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Merry Christmas

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Hi All,

I just want to send a short post to everyone who posts here. I am a daily reader who does not have much to offer in terms of ski advice or knowledge. I have a lot to learn and coming here everyday certainly gives me a good chunk to chew on. So to all of you who impart so much advice and wisdom to those of us who are in the beginning stages of the sport, I thank you. I have never seen a group of people so passionate about, well, anything really and it is truly amazing to hear trip reports and see the pictures from some of the most amazing of God's creation. Y'all are a wonderful bunch. Thanks and keep it up and have a very Merry Christmas.

post #2 of 8
Billy, Welcome to Epic. We were all beginners once and many of us still have a lot to learn (esp. me). Thanks for your kind words. Merry Christmas to you too and please stick around. This is a great community.
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Merry Christmas to you as well!

I'm pretty much in the same boat as you-learning from everyone here. Stick around. This is a great place to stoke your skiing fire within.
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Such nice sentiments .....

It almost takes the Grinch out of cranky ol' me!


Merry Christmas ..... ..... :
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Merry Christmas, friends, family, skiers, boarders... and even you tele guys and gals!
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Happy new year!
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Mazal Tov
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Merry Christmas to all.

It's tough in the flatlands, to feel like you can contribute. Don't sweat it. I'm a short timer here, getting into the groove. Live the mountain life through the posters. Make your plans for travel and post back to us.

Above all, give thanks for his grace and the majesty of all creation.

Give thanks for one of God's finest miracles. WATER

The only substance where it's solid form floats on it's liquid form. Without this? Guess what? No fish or vegetation in lakes (ice would sink and suffocate it all) and NO SNOW! ! ! Water would get heavier as it cooled and would only freeze at lower altitude.

I'll stop before I start praising the Son Of God as you way to salvation.
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