best time of a silver medal.
Olivia ... still rocking her mustache.
On the way home, McIver finished up his homework in the airport.