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I wonder if Vail has a job for Jim? I love mud season! You can actually buy groceries that are still on the shelves. Shuttles aren't flying around town and you can start wearing a t-shirt. Though I was wearing a t-shirt in Jan. Best thing about mud season though, tubing the Yampa. It's only those pesky fly fisherman in your way and you can really move with the water flow up so high. I got in three laps before noon the other day! Not a tourist in sight.
Yes, more enforcement, regulations and fees! The American way. Mr. Tumminello is right. There should be a parking fee and a tubing fee and a fee for the air you put in your tube and a fee for how much sunscreen you use oh hell, let's just call it a fun fee! Me thinks Mr. Tumminello and Jim Clark ought to get together and start promoting tubing during the spring "mud season" for tourists! Not a lot of those pests on the Yampa now are there? They can put in wherever they want too. Mo money, mo money,mo money!
How many clowns got out of that one car and how did I miss the whole circus coming down Rabbit Ears?
Great article Eric! Thanks for the link.
I TRY not to assume things myself but I think an emotional disturbance call would warrant a police officer, not a diesel burning fire truck full of firefighters. There was not mention of an ambulance. And the 3:11 p.m. and 9:23 p.m. calls make no mention of an ambulance either.
Not trying to ruffle any feathers here but seriously, firefighters were called at 9:57 a.m. for an emotional disturbance, 3:11 p.m. for someone who fell on the ice and 9:23 p.m. for a fainting spell and a cut? Is this really how these resources should be used?
Is this before or after the rain? Dead on again weathermen!
I'm sorry all. I can't believe it's taken me this long to post this. If it were only true. Maybe some day.......
Jack Blacks commercial - Vapoorize
Wish there was a better video on the Interweb, and J man was real! Ha
Phoebe, you had me laughing so hard! Love your comment
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