Saturday, May 16, 2020

Dragging Towers

The Leitner Poma crew dropped the Molly Hogan towers today. Using a snowcat, we pulled them to the parking lot. We will cut the big pieces into small pieces and send them to Denver for recycling. Just about all of the lift will be recycled.


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

If you can sell the chairs for $2500 each, I am sure you can get $500 for a cut off 4 foot section of tower!!

Anonymous said...

Sell those molly towers for $5,000 apeice. And cable for $10,000 that will generate some revenues.

Dave in Summit County said...

Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood is Open.
Perhaps ABasin will be able to operate a bit more this season if officials will allow...

Anonymous said...

No, just because the ski resort in Oregon and the beaches in FL and in MA, NY and NJ aka the hot zones are open and packed to the gunnels does not mean that we can go skiing. We need to be "safer at home"

Allen said...

You are not safer at home you are safer outside. UV rays kill the virus fairly quickly and just being outdoors soaking in some sun raises your Vit D levels which is proven to help your immune system. By staying indoors you are only cycling up the amount of virus in the air. Look at New York city the infection rate the 24 out of 1000 people but in the rural upstate areas it's 3 to 5 out of 1000 people. I believe you could open safely they are doing it on golf courses. It maybe you set a time to show up and you ski say for 2 hours then leave to allow others to enjoy some time. Just don't open the food areas or if you do limit the seating capacity. To stay shut down till there is a vaccine is insane. The quickest we have ever developed a vaccine is 4 years and in addition there are other corona viruses we have never developed a vaccine for them. I say open up in stages but open up because we may never get a vaccine.

Unknown said...

Controlled at home

Unknown said...

Great idea and that is recycling I am proud to be able to say I rode Molly Hogan

Its GSATT said...

Towers make for awesome rails in the park. Check Brighton's "Milly Tubes"