As I reflect on the ski experience at various ski areas during my skiing journey the memorable ski ares are the ones that paid attention to the details. Some memorable areas are Okemo, Beaver Creek, and Snowbasin. All of these places have grand designs and goals but at the same time they do not forget the details that make your visit comfortable. To often I have skied at areas where the chairs seats are covered with snow and the lift personnel seem disinterested in their tasks. I have never had to manage a ski area so I really don't know what prevents the attention to the details, but as I listen to the complaints of my fellow geezer skiers I find that there are often many easily corrected details that could be corrected with little cost. So I wonder if the management of ski areas listens to the public. I expect those areas that are tuned into the details of the skier's experience are the most successful.