Couple of things:
1. Tamarack was based entirely on the real estate at the base of the mountain during the housing bubble. Housing bubble pops=recession + tamarack going bankrupt because they're entire initial investments were based on that land and homes selling.
2. From my understanding of the way Bogus leases their land, they could pay extra on their insurance in order to stay open longer. However, they have to make that decision before the start of the year and are unwilling to do so because of the risk if they don't have the snow at the end of the season. Brundage has the nads to do it and therefore stays open longer.
3. A new lift instead of Superior will be nice, it's a good zone to ski but I never did because that lift takes so fucking long. I will agree though that it was a good place to go if you wanted to slow things down.
All in all, Bogus getting a newer lift isn't a bad thing. Yes, I agree, it would be awesome if they would just lease new land and put the lift there, but let's face it, Bogus just doesn't have the financial backing to do something like that.
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