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Any seven springs regulars?

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Are there any seven springs regulars here, especially ones coming from the north hills / cranberry area ?

I'm trying to find a skiing buddy and perhaps ride share.

Is anyone going tomorrow (Thursday 2/21)?
post #2 of 13
My husband and I are 7 springs regulars but we are from DC.

I realize that this was posted in Feb but just to let you know there are regulars out there. We go up two to three weekends a month.
post #3 of 13
I'm also a semi regular at 7-springs. I live in the East End of Pittsburgh.

Mike
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Speaking of SpringsRegular, where is Sam? Not logged in Since April.

You don't think a new job and baby can keep him from skiing .
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Originally Posted by Cirquerider View Post
Speaking of SpringsRegular, where is Sam? Not logged in Since April.

You don't think a new job and baby can keep him from skiing .
too rass goat on mtbr....he hardly post ski stuff in the summer.
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I'm a Seven Springs devotee with 09 being my 29th consecutive season there , coming from Peters Township in the South Hills. Leave in time for first chair Sat and Sunday , leave about 1:30PM for home. I know alot of guys that have probably been there over 40 years now, and many of them ski nothing but the icy rut line on the bump hill. I am as impressed with their skis now as I was in 1980 when I first went there. IMHO opinion they are damn good skiers.
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I'm a seven springs regular as well. I'm up there most weekends. I'm from the north hills area.
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I'm a Springs irregular. I ski there often but when Laurel opens I doubt you'll find at the Springs. I'll be at the Mountain!
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I'm a Seven Springs devotee with 09 being my 29th consecutive season there , coming from Peters Township in the South Hills. Leave in time for first chair Sat and Sunday , leave about 1:30PM for home. I know alot of guys that have probably been there over 40 years now, and many of them ski nothing but the icy rut line on the bump hill. I am as impressed with their skis now as I was in 1980 when I first went there. IMHO opinion they are damn good skiers.
Those gray beards rock the bumps, smooth and fast. Very nice.
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Crazie i'm lookin at your new sig, do you make that stuff?
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I make the stainless clad slabs that make the stuff, a lot of welding involved.

Sorry for the hijack.
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TIG?

No hijack just a brief diversion. I'm not a 7 Springs regular but i ski there regularly. Hey Cirque yinz comin home for the Holidays this year??
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Mig, stick, and sub arc, square a carbon core on a stainless plate, then square a stainless plate on that, slap in carbon side plates, clamp, tack, lift with crane into a slab positioner, turn up on side, root weld with mig on a gantry, Do the same for 1 inch wide sub weld, hand weld ends with mig, suck out all the air and send them over to the hot strip mill. Slabs are 3 ft by 20 ft. resulting in about 15000 lb coil. Currently laid off due to lack o orders. See more than a brief diversion.

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Speaking of SpringsRegular, where is Sam? Not logged in Since April.

You don't think a new job and baby can keep him from skiing .
I doubt it will keep him from skiing, just keep him from wasting time here talking to us.

Cirque, as jimmy axed, yinz comin ta tahn over da holidey? We wants ta ski wit yunz in da woods 'n 'at, if we gits snow that is. We kin goes ta da Nort Cunrry Brewry in Slippy Rock or ta da Penn or even da Church. Hauscum we never met at the White Star in Greensburg?

To all of you Spring folks. Several of us here and on DCSki.com get together at the Spring and the Knob to ski together. Look for info in a future post in the Get Together and Gathering Forums here on Epic.
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