End of season news

Being Summit County, our spring weather was reversed. March came in like a lamb with very warm, spring-like days, but went out like a lion with one of the biggest storms of the year on April 1. April was the 3rd snowiest month of the season, after December and January.

Overall, the season ended a little above average. We plowed over 14 feet of snow, and the Colorado River watershed reported the snow pack at 104% of average at the end of April.

Our existing customers should have received contract renewals this past week. We have discount deadlines this year of June 1, July 1, and August 1.

All the ice was off Lake Dillon on Sunday, May 10. It looks like a great summer shaping up.

Karen will be participating in the Bolder Boulder 10K event in Boulder on Memorial Day. This is her first event of this kind, so she’s excited.

We will be attending the SIMA symposium in June for the trade show and educational sessions. Karen is presenting two workshops this year, the first is on how to successfully integrate lifestyle changes, and the second is a panel discussion on women in the snow and ice industry.

Get outside and enjoy the summer, whether you garden, hike, bicycle, boat, camp, or shop – have fun!