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Fitness Minutes: (17,308) Posts: 486 1/8/09 10:05 A
Still sounds great to me... we have less than 300 feet of vertical at the hill where I hold my season pass.
Being a Minnesotan though, I've grown up on the ice... you should imagine my surprise the first time I skied powder. HOLY buckets... whole new sport needing all new skis. (or that's my story and I'm sticking to it)
Welcome to the team. I'm excited to have so many people coming from so many areas on board so we can compare notes and stories.
Glad to have you!
current weight: 268.0
Posts: 244 1/6/09 12:42 P
Heck yeah, you did! I'm jealous! I was supposed to fly home for the holidays, but then the NW got dumped on and it screwed up my flights and all chances of being picked up at the airport. I usually get out the west at least twice during the season and then another 2 times during the summer/fall.
Boarding now at Hunter, Windham, Gore, Whiteface, and up to Killington, Stratton, and Jay Peak if I can stand the drive. It's not out west, but at least it's something!
Pounds lost: 0.0
Posts: 1,485 1/5/09 9:54 P
I learned to ski on the East coast and then 22 years later moved to UT. I think I got the better end of the stick Where do you board now?
If you win 51% of the battles you have won the war.
Posts: 244 1/5/09 9:05 P
Hi there! I'm a native Oregonian that has been transplanted in NYC because of my career. Grew up boarding Hood but once I moved out to the East coast, I had to completely relearn how to ride because of the icy conditions. Hope everyone is enjoying the season so far!!
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