If you skied during the polar vortex that enveloped New England earlier this month, good for you.
If you didn’t, good for you. Join the club.
If you skied during the polar vortex just so you’d be able to post images of your brief bravery online, well that’s neat, I guess. But if you didn’t ski, yet took the opportunity of some resorts limiting lift access for customer and staff safety to blindly rail at them for doing so, then you’re part of the problem.
“Ridiculous….we are raising a bunch of wimps that won’t be prepared for any sort of hardship in their future,” one Facebook user posted in response to Jay Peak Resort’s decision to close on Feb. 3, with record-low temperatures predicted for northern Vermont. “Call the wambulance.”