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Win Smith, president of Sugarbush resort in Warren, called Carpenter a "pioneer" who made a huge difference to the ski industry. Smith also praised Carpenter and his wife, Donna, for speaking out about the environment and the climate crisis. Toland, director of communications at Jay Peak ski resort, said he met Carpenter briefly about 12 years ago at a gym in Stowe, when Carpenter asked him to spot him while he lifted weights.

We're probably into the grandkids stage at this point.

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In Stowe, Jeff Wise, senior communications manager for Vail Resorts Northeast Region, said Carpenter was an important member of the Stowe community, and not just the ski resort but the broader community as well. Wise said that in his capacity as senior communications manager he monitors press about Stowe and the resort and that he was amazed at how often Carpenter would be quoted in those stories. For all his financial success, folks were always more likely to run into Carpenter wearing a snowsuit than a sportscoat.

He was a fan of early morning backcountry rides, and he had to stay in good shape to keep up with some of the company he rode with. He assigns Skye and Rubble to assist with saving Chickaletta from the AWOL drone and to find out where the swarm of butterflies are going. After they deploy, Skye tracks down the spot where the bush Humdinger dug up was, while Ryder takes a picture of one of the butterflies to show Skye so she can tell where they are going since the swarm follows a single scout to find food.

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Meanwhile, Rubble rescues Chickaletta and takes care of the drone. Skye finds where the bush was, but soon spots an even larger swarm of the butterflies heading for Adventure Bay. : Jake and Julia Save the Butterfly () : : Books

However, Ryder is ready for them. With Rocky's help, Ryder disguises Marshall, Zuma, and Rocky as butterflies, and adjusts their Pup Tags to imitate the scout butterfly's calls to lure the swarm to them and back to the bush Humdinger dug up.

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Once they find Humdinger, Ryder frees the scout butterfly, especially after Humdinger can't take the Catastrophe Crew's continuous yowling any longer, and agrees to put the bush back, deciding it was not worth the trouble any more, and departs, pleading with the Catastrophe Crew to shut up when they start making a racket again. Marshall has some fun as he takes the scout butterfly back to the rest of the swarm.

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