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Colorado finally has snow again. It was DEEP today.

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Nice Brian.

Vail was pillow fresh for us as well today. So great to feel it once again...and the vibe shared amongst everyone was joyous!
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Sweet!!!

 

Hope it keeps up for the rest of the season (not being selfish or anything since I'll be there 1st week in April)wink.gif

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Nice man, that snow looks fantastic! Not to mention that you're totally slaying it as well wink.gif

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Sweet.

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Being a Brit, I have never, ever skied conditions like that. Stuck with one week a year of Euroslush nonono2.gif.

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Well if you'd like to come over here, I'd  recommend Utah. Though lately British Columbia has been the most plentiful.

We still can't figure out why your countrymen go to the eastern US, but glad they do.
 

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Sooooooooo Niiiiiiiice! yahoo.gifGreat skiing too. 

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I think the reason most of my fellow tea sippers go to the US east coast is because to non americans with little experience of geography, Utah is desert, British Columbia is in South America, and Brits buy package holidays, so most only hear what the companies tell them - "Whats the point of flying an extra 6hrs to ski the same country? All snow is just snow isn't it?"
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Tx fpr the morning stoke. Nice pillow line with trees. Did I see 'Bents..'?

 

On the second topic, I know i prefer one plane, non-stop to wherever it takes me. ;-)

 

Anyone want to fly to Burlington and shoot some vid?

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I think the reason most of my fellow tea sippers go to the US east coast is because to non americans with little experience of geography, Utah is desert, British Columbia is in South America

Wow, if that's true, then the schools in the UK must be almost as bad as the US

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Wow, if that's true, then the schools in the UK must be almost as bad as the US

Actually they are probably as bad as eachother, given that I spent ten years studying WW2 (seven of them on the london Blitz), and not one on the American War of independance, or the war of 1812, or basically anything about the fall of the British Empire (perhaps the single most important series of events in the last 300 years, internationally speaking) simply because it makes the majority of the population uncomfortable.

I even spent 6 months on the civil rights movement in America and nothing on the civil rights movement in Britain in the late 1800s. It was literally never discussed.

Although a nation which lets it's regional governments prioritize a book over biology is pretty bad too, I suppose. wink.gif

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