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Letter: Highlands Bowl honors legacies

Highlands Bowl honors legacies

Roger Marot (rhymes with “dolt”) seems to think I’m basing my argument on a surveyor’s spike. I’m not. I’m refering to the two commerative plaques on Aspen Highlands that refer to the the Highlands Bowl as the “Highlands Bowl.” The fact that he doesen’t even know where on Highlands these are shows he has the awareness of a desktop stapler.

By calling Highlands Bowl by name, I’m honoring the legacy of those who had the vision and fortitude to bring it to the Highlands ski area in the first place. That trumps any goverment survey as far as I’m concerned.

Plural possesive. Basic stuff taught on “Sesame Street.”

I’ll make you a deal. You call where I ski “Highlands Bowl”, and I’ll call what you do “skiing”. By the way, Roger, Snowmass Village called — they want their idiot back.

Lorenzo Semple


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