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SnoodlesMcFlude wrote:


I like the sound of that Very Happy It's kind of difficult to 'plan' for the trip with so many things I would like to do and places I'd like to visit. I'm trying not to be in the mind set of "must go here" or "need to be there on x date" and instead leaving the plan fluid. I definitely have a list in my head of things that I'd like to try though, skiing in powder being one of them if possible.



Thought you were going with @smygusdyngus in which case won't digging for lost skis in powder be your main activity?
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@Dave of the Marmottes, not judging by some of the links to videos he's been sending me Shocked He doesn't draw the line at pussywillow Embarassed

Hopefully @smygusdyngus will ask Polish Santa for some resqskis for Christmas.
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I only saw one instance of digging for skis last season and it wasn't @smygusdyngus' ski that was missing was it @SnoodlesMcFlude,
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@adithorp, when was that? I only remember one time and I didn’t think you were about?

We had at least a couple of times in Alleghe where he clipped out and blamed the skis. Of course the fact that he’s a giant and skis on a DIN of 7 doesn’t come into it.
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@SnoodlesMcFlude, Alleghe on the day of heavy snow, on the edge of the nice easy blue... just before you 2 went down the previously closed red with @k, and i went down the black with your old man. @smygusdyngus, and @turdy, helped you find it while we waited at the lift.
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@adithorp, oh yeah. That one wasn't too bad, it was the one when it was just me and smygusdyngus that took a while to find.
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A lot of different reasons to go skiing in Japan and depending who you are and what you look for.

As a couple I think it should not only be the deep light powder if one is mainly pist-skier.

Other things could be togethetness, food onsen and people beside the skiing.

Language can be a challenge in the not "western" places - but can be overcome if one is a bit adventurous or have some skill.

Many Japanese hotels or other accommodations do not have a lounge to socialise. One eats and goes to ones room and visits the bath to socialise.

Accommodation aimed at foreigners tend to be a bit different but you do loose the Japanese vibe.
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