Never understood this logic. It's sort of like saying "who won the NL home run title this year? Barry Bonds doesn't count because he always wins" [img]smile.gif[/img]
|Originally posted by SkiKing:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Pete Zehut:
So you guys can quit your arguing.
Not Timberline, they don't count since they basically never close.
</font>[/quote]It's a little different, actually, since Tline effectively never closes. They shut down for lift maintenance, but it's not as if one season starts and another ends, and they close for the season. What is September, the end of their winter season? And then a few days later in September it's the beginning of their winter season? If you're talking about who is going to open first, then it doesn't really make sense to include the place that never closes.
It would be like saying that the NYC subway 'opens' before any other subway system--it's never closed, so how can it open?
And Tenney did run lifts and sell tickets at least one day, from what I understand, so they win (like I said, I'm sure it was crap, but quality has never been a consideration in this).