It was a weird summer at Gunstock Mountain Resort.
The Gilford, N.H., ski area found itself in the headlines back in July when the entire management team resigned due to an ongoing feud with the Gunstock Area Commission — a five-member board appointed by the Belknap County Delegation with the responsibility of managing country-owned Gunstock. Summer activities were immediately shut down, and the upcoming ski season seemed to be in doubt.
After two weeks of Granite State-based political sniping — leading to resignations from the GAC and the return of the Gunstock management team — Gunstock re-opened to the public and began preparations for winter.
On the latest Basecamp podcast, hosts Eric Wilbur and Mike Specian chat with Gunstock general manager Tom Day, who led the charge for the staff to resign back in July.