Skied Pete's Dream off Carson Peak today. Beautiful day in the mountains, with abundant sunshine and no winds except at the summit. Air temp when we left the car at 9:30 was 6 F, but quickly rose, and felt to be near freezing a few hours later. We noted large surface hoar up to 10 mm on the uptrack in sheltered areas, and on our exit, some of this surface hoar was still intact. All surfaces above treeline were quite wind textured, including the ski line, but extensive faceting of this surface snow made the skiing quite pleasant. At various points in the day, we were able to find stubborn wind panels that cracked off under our feet, but nothing larger than a foot or two long. An old crown existed at the top of the North Bowl, and we found old debris under the Pete's apron, and very deep piles of old debris under Devil's Slide. Solar slopes had a crust in the morning, that softened in the afternoon, and lots of frozen tree bombs were found on the lower slopes.