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post #31 of 33

I would be skeptical if I heard this story from anyone....  From you I know it is total Bul....  I mean Hyperbole.  How are your boots doing?  BTW...  You could probably repair your top sheet with a blowtorch.
 

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Originally Posted by Vitamin Ski View Post

File a claim with Homeowner's Insurance (or renters if you rent).

 

A patroller at Jackson ruined my topsheets with his skis one time.  If that then had been me now, I'd have gone into the patrol office after the lifts closed (or sooner) and demanded compensation.



 

post #32 of 33
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I would be skeptical if I heard this story from anyone....  From you I know it is total Bul....  I mean Hyperbole.  How are your boots doing?  BTW...  You could probably repair your top sheet with a blowtorch.
 



 



Oh you KNOW it didn't happen because that resort employs you and you know it's all good.  rolleyes.gif

post #33 of 33

I almost feel bad!!!!! I run over the tops of peoples skis all the time, just cause I know it bugs them. LOL .You can ski over the tops of mine any time you feel like it. Once youve taught you don't worrie about it ever.

I am sorry in advance to anyone whos skis I run over in the future (just gotta do it! )jk.gif

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