Originally Posted by Ghost
Ok, heres a few more signs.
(1)You buy a pair of skis at a yard sale in July and can't stop thinking about skiing.
(3) You spend $50 tuning up that $15 pair of skis.
(4) You buy skis a few weeks after the ski hills close for the season.
(5) You bring more than one pair of skis to the hill.
(6) You choose your college/university based on how good the skiing is in the area.
(7) You alter your career to accomodate your skiing.
I meet every one of these...
(the 2 I didn't I marked out with ***)
(1) Not quite yard sale, but I did drive up to Alpine Meadows last month just to pick up a pair of free skis.
(3) The tune was fine on those free skis, but remounting the bindings was $10. Gave them to my fiance.
(4) How about two
pairs of skis after the resort closes, and
I'm out for the season with a knee injury?
(6) Check. Univ. of Utah in Salt Lake City for grad school. (I justified it by it also being a good school.)
(7) Check. Moved to Reno to get out of Vegas (not a skiing area - moving there was a mistake). Then moved within Reno to get closer to skiing.