Thanks Bridger Bowl

Like the ocean’s tides, seasons and birthday’s, life has certain rhythm that accompanies us all.  For those of us that ski, the opening day at Bridger is like a Birthday and Christmas wrapped up in one.  However the closing of the hill leaves one with an empty feeling that is hard to explain.  Its impact is somewhere between losing a pet and finishing a case of beer.  Either way there’s a feeling of loss that will sting awhile.  But after the hurt is gone there will be the memories of all the great experiences.

This year was great because Wendy and I were able to get a chance to spend a lot of time skiing with Griffin.  Thanks to her instructors, the lifties, patrollers and bartenders for all the great service.  Bridger is not only a great mountain with wonderful terrain, it has Americas highest per-capita population of generous and kind people.  Thanks one and all!!

On the bright side there is no longer the torment of Spring where you struggle between going to the hill or hitting the river.  It’s simple now, I guess we’ll just have to go fishing.

Griffin Mae

Wendy Mae

Ricky Mae.

Ski you next year!


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Glad you had a great year at Bridger! This season was a good one, with a record number of days open, and a record snow base!

All that snow in the Bridgers and our other mountain ranges will allow for some great fishing–just hope it warms up soon, but not too fast!

Thanks for the comments. The staff and employees here at Bridger really do try hard to make the skiers experience the best. We appreciate hearing that it doesn’t go unnoticed.

Have a great summer, and we’ll see ya back next season!

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