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7 days ago

For parks etc but still cool

 CAT

 

7 days ago

That looks pretty cool.  Hopefully that did not make a huge dent in our Gondola budget. HAHA!   

7 days ago

Whitetail added a new winch cat as well.

6 days ago

Am I the only one who doesn’t view a new snow cat as an upgrade? I always thought of it like a work truck, something that is required for the job, and replacing one that is no longer capable or too old is just a cost of maintaining the current level of service.

6 days ago

msprings wrote:

Am I the only one who doesn’t view a new snow cat as an upgrade? I always thought of it like a work truck, something that is required for the job, and replacing one that is no longer capable or too old is just a cost of maintaining the current level of service.

Probably not.  I didn’t, hence creating a new thread and not under the upgrades thread.  The video does highlight some features specific to park building which to some would consider it an upgrade.  Also, not sure they’re replacing an old one, so maybe an upgrade to their fleet?  Regardless, I like it when resorts gets new stuff.

5 days ago

Bonzski wrote:

msprings wrote:

Am I the only one who doesn’t view a new snow cat as an upgrade? I always thought of it like a work truck, something that is required for the job, and replacing one that is no longer capable or too old is just a cost of maintaining the current level of service.

Probably not.  I didn’t, hence creating a new thread and not under the upgrades thread.  The video does highlight some features specific to park building which to some would consider it an upgrade.  Also, not sure they’re replacing an old one, so maybe an upgrade to their fleet?  Regardless, I like it when resorts gets new stuff.

Completely fair. I’m not saying I’m not happy when hills don’t get new stuff, just how they market it can sometimes rub me the wrong way.

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