Wednesday, May 20, 2020

She's Gone

No more Molly Hogan.




12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ah - the unsinkable Molly Hogan is a goner. Rode that sucker a couple times when I was coming from the parking lot and too lazy, really too winded, to walk all the way to the line for BME so hitched a ride on Molly to get over there. It was a bit dated for sure, are you replacing it with a high speed quad? We really would like to make that ride 4 seconds faster!!

Sean said...

Should save one of the lift towers and use it as a park feature.

Anonymous said...

Turn the bull wheel into a clock....

Unknown said...

I'll give you $100 for a Molly chair.

Anonymous said...

Molly Headwall looks fat, fingers crossed we can ski it May 25th ��

Anonymous said...

Take the molly lift and reassemble it up the north wall. That area needs a lift. Thanks !

Unknown said...

As the governor has signaled the reopening on cnn what are the plans. Maybe mirroring timberline to limit useage

Unknown said...

Locals know the best snow is always on the Hogan.

Anonymous said...

"As the governor has signaled the reopening on cnn what are the plans. Maybe mirroring timberline to limit useage"

LMAO question is better directed to the county. what's their plans?

Anonymous said...

Now there is room for hope. Just read the latest on SD

David in WNC Mtns said...

The first comment is interesting. I had to think if I rode Molly in 79-82 and even before I saw the first post I thought, I think I did ride it one day when we decided we didn't want to go back up Pali and it made it easier to get back to the the A-frame. Yeah it was long ride - like maybe 40 seconds ;-)
I'm with others - when are you gonna get the place open for a last minute hooray to this season- all that snow and nobody got to ski it. I's a shame.
Peace

Anonymous said...

Ready for this Al? You know once it is confirmed on the 25th and it becomes official every media outlet in Denver will cover it. I am truly wishing you and the team the best and hopefully I get to at least yell thank you from the appropriate distance.

And Taylor, I clicked on follow.