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post #31 of 43
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Originally Posted by Denny1969 View Post
I wonder if she could spell her name in the snow? That would require talent.
Apparently there's a plastic device called a "Freshette" that allows women to do just that. More importantly, no need to drop trou or risk treewells.

Just ski a few feet off the trail, like guys do. Equal opportunity.
post #32 of 43
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Originally Posted by Topmounter View Post
Treerinal
Easy for you to say. I just got a cramp in my tongue. It's like trying to say Brett Favre.
post #33 of 43
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Originally Posted by daysailer1 View Post
Purple Haze?
Plum Crazy?
post #34 of 43
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Lars View Post
Maybe she was just "marking her territory"?

Maybe Resorts should start putting depends dispensors next to the tissues in the lift lines.

baahaawa!

Lars, I sent your concept over to the folks at Beaver Creek and Deer valley..... BTW- Happy 6K post!
post #35 of 43
Thread Starter 
it was kinda like a scene from some kind of Sci-fi fantasy movie, like Star trek meets the hobbitt meets Star Wars meets the Teletubbies... She was wookie-like in some respects but the large head to toe purple adornment looked a lot like the tubbies... Disturbing.... I wonder where she found relief?
post #36 of 43
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Originally Posted by Finndog View Post
Lars, I sent your concept over to the folks at Beaver Creek and Deer valley..... BTW- Happy 6K post!
6000 posts?

OMG!

Thanks Finndog. Maybe next they'll put sanitary napkins next to the tissues huh

post #37 of 43
Tree wells are not common here either :
a) most of the ski runs are above tree elevation, if aspens pine trees
and the likes are in the skiable area, well, there's not enough
b) in those resorts that do have trees in the skiable area, most
are chestnut trees, beeches or deciduous trees anyway.


But I understand how a tree well can be dangerous.
Actually one had formed under the magnolia tree in my front yard right now, because of the heavy snowfall that occured in two days.
It's now gone because the snow falling from the ski has transmuted into rain

Sorry, but I forgot to take pics...

Anyhow, I looked carefully but no women dressed in purple were observed in my front yard...
post #38 of 43
Thread Starter 
you gotta look closely, they blend in very well......
post #39 of 43
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Originally Posted by Finndog View Post
you gotta look closely, they blend in very well......
Reading this made me imagine a crocodile hunter episode trying to track down the elusive and well camouflaged one-eyed-one-horned-peeing-purple-treewell-dweller. Crikey!!!
post #40 of 43
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I wonder if she could spell her name in the snow? That would require talent.
Not if her name is Dotti.

RW
post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by daysailer1 View Post
Purple Haze?
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Originally Posted by Johnnys Zoo View Post
Plum Crazy?
Purple Rain
post #42 of 43
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
You had an extra http: in there.
Now you owe me an apres' drink!
TC fixed my "You Rock" sign
Thanks for the repair. Yes IOU a LOL.

Best chance to collect is Summit/Vail area 2/3 - 17 since
I'm using an Epic Pass this year. Possible returns in Mar & Apr.
maybe late Heavenly visit. Is there a TC Colorado Tour 09 Phaze #2 ?

Sitting in MD watching heavy rain blasting entire east coast.
PA thru lower NY and lower VT.
post #43 of 43
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Originally Posted by Mdskier View Post
Sitting in MD watching heavy rain blasting entire east coast.
PA thru lower NY and lower VT.

There will be ice this w/e, not to worry just to sharpen.
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