Written by Peter Wadsworth
Super Storm Sandy brought inches of rain and destruction to New York and New Jersey. But it brought nearly two feet of snow to White Grass, West Virginia. Photographer Peter Wadsworth and crew left Vermont and drove through the night to find the white lining of Sandy--and found it in the form of October pow in Appalachia.
Jake Evans and Will Taylor skin up "Slope" at White Grass, West Virginia. [Photo] Peter Wadsworth
Will Taylor breaks trail to the top of Bald Knob. [Photo] Peter Wadsworth
Jake Evans drove 12 hours through the night for these turns. [Photo] Peter Wadsworth
Jake Evans finds the white lining of Super Storm Sandy. [Photo] Peter Wadsworth
Skier: Jake Evans. [Photo] Peter Wadsworth