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007947 1996-10-06 20:31 39 Re: Jason is a whose
007945 1996-10-06 19:32 28 Re: Jason is a whose
007944 1996-10-06 17:14 33 Re: Jason is a whose
007501 1996-09-08 21:48 32 Re: Re: How to relate / Stratton
007467 1996-09-06 16:26 52 Re: Treeing alone
007455 1996-09-06 10:07 43 Treeing alone
007469 1996-09-06 05:04 33 Re: Treeing alone
006817 1996-08-08 17:07 40 Re: Video Cam info
006687 1996-08-01 09:08 30 Dutch Hill (was Re: Magic Mt)
006685 1996-07-31 18:31 39 Re: Magic Mt
006384 1996-05-03 06:13 22 Re: tuks
006310 1996-04-24 15:41 84 Smuggs 4/21
005963 1996-04-01 14:11 25 RE: Restaurants in Montpelier
005956 1996-04-01 12:57 13 RE: Restaurants in Montpelier
005936 1996-03-29 12:00 56 From the Base of Jay Peak...
005908 1996-03-28 14:23 27 Re: How do you pronounce it anyway?
005907 1996-03-28 12:37 23 How do you pronounce it anyway?
005854 1996-03-25 09:47 129 Re: Tuckerman's
005836 1996-03-24 08:25 49 Re: 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year
005808 1996-03-21 15:50 172 Re: MRG Extreme Competiton??
005778 1996-03-20 07:53 62 party weekend at stowe
005774 1996-03-19 10:28 34 Re: 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year
005772 1996-03-19 08:54 32 Re: 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year
005767 1996-03-18 20:36 52 Re: Lessons learned for next year and other notes
005766 1996-03-18 20:20 38 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year
005763 1996-03-18 16:30 144 Green Plaid perspective: Stowe 3-16 SkiVt-L Ice-T (real long)
005761 1996-03-18 15:29 74 Lessons learned for next year and other notes
005745 1996-03-18 11:15 50 Thank you Reggie, Wes et al.
005711 1996-03-15 15:27 124 Jonathan's New Poles (or, "Stowe 3/14/96")
005671 1996-03-13 18:46 61 MRG 3/9;STOWE 3/10;MRG 3/11;3/13 (long)
005293 1996-02-20 11:40 51 64 slices of American cheese.......
005252 1996-02-17 23:15 100 Re: Jay Peak 2/17/96
005251 1996-02-17 20:14 86 Jay Peak 2/17/96
004820 1996-01-16 16:51 47 Re: Jay 1/13-15
004815 1996-01-16 15:03 38 Jay 1/13-15
003410 1995-09-18 10:06 41 Hazleton Trail
003243 1995-08-14 20:59 87 Re: Sept SKI mag
003240 1995-08-14 15:06 35 September SKI mag
003001 1995-04-25 07:30 84 Daily Morning Report
002903 1995-04-06 12:11 113 Re: Jay and Mansfield Snow depths
002899 1995-04-06 10:17 65 Re: Jay conditions
002890 1995-04-04 11:20 19 RE: Mad River Cooperative Announced
002764 1995-03-24 12:41 36 Re: SKIVT-L PARTIERS IN SKI MAG.!
002483 1995-03-09 14:28 104 Re: wesleys trip
002128 1995-02-07 17:42 28 Re: skivt-l uniforms
002118 1995-02-07 10:37 31 Re: Mad River 2/4, 2/5
002113 1995-02-06 19:19 37 Mad River 2/4, 2/5
001973 1995-01-18 21:33 27 Re: Rain Gear
001972 1995-01-18 21:13 27 Re: Rain Gear
001923 1995-01-11 17:35 44 Gone for Weekend; Moose hit by Car; EgoMania

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Item #7947 (6 Oct 1996 20:31) - Re: Jason is a whose
> Our beloved List Leader has been seen dancing on top of the
>bar at the Matterhorn in Stowe clad only in his green plaid
>boxer shorts.

Anyway, the green plaid thing is part of the elaborate mythology created by
these chortling, guffawing state employees. They think they are funny.

