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|03-17-2014 10:00 PM|
Knock her up. Marry her. Don't ask her if you can... Just do. Lol
Vail and northstar both have plenty of terrain. You will be fine with the intermediate and beginner stuff here. Both have beginner parks. You can also go to plenty of restaurants and shit without issue, they will absolutely card you though so no drinking foe you. Only true bars don't let people under 21 in after like 10 pm. I'm guessing you will be too tired though. Vail is way bigger and has a lot more stuff around within close proximity so you won't have to drive anywhere once your here.
I live in vail and have been to northstar like 4 times now.
|03-17-2014 09:50 PM|
|ksup3erb||Someone's asking the right questions.|
|03-17-2014 09:28 PM|
|Kenai||Can you marry her and/or get her pregnant? Think about the long term here, man.|
|03-17-2014 09:23 PM|
Anyone ever been to Vail or Northstar?
Hey so I'm wondering if its worth it to go to Vail or Northstar for vacation next year. I love to snowboard, and I would be going with a friend, but I'm not like super advanced at snowboarding. I'm kind of intermediate, which'll probably mean like a beginner at Vail or Northstar. I'm wondering if it's worth it to pay like $2500 for a seven day vacation. I don't want to spend my whole vacation like braking and stuff on the slopes. I'm not sure if im really up for their terrain parks either which is like my thing. Just wondering, cause my friend is like a beginner who's barley linking turns but she's like super rich so she can just afford to waste the money (but I cannot do that). I'm also kind of worried cause my friend will be 21 but i'll be like 17 so I'm not sure exactly if I'm not going to be able to go to specific places, yeah so... I wouldn't be going with my family.