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    WF lodge destroyed by fire

    https://www.adirondackdailyenterpris...ation-on-fire/

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    Guess they didn't have working sprinklers, looks like a total loss.

    How much food service did this provide for the ski area? Looks like at least 1/3. I wonder if they can get some sort of temporary operation setup (before Christmas).

    If I was a passholder I'd want some sort of compensation or adjustment. Same for ticket holders. They need to adjust prices assuming paying customers are now saddled with dealing with far less food service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billo View Post
    Guess they didn't have working sprinklers, looks like a total loss.

    How much food service did this provide for the ski area? Looks like at least 1/3. I wonder if they can get some sort of temporary operation setup (before Christmas).

    If I was a passholder I'd want some sort of compensation or adjustment. Same for ticket holders. They need to adjust prices assuming paying customers are now saddled with dealing with far less food service.
    Knowing ORDA, they probably wonít provide an alternative. It was quite a small lodge that probably didnít even provide 1/3 of the food service. The food wasnít great when I ate there. Too bad to see it go. It was a cool little place.


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    Quote Originally Posted by billo View Post
    Guess they didn't have working sprinklers, looks like a total loss.

    How much food service did this provide for the ski area? Looks like at least 1/3. I wonder if they can get some sort of temporary operation setup (before Christmas).

    If I was a passholder I'd want some sort of compensation or adjustment. Same for ticket holders. They need to adjust prices assuming paying customers are now saddled with dealing with far less food service.
    Wow. Because being able to eat your $25 burger and beer is what skiing is all about.

    You’re a class act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billo View Post
    Guess they didn't have working sprinklers, looks like a total loss.

    How much food service did this provide for the ski area? Looks like at least 1/3. I wonder if they can get some sort of temporary operation setup (before Christmas).

    If I was a passholder I'd want some sort of compensation or adjustment. Same for ticket holders. They need to adjust prices assuming paying customers are now saddled with dealing with far less food service.
    Wow. You must be a joy to go skiing with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billo View Post
    Guess they didn't have working sprinklers, looks like a total loss.

    How much food service did this provide for the ski area? Looks like at least 1/3. I wonder if they can get some sort of temporary operation setup (before Christmas).

    If I was a passholder I'd want some sort of compensation or adjustment. Same for ticket holders. They need to adjust prices assuming paying customers are now saddled with dealing with far less food service.
    Yeah, kick em when they are down! Some people are just entitled I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiur View Post
    Yeah, kick em when they are down! Some people are just entitled I guess.
    Yep, entitled to a working sprinkler system.
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    I donít think Iíd go as far as Billo did, but I would want some sort of compensation. Maybe a 10% discount in the cafeteria or something.


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    Sad day glad it happened at night when no 1 was there
    Fire is no joke

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    I'd expect absolutely no compensation. But then again I go to ski areas to ski, not dine in their lodges. Now if a major part of the mountain couldn't be accessed due to a lift problem that went on for a while, then you'd have a case to make.

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