Thanks all around from Grand Traverse team
Editor’s note: The following letter was originally sent to the city of Aspen. Dear Editor:The Elk Mountains Grand Traverse would like to thank you for all that you did to co-host the 2011, 14th Annual Elk Mountains Grand Traverse.Thank you, Aspen Skiing Co. (Peter King and “Buck” Justin Erickson), for a spectacular finish-line venue. Thank you, Aspen Ski Patrol, for a safe way down. Thank you, Aspen Mountain Operations, Base Area Crew & Lift Operations, for cooperating and helping us with our little problems. Thank you, Little Nell, for soup to welcome the weary skiers to the city of Aspen. Thank you, city of Aspen, for being so fine. Thanks to the Limelight Lodge for a wonderful after-party, Kip and his crew at Conundrum catering for the fine eats, and Pierre and Andre Willie at the Tyrolean Lodge and North of Nell’s for a place to rest our weary heads. Thanks to the Aspen SAR team that volunteered – David Swersky, Bruce Gordon and John Galvin. Our Sundeck crew, Mark Cornish, Neil Henzler and his friend. Mark Cornish. Thanks to Don Nelson for the ride for our docs to Richmond Ridge. A big thank you to Bob Wade and the Ute Mountaineer our Aspen “support” sponsor. In the spirit of the Crested Butte/Aspen Proclamation made April 1, 2006, we are already excited about returning to the grand city of Aspen for the 2012 Elk Mountains Grand Traverse Day! Volunteers and participants, Elk Mountains Grand Traverse
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