PARKING TIGHTLY AND CARPOOLING
Most days we have close to 50 vehicles which is pretty efficient parking! My top count was 62, on a day when lots of skiers were in Subaru’s. I’m still needing to stay after some of the crowd to park closer. Visitors have thanked me for having a crew that is interested in parking organization and it’s great that so many people in the community are willing to help.
If you are waiting for a spot, remember to keep working on being cooperative, especially by getting out of your rig to TALK to one another.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR PET IN ALL REGARDS
There has been a great improvement this year, most people have pets leashed in the lot and are taking care of them around cars. It’s helpful to have Mike teaming up with me on this and once again the community is chipping in. I’ve observed that most people finishing ski runs have dog leashed and almost all dog owners using mutt mitts or getting it off the trail. Only 1 dog has been hit this year and it ended up being ok and very few skiers lost track of their dogs when doing their run.
SKI WITH RESPECT AND HUMILITY
This is the area where we could use the most work, particularly in regards to skiing avalanche terrain 1 AT A TIME especially on the bowls above the road. We’ve had a tough time with people who drop in on one another because of time agenda and also we want to tell people not to stop and film, etc. in the big bowls- really as far as Twin and Glory we want people to think long and hard about dropping in and when they do. DO IT TOP TO BOTTOM AS EFFICIENTLY AS POSSIBLE
SPREAD THE GOOD WORD
Thanks to everyone who is sharing the good word! Our signage is important- but it helps to back it up with face to face.
STATE OF PARTNERSHIPS
This year, we’re working to improve signs and fencing to direct traffic of the road cuts, which has been highly effective for highway users and earning us a thumbs up from WYDOT Plowing Crew, Highway Patrol Staff and SAR.