Miramar by the Numbers

Miramar by the Numbers

When a club is around for over 60 years we have history that comes with a wide demographic (2 to 92), a lot of baggage (New York City in the right bin and New Jersey on the left – yeah you know the rules) and a staggering amount of information.

On this day, the 53rd anniversary of the purchase of our ski lodge I thought I might share some of it with you. Enjoy Miramar by the numbers! ~ Tom Kanewski

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From 2 to 92

From 2 to 92

The Miramar family thrives on the diverse personalities, stuff experiences and contributions of it’s members.

This year’s 4th of July weekend at the lodge was a case in point, when we hosted guests, members – and twins in training for membership – from 2 to 92.

Thomas and Thaddeus are already learning to be baseball fans and we hope to see them on skis for the first time this winter, while Emmy-award-winning scenic designer Harry just bought himself a new pair!

Tom and Thad - Yankees fans-in-training

Tom and Thad (or is it Thad and Tom?) — Yankees fans-in-training

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Harry Miller painting on the back deck

Miramar Is On YouTube

Miramar Is On YouTube

Miramar is on YouTube!

Here’s one of the best clips so far: an early morning descent of Loges Peak at Aspen Highlands with Mads and the A Team. Enjoy!

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Do you rock a GoPro? Let us know, view  we’re always looking for more videos to post on our YouTube channel.

Get Ready for Another Long, Cold, Snowy Winter!

Get Ready for Another Long, Cold, Snowy Winter!

61QAlOY6qrL._SY344_BO1, <a href=Just when you thought you had gotten over last winter, be warned (i.e., get ready to celebrate): The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts it will be super cold with a slew of snow for much of the country, even in places that don’t usually see too much of it, like the Pacific Northwest.

Look for above-normal snow and below-normal temperatures for much of New England; icy conditions in parts of the South; and frigid weather in the Midwest. The snowiest periods in the Pacific Northwest will be in mid-December, early to mid-January and mid- to late February, the almanac predicts.

“Just about everybody who gets snow will have a White Christmas in one capacity or another,” editor Janice Stillman said from Dublin, New Hampshire, where the almanac is compiled. It’s due out in the coming week.