Recently, a woman I met in Chefchaouen messaged me a link to my article: “Should You Work For Vail Resorts? “Fourth result on Google! You’re all over the place,” she wrote.
How funny to think that three years ago, when I started this blog, it was about living in a ski town.
Life will change a lot, if you let it.
I don’t think it’s a bad thing. I certainly don’t yearn for the ski town. And I’m excited to see where the newest changes in my life will lead me. But sometimes, a reminder of the past can be sweet.
So today, we look back at Vail for a bit.
Here’s a video about Henry, one of the ski-patrol avalanche dogs from Vail. Snatching a few scratches from one of these puppers at PHQ atop Chir 4, or seeing one load or unload the chairlifts across the mountain was always a highlight of my season at Vail.
Hope you all enjoyed the video as much as I enjoyed the glimpse at the past! And hope everyone in Colorado enjoyed this weekend’s fresh snowfall! I’m jealous of everyone that got to catch some powder turns!
4 thoughts on “Vail’s Ski Patrol Doggos”
Lovely to see. Thanks for sharing it. If only my Labrador was half as useful instead of snoozing at my feet! Still, he inspires my blogging I guess.
It’s a lovely, touching video. Thank you for making it and sharing it.
Hi Daniel, Thanks for sharing this video it’s lovely. Louise
Isn’t it, Louise?? Happy to brighten your day 😊