A few weeks ago, an organization of imbeciles called “protect our winters” said that we need to “intervene in the climate” to save the ski industry.
POW – Climate Impacts on the Winter Tourism Economy in the United States
They must have intervened.
December 27, 2012
JAY, Vt. (AP) — Vermont’s winter resorts are celebrating what’s shaping up to be a terrific holiday week, thanks mainly to the weather
Jay Peak President Bill Stenger says his northern Vermont resort was already in good shape, with more than a foot of natural snow in recent days and excellent weather recently for making snow. With a big new storm hitting the state, Stenger says that’s making for superb conditions as the New Year’s weekend approaches.
For Vermont ski areas, snow is well-timed – News – Boston.com
It’s amazing. They protected the winters indeed!
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Good post, John.
“thanks mainly to the weather”…shouldn’t that paper have written thanks to climate change? /sarc…
Jay Peak has some good runs. 🙂
My son is snowboarding in NH and he sent a text yesterday saying it was the best snow they have seen since moving to Boston.
I love it when a plan comes together..
Every time someone or group moans about the climate, Nature teaches them a lesson and does the opposite. Too bad they never learn and constantly get an “F” 😉
We could have year-round skiing by coating the slopes with paraffin plus a light dusting of talcum powder. Forget about that nasty cold wet snow, it’s sooo old school.