We were there the last week of March and had nearly 4 full days of sun and daytime highs in the 50's. Incredible amounts of continuous vertical (especially Keystone) and really neat above treeline skiing at Breck (pic is on Peak 6) and A-Basin. Definitely a change from eastern skiing. Next time we'll go in mid winter and hope for a powder day. Several folks have recommended Utah. Looks like a good option.It is a beautiful trek. How'd you like the skiing out there? I used to go every year (a good friend of mine lives out there), but it's been a while. Much better than East Coast. If you ever get a chance, go to Utah - even better.
Sorry missed your post last month. They are treated boards, but the newer Brown stuff that does not have arsenic in it. They are 5/4 x 6.Shared your setup with my wife, who wants something similar. Are those beds untreated pine? Dod you brace them midway somehow? We are leaning toward concrete blocks with caps for ours. Just wondering. The first time I showed her, I said, "Look, he's in Canada. You can tell because he still has his cold weather crops out!"
Naw, she won't go for treated. Thanks!Sorry missed your post last month. They are treated boards, but the newer Brown stuff that does not have arsenic in it. They are 5/4 x 6.
I used a couple 2x2's along each side for bracing.
I think we're almost at 5 years with these now, still in great shape.
Garden is coming along well to.
Go for it, you won’t regret it.Congrats! Hope to get one in a few years too.