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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-25-2008, 03:08 PM
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Those are some nice high speed detachable quad chairs there. Hopefully they're safe. If the termites haven't found them yet.
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I feel you on opening Nov.10, they only problem is that looks like a small park run, so you gotta stand in line for 20 minutes to drop in. Also found a clip a week later and seems most of the snow was gone. But I hope this year we're all open before T-Giving, since the farmers almanac is calling for snow in late november, we'll see.
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I feel you on opening Nov.10, they only problem is that looks like a small park run, so you gotta stand in line for 20 minutes to drop in. Also found a clip a week later and seems most of the snow was gone. But I hope this year we're all open before T-Giving, since the farmers almanac is calling for snow in late november, we'll see.
nah man the lines werent bad at all. there were alot of people but it was such a good time. everyone was so chill. the snow lasted until the next cold snap. there was a huge rain event a week later so that killed a good amount of the snow but there was still plenty left. one park run or not, it was still early season snow and alot of fun. there were old heads there just cruisin through on skis and whatnot. got a free lift ticket if you wore red white and blue too. soooo legit.
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my season doesn't start until mid december....
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when is mt snow looking to open cause i think last year they opened first on the east coast
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mt snow opened with about a 500 foot patch of snow and a box and rail october 20 something last season. i think this season they are trying to do the same thing.
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