Today I posted a new gallery dedicated to the Abenaki Ski Area in the Town of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Here is how the gallery caption reads.
"The Town of Wolfeboro owns the Abenaki Ski Area. Opened in 1936, it is the oldest, small ski area in the United States. The October 2014 edition of Powder Magazine says this, 'With 200 vertical feet and 18 skiable acres, Mount Abenaki in the town of Wolfeboro is smaller than the base villages at most ski resorts. But these 18 acres may be the most important ski terrain in America.' This hill, like the many hometown hills across America, is 'where most Americans learn to ski.'
"The non-profit group, Friends of Abenaki, is working with the Town of Wolfeboro to raise the money needed to build a new lodge. Proceeds from sales of images in this gallery will be shared with the Friends of Abenaki."
I hereby reiterate my pledge to share the proceeds from sales of the images in the Abenaki Ski Area gallery with the Friends of Abenaki.