Chinook by Pint & a Half
In our high mountain valley, on the eastern edge of the Continental Divide, winters can be long and brutal. But mid-winter, warm winds can slide off the 14,000 ft peaks to our west and melt the snows away. The winds are known as a chinook, and it can clear the sky, and clear you mind, much like the touch of a loved one. "When my life/ just like the falling snow/tries to bury me again/ you're the sun/ you're the warmth/ you are the wind."