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Sunshine!

An observation of the average Quest student’s reaction to winter   Out of the corner of your eye the window looks a little different. Something is strange about it – maybe it’s the fact that the ever-present omniscient cloud is gone, maybe it’s the fact that the world seems a little more colorful, maybe it’s the fact that… wait a second – the mountains have reappeared. On top of that, you can vaguely see the beginnings of something like sunshine start to peek out from behind the clouds. Quickly you adjust in your seat (thank goodness for the wheels and the ergonomic back) and take in the view. The snow line has crept down to cover the halfway mark. Distantly your brain factors in how much snow there must be up in Whistler – you can already hear the post-morning class conversation about how much new powder must be on the slopes right now. More than that though your feet suddenly itch to be outside. Imagine it – pushing the glass doors of the academic …