Toss skis in the dumpster?! Heathen! [img]smile.gif[/img] The dozens of pairs I *didn't* list are my museum pieces . . . some of those that are special are mounted around our property. Others are cut up and used for fencing, some get sold at yard sales to folks who don't know any better, and some get burned in yearly offerings to Ullr !
Side note - my perspective on how many skis are too many is warped since I used to live at an apartment inside, and helped take care of, the largest private ski collection in the world. The Richard Allen Ski Museum. Really cool display, Richard has moved back up to Aspen now and hopefully he has got another building setup for the museum -- well worth looking the guy up if you like skiing and are in that area ever.
I wrote a humorous article for a magazine some years ago about the experience of living inside the ski museum. If anybody is interested I can email it - or I guess post it here if AC doesn't mind the clutter. I literally was a part of the ski museum: the resident "Ski Bum", and had signs setup next to the big window looking in from the museum into the apartment explaining things like "care and feeding of the Ski Bum" and etc.
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