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S E X in Jackson Hole

post #1 of 23
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Since things seem to have gotten somewhat silly around here (a development I choose to attribute to the fact that most of us in the Rockies are staring at brown grass, dirt, and rocks out the window instead of snow), here's a little "insider knowledge" about Jackson Hole.

As we all know, sex is the most powerful advertising theme there is. The founders of the JH ski area were very aware of this and took it into consideration when they cut the original ski runs. Did you know that the ski area at Teton Village has a subliminal message for skiers arriving at the JH airport?

Here it is:



The "S" is Rendezvous Trail.

The spine of the "E" is Pepi's Run and the legs of the "E" are the Alta Chutes.

The "X" is formed by the intersection of Thunder ski run and Thunder chairlift.

So in case your conscious, visual antennae aren't sufficiently sensitive to pick out what your subsciousness registered instantly, here it is spelled out for you:



There.

Now you can't say you didn't learn something today.

post #2 of 23

S E X

Bob, absolutely KEEN POWERS OF OBSERVATION !

Did you see the Playboy Bunnies ears down in the lower right portion of that picture ? If you didn't see them I take back the above Statement.

Boy are we bored, snow would be nice.
post #3 of 23
The E is a stretch.
post #4 of 23
Well, they did name the place Jackson Hole... Makes me wonder who the heck Jackson was! Hey, that and if you hold a picture of your skis upside down, the tips next to each other look like boobs! WHOA! note: the more ski you include, the older the boobs! EEEW!
post #5 of 23
As a youthful 20-something back in the 70's, I thought the tingling I got while bashing the bumps on Thunder had something to do with skiing.

Now I know better.
post #6 of 23
What do you expect...after all, it is the Tetons.
post #7 of 23
Look closely and you'll see something creepy slithering it's way down Tower 3 Chute...
Must be chasing something on that mountain?
post #8 of 23
Ha! This is awesome. Love it.
post #9 of 23
Looks like a great place to take your quiver and get some snowgasm's
post #10 of 23
I've been to JH twice in the past 3 seasons and i still have yet to get laid either on the slopes, at the resort or in town.

that subliminal advertising ain't working for me, that's for sure.
post #11 of 23
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Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
I've been to JH twice in the past 3 seasons and i still have yet to get laid either on the slopes, at the resort or in town.

that subliminal advertising ain't working for me, that's for sure.
Dookey, you clearly need to know how to build a quiver in Jackson Hole
post #12 of 23
Good one Bob! I bet some of the old farts around here will remember how the frontside of Park City used to say " I Ski" . Cant find a good picture at this time- anyone? Mr Crab?
post #13 of 23
Heh, and I thought the sky chutes was special.
post #14 of 23
Bob,
You need to ski. Now.
post #15 of 23
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Originally Posted by NE1 View Post
Bob,
You need to ski. Now.
Ain't THAT the truth!

I'm going tomorrow. Maybe that will help.
post #16 of 23
That is brilliant Bob! I will have to look for this when I drive to the hill on the 25th for Paperwork and passes.

-nerd
post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by ski_nerd13 View Post
I will have to look for this when I drive to the hill...
-nerd
You'll have to drive through town and then up north to or past the airport to see it. You can't tell from the Village or even from on the hill.

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Originally Posted by ski_nerd13 View Post
on the 25th for Paperwork and passes.

-nerd
Does this mean congratulations are in order?

Welcome to the fold!

I picked up my uniform yesterday and ran into a bunch of people I haven't seen since last April. This is such a great time of year.

I look forward to meeting you.
post #18 of 23
The runs of Lookout Mountain at Northstar sort of spell an ND. When I was little, I used to call it North Dare!
post #19 of 23
When I went to JH 2 seasons ago, I met a very nice lady there and she told me about this and that you should be able to take a picture of it once you land at the airport, thanks for the pic Bob
post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by robruf View Post
When I went to JH 2 seasons ago, I met a very nice lady there and she told me about this and that you should be able to take a picture of it once you land at the airport, thanks for the pic Bob
And the rest of the story??? Or does this need to go to the TGR padded room for the details?
post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by DoWork View Post
Well, they did name the place Jackson Hole... Makes me wonder who the heck Jackson was! Hey, that and if you hold a picture of your skis upside down, the tips next to each other look like boobs! WHOA! note: the more ski you include, the older the boobs! EEEW!
You asked:
http://www.jacksonholechamber.com/ja...ns-history.php
"But it was David Jackson who gave his name to the valley when he supposedly spent the winter of 1829 on the shores of Jackson Lake .

and speaking of boobs:
"It was French Canadian trappers who named the three prominent peaks of the area "Les Trois Tetons," or the three breasts: Grand Teton , Middle Teton, and South Teton. "
post #22 of 23
Bob......Several years ago was there not a telephone book that had a cover photograph that was quite controversial around town of a nice looking Miss with a belt on that proudly advertised the words "Jackson Hole"??

That phone book certainly was always fun to "grab", from what I understand.....lol.
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
Dookey, you clearly need to know how to build a quiver in Jackson Hole



TrekChick.......That is your funniest comment yet!!!! To Dookeye........

That is the def of funny!!!!
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