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post #31 of 52
Quote:
Originally posted by matt_davis:
http://www.skilovers.com/cgi-local/dcf/dcboard.cgi
oh yeah. perfect for those who thought Barney was good for children.

carv lust, you missed the sarcasm in Coach's post. hang around, you'll start to get it.
post #32 of 52
Quote:
Originally posted by AlpineZone:
Well, I suppose it's appropriate to reply to this (AC - please delete if not). I run the AlpineZone Forums:

http://forums.alpinezone.com/

We focus strictly on the Northeast and New England so it's a bit different than some of the non-regional forums like Epic. We also have a Hiking forum which sees activity year-round and I also host the forum for the Flags on the 48 event. FOT48 is an annual September 11 memorial hike to raise the American Flag on all 48 New Hampshire 4000'ers.

The hiking board has been somewhat active since its inception, but the Skiing forum has really taken off this season. It's really the only true Northeast-specific skiing message board. If you're a Northeast skier, you should definitely have a look.
Alpinezone is great! Its relatively flame and troll free, without being a sugar coated flame fest! I'd love to see a group of Bears participate in Flags on the 48!
post #33 of 52
In addition to Epic, Alpine Zone is a great place to discuss skiing in the North East, particularly, New England. It doesn't have the same flavor as this site, but there is some good information on it's targeted geographic area. The people at Alpine Zone are more mature than some of the members of other local NE forums and there isn't much if any flaming that goes on there. It is a well run forum.
post #34 of 52
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Originally posted by skierteach:
The people at Alpine Zone are more mature than some of the members of other local NE forums
You are referring to the AMC forums, right?
post #35 of 52
Check out www.biglines.com.
A little site thats based out of Calgary and affliated with a local shop.

[ February 08, 2004, 06:05 AM: Message edited by: Leeroy ]
post #36 of 52
Thanks for all the kind words, everyone! [img]smile.gif[/img]
post #37 of 52
A new fledgling skiing forum has just been born

http://snowheads.com/

Came about out of the decision by the Ski Club of Great Britain to restrict access of forum to members only (which I am one, but unfortunately many useful contributers are not), so a member (or two?) decided to set up a new and shiny open alternative.
Not quite (or at all) the mine of info epicski is, but a kind of generally friendly place for skiing mad brits (and anyone else [img]smile.gif[/img] ) to get together.
You might find it useful for advice if you're thinking of heading for a trip this side of the pond.

Stuart

[ February 10, 2004, 02:18 PM: Message edited by: stuarth ]
post #38 of 52
Quote:
Originally posted by gonzostrike:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by matt_davis:
http://www.skilovers.com/cgi-local/dcf/dcboard.cgi
oh yeah. perfect for those who thought Barney was good for children.
</font>[/quote]My, the superior position of Epictry entitles you to be hypocritical? Begone, growling Missoulite.

Face it, and quickly: the HTT attitude at Pouter and among some who've ventured here is NO DIFFERENT than that same thing you've quoted above, gonz. Pot-Kettle-Black, classically.

Please return to your regularly scheduled hypocrisy. Thank you.
post #39 of 52
Quote:
Originally posted by stuarth:
A new fledgling skiing forum has just been born

http://snowheads.com/

Came about out of the decision by the Ski Club of Great Britain to restrict access of forum to members only (which I am one, but unfortunately many useful contributers are not), so a member (or two?) decided to set up a new and shiny open alternative.
Not quite (or at all) the mine of info epicski is, but a kind of generally friendly place for skiing mad brits (and anyone else [img]smile.gif[/img] ) to get together.
You might find it useful for advice if you're thinking of heading for a trip this side of the pond.

Stuart
Your forum is just over a week old and you already have 2,140 posts and 174 members? Holy cow! You're doing something right. phpBB is great software.
post #40 of 52
Check out skimaps.com, which was reintroduced to the interent in December. Its forum, here isn't very active since it just started out, but check it out.
post #41 of 52
Quote:
Originally posted by gonzostrike:
oh yeah. perfect for those who thought Barney was good for children.
My kids don't even know who Barney is.
post #42 of 52
You could try the British angle on things at www.natives.co.uk
post #43 of 52
Hee hee thanks for the mention Greg - At the risk of sounding pedantic snowHeads was just under a week old then.

@ 9days = 240 users / 2942 posts
We are vvvvery happy [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

It's UK people mainly, all really nice - big on info for Europe.

At this rate, I'm going to be sat by the road with a sign round my neck soon "Will work for bandwidth"

U

[ February 16, 2004, 06:13 PM: Message edited by: u brain ]
post #44 of 52
Bloody Hell, "u"! U don't half get about these days
post #45 of 52
I'd just like to point out that while I may post on Natives and snowHeads (did I get the capitals right? ), I'm not the top poster on snowHeads YET. Give it a week or two...

S
post #46 of 52
Quote:
Originally posted by matt_davis:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by gonzostrike:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by matt_davis:
http://www.skilovers.com/cgi-local/dcf/dcboard.cgi
oh yeah. perfect for those who thought Barney was good for children.
</font>[/quote]My, the superior position of Epictry entitles you to be hypocritical? Begone, growling Missoulite.

Face it, and quickly: the HTT attitude at Pouter and among some who've ventured here is NO DIFFERENT than that same thing you've quoted above, gonz. Pot-Kettle-Black, classically.

Please return to your regularly scheduled hypocrisy. Thank you.
</font>[/quote][img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img] outstanding, Matt! nice work! [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]

I'll wyz all over your cracker.
post #47 of 52
I can read your "voice" anywhere my man.
come to UT, again I would love to FINALLY ski w/ you
post #48 of 52
heh!

looks like March is the month... are you going to be busy at Snowbasin? I need some time before returning to SLC... need to make some $$.
post #49 of 52
Hi,

Here two european forums, this one in spanish (my home forum) Nevasport and this one in french Skipass
Cheers
post #50 of 52
Are you friends with someone named Wop?
post #51 of 52
yeah, the other friends are named Mick, Spic, Eggplant, Riceboy and... Pa Pijons.

BTW, Pete, where's that stuffed crust pepperoni & sausage I ordered? must be cold by now.
post #52 of 52
I think you were cold long ago. Do you want breadsticks, too?
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