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I found the below quote in the article interesting....Cops on skis at Vail:
Cops on skis keep the peace at Vail and Beaver Creek. But they’re more likely to lend a friendly mitten.VAIL — Det. Greg Schwartz spies a couple in need and skis up to them in front of the bright yellow “Slow Skiing” sign on Vail’s Northwoods run. “Can I take it for you?” he asks, reaching for the phone balancing in Lowell Zarzuela’s hand as he snaps selfies of himself and his wife, Angie. […]coloradosun.com
I found the below quote in the article interesting....
The mid-mountain Cloud Nine Bistro at Aspen Highlands regularly sells more than 100 bottles of champagne every weekend lunch. (A Chicago man being sued in Pitkin County for an alleged hit-and-run crash at Aspen Highlands that injured another skier had just paid a $4,704 tab from Cloud Nine from earlier in the afternoon.)
so southern border immigrants have no Covid cases? ( Or masks, apparently) Mexico, all of Central America, etc.?Some of it are just different standard. Or, different tolerance to risk (of getting infected, death, etc.)
Canada has lower case & death per million population than the US. But it choose to close stuff, when the US choose to remain open with higher cases and death number. The Canadian border is closed to anyone who's not a citizen/residents. The US border is mostly open except for countries/regions with high infection rate.
Europe is the same there. Some country choose to stay open despite high numbers. Other country choose to close even their number aren't all that high.
Cannon is closing after today. They had some "interesting" thin spots yesterday and it had been noted on here that they had been blowing a ton of snow. The connector trails were the issue.So Wildcat is calling it a season a week early. Some obvious back and forth on social media, with people defending them because we’ve had brutal weather since March began. But, this gives them a pass on the snowmaking earlier this year. Nearby Boyne areas are making them look pretty bad.
Sunday April 11, 2021.So Wildcat is calling it a season a week early. Some obvious back and forth on social media, with people defending them because we’ve had brutal weather since March began. But, this gives them a pass on the snowmaking earlier this year. Nearby Boyne areas are making them look pretty bad.