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Thanksgivings and skiing
« on: November 24, 2012, 01:26:46 pm »
For many, Thanksgiving signals the beginning of the ski season.

Families have gathered, bonds renewed and a whole lot of food consumed.

I am thankful for the friendships and excellent conversation here on Peakskiers.
I am thankful  my bones  have knit and can ski this year.

I am thankful, that for the most part, we have been able to disagree between each other without it being personal.

I am hopeful we can keep open minds and hearts towards each others points of view.

No one has ever been banned from this forum.
There have been several who have made the choice to no longer participate and that is their choice.

Happy Holidays to all; ski the sweet spot, ski safe and  savor life.

"Play it Sam"

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Re: Thanksgivings and skiing
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2012, 09:33:41 am »
Nicely said Lynn...and with snow falling in our area, cold temps won't be long before we can get out and

"get that feeling".....once again. 

Man....we are certainly a lucky group of SOB's.... :-\     (skiers on boards...ha!!)   :D

Best, G