We got lucky on this one. The trip happened in a weather window between a series of storms that have dumped multiple feet of snow at Blewett Pass over the last few weeks. The Ponderosa Pine, Spruce and Larches were flocked with snow, and the walking was easy on our feet. The air was calm and cold enough for the snow to cling to the trees throughout the day. Sunbeams illuminated the scene, and clouds parted giving views down to Scotty Creek as we walked westward 3.4 miles along Wenatchee Ridge. The ten of us split into two groups per pandemic rules. All are I-MAC members. None of us knew everyone before the trip, so everyone got to know someone new as we walked along, socially distanced of course. One member made sure no bears would bother us.