Boners

Boner Fight for March 26th, 2020

BONER CANDIDATE #1: YEAH…BUT FRESH POWDER!

Tracks in the trees. Skiers moving their way to another run. Parking issues. The police at the scene. It would almost be a typical weekend during the ski season in Park City, but Saturday was not normal on the upper reaches of Marsac Avenue, as the road winds through Empire Pass. With Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort closed in an effort to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, people have continued to seek wintertime fun in the mountains. There have been people spotted on the Deer Valley and PCMR slopes during the closures, and there were enough Parkites last weekend wanting to be on the snow to draw the attention of the Park City Police Department. In the middle of the afternoon on Saturday, cars lined a stretch of Marsac Avenue close to Deer Valley Resort’s Empire Canyon Lodge and Montage Deer Valley. There were people on resort terrain and on a track normally more frequently used by snowmobilers. Some, it seemed, were using skins on their skis to move uphill while others appeared to be cross-country skiing. Others were walking through the snow. There were numerous tracks in the snow on high-elevation Deer Valley terrain, signaling some made it toward the top of the resort. Phil Kirk, a police captain, was at the scene on Saturday, saying the agency wanted “to maintain control over the parking area there.”   Read More

BONER CANDIDATE #2: COVID-19 IS AN ANGEL


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