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Gripes about lodging

Dear Editor:After a recent stay at the Mountain House, there is a realization of something askew.1. No drain in the shower.2. No battery in the TV blipper.3. No incoming calls after 9 p.m.4. No ears (John) to complain to.5. Without any recourse, I was told that two nights with a local discount entitles me to absolutely nothing except directions to the door.This place needs to be re-inspected and have the doors padlocked forever.There was also a security breach while I was a “guest.” A bear walked right in and shat right down.P.S. If treated like a guest, I will behave like a guest …F. “The Fritzenator” SchumannAspen

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