Looks like Spring today, feels like Spring, so probably Spring. Plus, I saw a bee yesterday dressed in game day Brown and Gold, so it's Spring.
Biked, skied, and ran.
Biking was best--a very sunny, mild first day of spring.
I skied with Tyler and Murphy paid a visit: while we were at the extreme end of the trail network, the binding on one of his skis broke, and he had to ski back on one ski and a boot. For all that, he did pretty well, even on the downhills.
Running was toughest. The trail I was on was very uneven, had enough glazing to make it pretty slippery for my shoes, and you could never tell if the next step was going to hold up or if you were going to go through the crust. After going out as far as I wanted to (not very far), I chose to hop over to the nearest asphalt and run back to the parking lot on that. It was nice to see how good the footing was on the pavement; kudos to whoever built the road.