According to their fabricated catechism, the green/black/white plaid is
symbolic of the color of their rancid balogna sandwiches, the shade of their


Item #7945 (6 Oct 1996 19:32) - Re: Jason is a whose
>...
>There was that mention of green plaid though...what's that all
>about? Should I get a strip of green plaid for my arm too<G>?
>
Our beloved List Leader has been seen dancing on top of the
bar at the Matterhorn in Stowe clad only in his green plaid
boxer shorts.


Item #7944 (6 Oct 1996 17:14) - Re: Jason is a whose
problem with skivt-l...I wouldnt know one of the members if I ran over
them<g>. There was that mention of green plaid though...what's that all
about? Should I get a strip of green plaid for my arm too<G>?


Item #7501 (8 Sep 1996 21:48) - Re: Re: How to relate / Stratton
Ditto the looks given by three Brits and their French instructor/guide when
they met the goofball american in the green plaid woolies and mismatched
poles who was joining them for the morning. Sometimes half the fun is


Item #7467 (6 Sep 1996 16:26) - Re: Treeing alone
> >
> Oh puh-lease Wes, I've been startled by a large (green-plaid wearing)
> wintry beast in the woods several times last season. I hardly think


Item #7455 (6 Sep 1996 10:07) - Treeing alone
>
Oh puh-lease Wes, I've been startled by a large (green-plaid wearing)
wintry beast in the woods several times last season. I hardly think


Item #7469 (6 Sep 1996 05:04) - Re: Treeing alone

>Oh puh-lease Wes, I've been startled by a large (green-plaid wearing)
>wintry beast in the woods several times last season. I hardly think


Item #6817 (8 Aug 1996 17:07) - Re: Video Cam info

Green plaid, skis with no edges, women in men's clothes, men in women's
clothes, mismatched broken bent non graphite poles, hip angulation, feet


Item #6687 (1 Aug 1996 09:08) - Dutch Hill (was Re: Magic Mt)
>was between VT route 9 and the Massachusetts border. I never skied there,
>but Mr. Green Plaid obviously spent quite a few days there in his youth. It
>was very small, and has been closed for years.


Item #6685 (31 Jul 1996 18:31) - Re: Magic Mt
was between VT route 9 and the Massachusetts border. I never skied there,
but Mr. Green Plaid obviously spent quite a few days there in his youth. It
was very small, and has been closed for years.


Item #6384 (3 May 1996 06:13) - Re: tuks

We need a Green Plaid flag to plant by the lunch
rocks to signal the SkiVT-l hang-out point.


Item #6310 (24 Apr 1996 15:41) - Smuggs 4/21
We take another run down liftline hoping to find the rest of the BUrlington
contingent. instead I a spy the green-plaid-one on the chair. We spend a
few runs trying to get in synch and finally meet up with the Good Doctor


Item #5963 (1 Apr 1996 14:11) - RE: Restaurants in Montpelier
> A friend wants to know: How pricey is the Chef's Table? Is it hard to get in?
> Do you have to wear shoes? Is green plaid okay?
>
(ie Boston, NY and SF)
You could wear green plaid but shoes are probably required but not
a jcaket and tie.


Item #5956 (1 Apr 1996 12:57) - RE: Restaurants in Montpelier
A friend wants to know: How pricey is the Chef's Table? Is it hard to get in?
Do you have to wear shoes? Is green plaid okay?


Item #5936 (29 Mar 1996 12:00) - From the Base of Jay Peak...
coolers and various party alotments. A rondevous that can not be missed,
but we will work on a green plaid flag or something in case the
screaming and pillage is not loud enough to find...


Item #5908 (28 Mar 1996 14:23) - Re: How do you pronounce it anyway?
|At the same time, Skeevittler sounds a little contrived and maybe a little
|unsophisticated. But I think it fits the green plaid look pretty well, huh?


Item #5907 (28 Mar 1996 12:37) - How do you pronounce it anyway?
At the same time, Skeevittler sounds a little contrived and maybe a little
unsophisticated. But I think it fits the green plaid look pretty well, huh?


