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Not too much has changed in how we celebrate our chilly months—we bundle up, hit the slopes and explore our beautiful landscapes.

For this week's #TBT, what better way to cozy up with a look back at how Northern California has celebrated winter since the late 1800s?


Mt. Lassen, 1942

via Sports Poster Warehouse

In this 1942 shot, a man is showing off by skiing over two ladies who were catching some rays on top of their car. This happened at Mount Lassen, also known as Lassen Peak, located in the Shasta Cascade region of Northern California.

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