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post #31 of 35
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I'm not sure if it is their "vibe" or not but at Whistler they call it powder even when you can make snowballs out of it.

 

This happens all over the PNW.

 

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People who pine for sunshine are looked at as weirdos or gapers.

 

Well, 'cuz they are. I mean, it's nice, but that's not how you get snow.

post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post

I love skiing the terrain at Squaw and especially enjoy skiing on the rare occasion that I can meet up with you and Xela, but when I'm on my own I get the vibe:  "who are you?  you don't belong here" 

That vibe is getting better, or maybe I don't let it get to me as mucht .....th_dunno-1%5B1%5D.gif

Still, Squaw inspires me to "do more" 

Or maybe you belong more:-)
post #33 of 35

Vibe at Sun Valley--Old guys and girls skiing fast.

post #34 of 35
^^^^ Retired woman from New Yawk wearing stretch leopard print ski pants, skiing with her friend from Florida in gold lame' stretch pants. They both rip. "Yes, we usually meet here for a week or two, 5-6 times a season. I wouldn't bother going anywhere else, are you kidding?"
post #35 of 35

Describing Baker, Posaune says: " People who pine for sunshine are looked at as weirdos or gapers."

Wait, you mean there are ski areas that have sunshine ?

 

A good day at Alyeska means you can see where you are going.

But the vibe is Colorado, circa 1970's. Way laid back.

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