Thank heaven for T Lazy 7 |

Thank heaven for T Lazy 7

Dear Editor:

T Lazy 7, the outfit that grooms Maroon Creek Road and operates the snowmobile tours, is to be commended for its role in providing a rewarding, no-fee winter recreational amenity for our community to use and enjoy.

This recreational experience is, of course, remarkable for its spectacular scenery and excellent grooming. Perhaps more notable is that the people who use this trail – cross-country skiers, snowmobilers, snowshoers, walkers, and their dogs – get along so well. T Lazy 7 deserves credit for extending every courtesy to other trail users, and for creating a venue where motorized and non-motorized recreationalists exist together in mutual respect.

Please join us in thanking the Rick Deane family and the T Lazy 7 crew who help make this possible.

Ben Dodge

president, Aspen/Snowmass Nordic Council

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