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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
my retirement plan is to rent a flat every winter in a different resort and spend some serious time skiing - i think it is a fab idea and one you will probably repeat. for one thing, all your family will probably come out to visit you (who could resist cheap lodgings) and you will be very popular!
My husband and I took a couple of months out for a season in our early 30s, and wished we could do it again. We went to whistler - with a season pass you can buy an 'unlimited lesson pass' which is terrific a)for improving your technique b) always having someone to ski with.
highly highly recommended (and we stayed in creekside which was actually dead cheap, so our home run was the Dave Murry Downhill (which they used for the men's downhill at the olympics)).
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Talked to a man on a chairlift in Canada who was probably not going to manage to stay in the local ski club (known as the antiques) You have to be of retirement age and ski the same number of days per year as your age to keep your membership. The guy on the lift was 87. if he had been a couple of years younger he reckoned he would have been fine.
Oh yes he skied in the mornings and then boarded in the afternoon he claimed it was easier on his knees. Puzzled Very Happy Very Happy
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