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post #61 of 114
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It should be WET and MUDDY! Thanks for the wishes.

LM- So glad you are able to make it! It wouldn't be an EPIC event without ya. :
post #62 of 114
Well, it SHOULDN'T be wet and muddy. Maybe it will be, but it SHOULDN'T.

There's no telling what will happen around here, so be prepared for tons of snow, no snow, warmth and mud, cold and frozen mud . . . but the beer here is very dependable.
post #63 of 114
Originally posted by Lisamarie:
We just reserved the only "doggie room " left at the Stowe Motel. Giselle will congragulate you with a snuggle!
There's a dog hotel here called 2 Dogs Inn or lodge or something. You can bring dogs. They are introducing a dog-sitting service for people who want to go skiing sans dog, also.
post #64 of 114
Also just found this thread (Don't normally check this forum!) Best wishes to you both from us both-Will be thinking of you on the day, and will have a glass of wine for your continued happiness.

We also got married in a ski resort but unfortunately not actually on the snow. Hope the snow is good and the day is verything you would wish.

Helen and Kerry
post #65 of 114
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Thank you Kerry and Helen! We may not be on snow either!

We'll post pictures as soon as we're able.
Only 3 weeks to go. :
post #66 of 114
How cool is that?! [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

Congratulations Bonnie and Jeff!

PS, Sorry it took me so long to get to this thread.
post #67 of 114
Let me add my CONGRATS as well! What an absolutely idyllic, awesome, unique location for the event of a lifetime! Definitely an "Epic" event in more ways than one.

In addition to everything else, I bet your photographer is pretty stoked him/herself. Wedding photographers shoot at all sorts of locations, but this just about takes the cake. If there is any snow around, he should be able to make it look like you were married in heaven.

Again, all the best!!!

Tom / PM

PS - There is a chance I might be in the area and be able to attend, so please let me know the details as they develop. If I can come, I'll be glad to help out in any way that I can (eg, shuttling people or supplies, etc.).
post #68 of 114
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Thanks, Tom!

This is not going to be a big deal....just 5 minutes in the woods, and a day of SKIING! It would be wonderful to meet you and ski with us!

Details by the weekend. I'm pretty sure the actual ceremony will be at 10 am, but I need to run it by the "Judge" first.
post #69 of 114

You're getting should take longer than 5 minutes!!!! [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #70 of 114
I dunno. Possibly it's just as well about the weather, or we could find out if it's true that people have no fiancé(e)s on powder days. [img]graemlins/angel.gif[/img]
post #71 of 114
Thread Starter 
What's more important....ceremony or skiing?

Skiing! [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]

There is no powder in New England, delta888
post #72 of 114
When I was a camp counselor, we were concerned about the time campers "spent in the woods".

But...seeing you are of a different generation (joke), you wouldn't know about thoooose nature walks.

However, given the choice of skiing or ceremony....

hmmm....With Oboe being an insturctor, he can do a wedge going backwards in fron of you two, the witnesses can do their synchronized skiing behind you... and combine both events!!!!!
post #73 of 114
Originally posted by KeeTov:
... With Oboe being an insturctor, he can do a wedge going backwards in fron of you two, the witnesses can do their synchronized skiing behind you... and combine both events!!!!!
Humm... I can even see the rest of the bridal party, the other guests and the photographer(s) doing this, but I can't wait to see what the organist does.

Tom / PM
post #74 of 114
Thread Starter 
Organist? Wedding party?

I don't know what kind of wedding you're thinking of, but I intend to pause just long enough to take off the skis, attach the veil by velcro, say "I WILL!", click back into bindings and shoot off down the trail.

The real fun is apres ski. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

I sure hope you can make it Kee Tov. We missed skiing with you at Belleayre this year!
post #75 of 114
Don't worry. I'm just having fun with the image of having a huge formal wedding on skis. Sorta' "My Big Fat Powder Wedding".

Tom / PM
post #76 of 114
(oops! Shouldn't get off-message)

I expect to receive the officially legally empowering document this week. ant has suggested previously that a "man of the cloth" would wear a white dress (yes, she did say something really close to that). Eschewing the white dress route, will the officiant wear a red ski parka uncovered, or will the officiant wear a black judicial robe? You place your bets.

[ March 09, 2004, 03:31 PM: Message edited by: oboe ]
post #77 of 114
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To quote Nirvana:

Come as you are.
post #78 of 114
OK, you asked for it.
post #79 of 114
Black judicial robe! Do you guys get to wear wigs? Our lawyers do, if in court.
post #80 of 114
Considering the inexorable march of my head hair to other places, a wig would not be wholly inappropriate. However, in American jurisprudence, wigs are optional. As are hair transplants.
post #81 of 114
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I've got a nose hair trimmer you can borrow. [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #82 of 114
Originally posted by Bonni:
To quote Nirvana:

Come as you are.
I'll have my boots on! [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #83 of 114
Hey, Oboe, ever hear "The Emperor's New Clothes"?
post #84 of 114
skierteach, you're gonna love my outfit [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #85 of 114
Can't wait! [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #86 of 114
Thread Starter 
Here are the details:

Be at the chapel on the Toll Road at 9 am. Oboe will be there to start the ceremony. The lifts open at 8, so you have time to get some first tracks if you want.

It'll be quick, so if you show up at 9:05, you'll miss it.

Ski all day. Have a LOT of fun!

Meet at the Matterhorn, Shed, or Rusty Nail at 4:30 for drinks. (We haven't decided yet!!! We'll make a decision and post here by next week) We're buying. I suppose we'll be at the bar till about 7 or so. Then if you wish, you can follow us to our room at the Snowdrift Motel. (We'll give you directions to our motel room at the bar). There will be food, beer, wine, a fire in the fireplace and Warren Miller flicks on the DVD. Bring a suit...there's a hot tub if you want to soak.

Party ends whenever.

PM me if you have questions.

See you Saturday morning, March 27th, at Stowe!

PS. Edited to say that the Rusty Nail is the place to meet apres ski!

[ March 13, 2004, 08:45 PM: Message edited by: Bonni ]
post #87 of 114
I vote against the shed. I just think their beer is apalling. Matterhorn is the place people go, but if it's a saturday, it might be full. Rusty nail is rather pretty, and has decent beer (harpoon IPA!).
post #88 of 114
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Oh Hell. That's Jeff's favorite beer! RUSTY NAIL it is folks!
post #89 of 114
Bonni forgot to mention we are buying ONE GLASS, please bring your own straw!

All kidding aside, please come and join us on the 27th if you can. I should be a wonderful day for all. I know it will be for me! [img]smile.gif[/img]
post #90 of 114
Harpoon IPA is the bomb, it's almost like the beer back home. Rusty Nail is nice, it's kind of lofty and nice. Near to town too. Where's the place you guys are staying?
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