Jerry posts’ by mistake
Last night in my attempt to edit and update this blog, I published by mistake. I know this confused some readers. Within a second of publishing I received this:
What happened with the post?
and all this am:
Do you know you have a broken link?
Yes, I know. I published by mistake. In finance we used to call this the fat finger mistake. It happens. It was usually a very costly mistake. Luckily, I wasn’t trading. So, no harm no foul. But, it was a very Jerry move. I know you were expecting some very entertaining content and got none. Thanks for understanding and continuing to support this blog. Jerry.
Jerry goes skiing
2/22- Beaver Creek Ski Resort
Day began very cold with flat light conditions.
Enjoyed riding with @sundayfish69 on his 45th birthday.
Not to much new snow, but flat light abound.
The aspens in Avon.
Jerry’s playground, the trees.
Very flat light today.
Grouse Mountain to the right.
Hills in the distance looking great.
Quick stop at the T-P.
Cold and misty with flat light.
Another shack in the building process
Run of the day: Glades to the right off Primrose
2/23 – Beaver Creek Ski Resort
Jerry looking fierce.
Hills in Avon showing a little snow covering.
Rode with this wonderful couple. You guys rock.
Jerry & family.
On da cat walk.
Heading back to Beaver Creek from Bachelor’s Gultch.
Great pic. Jerry approved.
Run of the day: Coyote Glades
1/23 – Vail Ski Resort
Vail’s aspen’s not holding any snow.
Vail postcard pic.
Looking down at Vail Village from Gondola One.
Vail Mountain’s natural beauty shining through.
The hills and valley’s of Vail,CO.
Down the run we come.
Heading up Mountain Top express lift.
Some great views of the Vail Valley.
Flat light returns to end the day.
Run of the day: Northstar
Today I skied a two-fer . . .Beaver Creek in the morning and Vail in the afternoon. Not too shabby!
2/24 – Beaver Creek Ski Resort
Enjoyed shredding with these girls today. We crushed it!
One version of ski cross.
View from Bachelor Gulch Express lift.
The awesome glades of The Beav.
No worries Jerry, you will find your way out eventually.
Shades of blue coming through.
Allies Cabin in the distance.
Reader feedback, comments & pictures
Reader feedback, comments, emojis and pictures were strong this week. Much appreciated. Keep up the good work.
In keeping with this week’s title, I received this:
There can never be too many Jerrys’.
I’m not sure my readers would agree. But from one Jerry to another, I certainly can not disagree. And when Jerry receives feedback such as this he goes cuckoo for cocoa puffs:
Always a good read
That looks awesome!!!
as well as
Fabulous pics. Thanks for sharing!!
Thank you for your kind words. And we continue to get these comments:
Do you ever work?
as well as
I love your life
Hope you having fun
This is work. It may look easy, but it’s not. I get it. Life could be better and it could be much much worse. I’m thankful for this life and every opportunity. And yes we do have fun while working. Work can be fun; remember that.
We received a whole litany of emojis this week.
Thank you. I like getting emoji’s. They make me smile. As well as this did from one faithful reader:
Love the Breck shout out! We’re ya there for Breck Pride??
I love Breck and have pride. I think you have your dates wrong . . .Second Annual Breck Pride 2018, March 7-11! Enjoy.
And I received this gem from one reader . . . I think we are referring to different things:
Blond and Brunette, I used to love the tuffer
Then you woke up. I skied The Beav and Vail in the same day . . .not sure what you’re talking about.
And a few of you picked up the DMB reference:
Ants marching, I love it Dave Mathews was playing in my head.
As the 2018 Winter Olympics games come to an end, now we can reflect on what an amazing two weeks it was. Could the Olympics in Pyeongchang turn out to be something more than just the games? Certainly an interesting thought, for sure. We did just see the North and South Koreans working together for a greater good. Anyway, Gold medals were won and lives were changed forever. While an ill-timed mistake shattered some dream to pieces. Athletes, from all countries, should be congratulated on just making the games. We forget how hard they worked and sacrificed to just get there and compete. And to the medals winner, congratulations on winning a medal and making your country proud. Job well done.
2017/2018 WINTER SNOW SEASON
With only seven weeks, give or take, until closing day the 2017/2018 winter season is flying by. It was a slow start, with a dismal January, but things are in full swing now. Happy times are here again. Get out now before it’s too late.
Resort conditions are the best they have been all season. This is not a joke, even though some of you think it is. With each new snowfall conditions just get better. Now is the time people. Get off the couch and get your a$$ out there. It’s the best time of the season on the mountain. Get out there and enjoy it. Conditions do not get much better than this. Yes, really.
If you need help with lodging, especially last minute, reach out to us at:
We know people. And we may be able to help you.
And here’s a reservation link to Creekside @ Beaver Creek
We are offering all inclusive resort guiding for you and your family at a discounted rate. Our guides can handle from 1 to 6 people. The day will be customized and tailored to your group and groups needs. A fun day is in store. If this is something you have an interest in? Please reach out, we’ll make it happen. Some feedback we received from recent (this past week) tours:
Thanks Jerry for a great day on the mountain
and this one
You were so fun!! The girls loved u!!
as well as this one
Thanks for being our tour guide! Awesome day
Protect a Jerry. Says Jerry” always use zink or SPF 50.”
Great day playing with Jerry in the trees.
Great day in the trees with these ladies.
Thanks again for reading this blog. I hope you all have a great start to your week. Until next time, love one another and be kind to each other. Get out there, The Thrill of the Mountain is waiting for you. Ski on.
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