Well, folks, today is my last day of work at the Antlers. It has been a great six years for me, and I hope for them as well. I feel very fortunate to have been a part of the Antlers family and that our family relationship will only grow from here. I have learned more from Rob and Ratz than any other bosses I’ve ever had and I’m so very grateful to them for all the good advise and lessons. Beginning Monday I will be the new Administrator of the Vail Valley Surgery Center at the Vail Hospital. I’ll basically have the same job as here but instead of checking people in and out of luxury hotel suites, I’ll be checking people in and out of luxury surgical suites. Who knows, maybe I’ll even go back to school eventually and finally make my Nana proud!
- Antlers Lobby Serves as Brief Refuge for Baby Moose
There is never a dull moment at the Antlers at Vail hotel! A baby moose sought a brief refuge in our lobby yesterday morning. We are hoping it safely finds its way back to mamma. The Colorado Parks & Wildlife website has resources for how to a...
- Cliffs, Creeks and Cameras at the Antlers
Emmy-award winning filmmaker, aspiring cinematographers to showcase work at Antlers at Vail hotel The Antlers at Vail main conference room will feature kayakers cascading over waterfalls, climbers with spider-like fingertip strength, runners gri...
- Annapurna, the Antlers Puma
Our friend and fellow Vail Symposium board member, Jay Huffard, recently sold his house in Minturn. Perched outside was a bronze mountain lion originally sculpted by Edith Huffard, Jay's mother! Rather than leave the sculpture there, Jay would like...