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Shaking Off A Long Winter's Sleep, Happy Mothers Day!

"Somewhere a black bear has just risen from sleep and is staring down the mountain."

Mary Oliver, Spring (full poem reprinted below)

After one of the more stubborn winters of the last 10 years or more, spring is finally "springing" here in the Adirondacks.

If you love what winter has to offer you here in our neck of the woods, this was an amazing winter - I was able to snowboard more this year than in the last 5 years combined.

And yet, at a certain point, we find ourselves ready to feel the sunshine, see the green and hear the Hudson calling to us once again.

We kicked off our our 2019 season this past weekend, celebrating the change of seasons and all the Moms and their families who came out to ride with us.

We even had one intrepid group of ladies celebrating a bride-to-be with an adventurous bachelorette party!

We'd love to have you come take a ride with us this year - check us out at www.revrail.com and stop on by if you're ever in the area.

Be well,


Spring, by Mary Oliver

Somewhere a black bear has just risen from sleep and is staring down the mountain. All night in the brisk and shallow restlessness of early spring I think of her, her four black fists flicking the gravel, her tongue like a red fire touching the grass, the cold water. There is only one question: how to love this world. I think of her rising like a black and leafy ledge to sharpen her claws against the silence of the trees. Whatever else my life is with its poems and its music and its glass cities, it is also this dazzling darkness coming down the mountain, breathing and tasting; all day I think of her— her white teeth, her wordlessness, her perfect love.

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