Ski Butlers Blog - October 2012
Ski Butlers = Dream Job
Yesterday, I was given the chance to speak on the radio about Ski Butlers in the Vail Valley. If you are not familiar with KKVM the Mile on 104.7 in Vail, you should become familiar by clicking this link and listening in to their station: http://themile.fm
I am sure we are all familiar with the term “Hangover”; it’s your body’s way of saying “What the heck were you thinking? Why don’t you sit on the couch for the next 10 hours and think about what you've done!” But what exactly is this “Hangover Effect” everyone is talking about now? It’s the carryover from last years below average snow levels.Read More...
Well it’s about to start snowing again here in the mountains and of course we’re all very excited. But who’s truly the most excited? Who’s already running around their neighborhoods with their ski helmet and goggles on? Who’s sleeping with their skis at night and brushing their teeth with their mittens on? That would have to be the kiddos (or maybe Ski Butlers founder, Bryn Carey). They know it’s close. They can feel it in the air and can’t wait another day to strap their tiny little skis or snowboards on and shred some powder. Or ice, they really don’t care.
The Winds are Changing in Jackson Hole
Here in Wyoming the air is changing, leaves are dropping, nights are getting surprisingly chilly, and the elk are coming out of the hills. Winter is coming and I could not be more excited. As the new General Manager in Jackson Hole, I am looking forward to our biggest season yet.Read More...