Hang that on your wall
Dear Editor:In an article published in the March 10 issue of The Aspen Times, Dick Jackson, in a feeble attempt to cover his own butt, offers us a pathetic excuse as to the circumstances surrounding the tragic loss of a human life.It’s amazing to me that after looking at a 3,500-foot-long debris field, Dick Jackson can say, “No poor decisions were made.” As Jackson points to his credentials hanging on his wall, he boasts that he is one of only 21 people certified by the International Federation of Mountain Guides. Unfortunately, the document was not signed or approved by Mother Nature.The bottom line, Dick, is that someone is dead because you think you know it all. Hang that on your wall with all your credentials.Jon SilverBoulder
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A new 6-mile jug handle trail has been added to the Emma side of land known as the Crown. The Vasten Trail provides options for mountain bikers in the popular area.