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Hope nobody was inside. Was there any Olympic memorabilia in that lodge, I can’t remember.
Was there any Olympic memorabilia in that lodge
I haven't been there in a while but I don't recall much Olympic Memorabilia. Just a great classic A-frame with those giant windows and fantastic views. They say it won't affect today's operations, but from the pictures I've seen it appears to be a total loss. I hope some of the same architecture will be incorporated if/when they rebuild...Hope nobody was inside. Was there any Olympic memorabilia in that lodge, I can’t remember.
And no working sprinkler system! Total loss.
I'd be looking for answers if I was a passholder or planning to buy lift tickets this season since they effectively lost 1/3 of their food service operations.
It's such a joke that states think they can be good at running ski resorts efficiently.See my prior post re: government run. The answer would be go pound sand & ski elsewhere, because we have no financial responsibility for this place succeeding or not.
Bad week at Whiteface. Glad he is OK.
The 3-D cat scan images I saw posted in a snowmakers group FB page, with a link to the go fund me page for him, pretty much showed that most every bone on the right side of his face from essentially the base of his eye socket down through his cheek, upper jaw, nose and lower jaw were shattered, multiple teeth had been knocked out as well when that coupling hit him.I cant believe they had to go all the way to Fletcher Allen!