-Stand in the doorway waiting for people. Refuse to move when bumped and jostled by people coming in and out.
-Stand at the end of the lodge table like the monarch of a small country while everyone gears up and leaves after lunch. Gear up and continue to stand there contemplating
going out while other skiers circle like vultures searching for carrion trying to find a place to sit with their lunch.
-Stand in front of the lift in a pile about 15 feet from where everyone exits the lift. Ignore remarks directed at your dumbass.
-Stand so close to the door to the restroom that you get hit when people enter. Look annoyed when you get slammed, but do not move. This would never happen in the gold fauceted restrooms at Deer Valley/Vail!
-Stand in the way after ordering your hot sandwich so that no one else can access any other cooler or easy access cold sanwiches or fruit. Make sure you don't have money ready when you get to the cashier and have to dig through 7 zippered pockets. Forget which way the zippers unzip. Yell for your husband across the lodge because you're short a dollar.
-Stand in front of the ticket window putting tickets on wickets for all 17 of your family members so that no one else can buy a ticket. Drop the paper backing on the ground.
-Stand at the large trailmap billboard in a gaggle of 16 family members looking for the last member because that is your 'meeting place'. Refuse to move aside.
-Stand by your car with the doors open while you gear up so that people next to you can't open their doors. Look annoyed when told 'excuse me'.
-Stand in the lift line corral to wait for your son or daughter who 'should be here by now.' Motion for people to keep squeezing by you. Shade your eyes and look uphill for your little darlings.
-Stand by your skis in the rack and wait for the rest of your 16 family members. Call them over one at a time until there are 10 members standing in between two racks so others can't get to their skis. Ignore requests of "Pardon me", "Excuse me" and continue to stand there.
-Stand in line at the top of the hill women's restroom at Stratton even though it's -5 degrees with a windchill. (this happened to me) Wait in line for 10 minutes. When you finally get in
the door, discover that only one stall is working: the other is full of **** (literally). There is a plunger on the floor next to the toilet. Do not plunge the toilet so that both toilets are working. Continue to use only the one that works. Look disgusted at the skier who actually picked up the plunger and gave it 2 good strokes and cleared it out.
This would never happen in the gold fauceted restrooms at Deer Valley/Vail!