Item #5854 (25 Mar 1996 09:47) - Re: Tuckerman's
Glad that many of you got out there to enjoy one of the best days ever on
skis. What an amazing amount of snow. I saw ole green plaid wes in the
b'bear after I got out and wished I would have hooked up with him


Item #5836 (24 Mar 1996 08:25) - Re: 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year

I vote for the Green Plaid, it will also help us find each other on the
slope.
discernable as a
>>Skivt-L affectee by wearing Green Plaid on some part of their body,
hopefully a
>>visible part. I suggest green plain arm bands. Papal Emissary
Trevor will
>>inspect all supplicants for proper green plaid attire before issuing
tickets.
>------------------------------------->
>Green plaid - most definitely a Ski Vert-mont trademark in the
making....
> Add my vote to Green Plaid for next year.
>A visit to Johnson Woolens is in order!


Item #5808 (21 Mar 1996 15:50) - Re: MRG Extreme Competiton??

7. Watching ole Green plaid eat up the crick-bed...


Item #5778 (20 Mar 1996 07:53) - party weekend at stowe
where the hell are they...then...THERE THEY ARE...the famed in song and
story...GREEN PLAID pants....none other than WAW himself....asked about
wunderski...all hell breaks loose in lift line ...people's heads flapping


Item #5774 (19 Mar 1996 10:28) - Re: 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year
>6. Everyone who wants a 'discounted' ticket will be clearly discernable as a
>Skivt-L affectee by wearing Green Plaid on some part of their body, hopefully a
>visible part. I suggest green plain arm bands. Papal Emissary Trevor will
>inspect all supplicants for proper green plaid attire before issuing tickets.

------------------------------------->
Green plaid - most definitely a Ski Vert-mont trademark in the making....
Add my vote to Green Plaid for next year.
A visit to Johnson Woolens is in order!


Item #5772 (19 Mar 1996 08:54) - Re: 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year
>Everyone who wants a 'discounted' ticket will be clearly discernable as a
>Skivt-L affectee by wearing Green Plaid on some part of their body,

I vote for green plaid wool underwear. Keeps you warm on the quad when
it's running on the slow wind speed and the itching really helps with


Item #5767 (18 Mar 1996 20:36) - Re: Lessons learned for next year and other notes

Yup. Scouted for green plaid and familiar email addresses tatooed to
foreheads.

Also suggest green plaid ID badge (unless we can get a discount on Filson
type hats). Maybe a green plaid T shirt?

Daniel M. Wetzel
6 Bedford Green
South Burlington, VT 05403


Item #5766 (18 Mar 1996 20:20) - 1997 Part-T Manifesto: things to work on for next year
6. Everyone who wants a 'discounted' ticket will be clearly discernable as a
Skivt-L affectee by wearing Green Plaid on some part of their body, hopefully a
visible part. I suggest green plain arm bands. Papal Emissary Trevor will
inspect all supplicants for proper green plaid attire before issuing tickets.


Item #5763 (18 Mar 1996 16:30) - Green Plaid perspective: Stowe 3-16 SkiVt-L Ice-T (real long)
From: Wesley Alan Wright <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Green Plaid perspective: Stowe 3-16 SkiVt-L Ice-T (real long)


Item #5761 (18 Mar 1996 15:29) - Lessons learned for next year and other notes
2) A firm "Meet under the SkiVt-L banner" in the Den after skiing edict.
3) A secret handshake, I.D. card, and uniform (plaid Lamar/Vermont shirts?)
4) More better details before people leave for Vermont Friday morning.
Matt "Uncle Wunderski" Swartz
Wesley Uncle Plaid Wright
Dr. Michael Swartz

No, Emmanuel, that was not me wearing red plaid pants. That was me wearing
green plaid pants.


Item #5745 (18 Mar 1996 11:15) - Thank you Reggie, Wes et al.
from lunch as we come in for lunch at Mansfield lodge... They report
seeing Green Plaid out there earlier somewhere....


Item #5711 (15 Mar 1996 15:27) - Jonathan's New Poles (or, "Stowe 3/14/96")

The green-plaid one took us down an odd combination of Toll Road/Ridge
View/etc. to some woods above the Toll House chair. Fun, and not


Item #5671 (13 Mar 1996 18:46) - MRG 3/9;STOWE 3/10;MRG 3/11;3/13 (long)
streambed all filled in with Pow. Lots more runs of freshies, including a
far-right-side New Frontier with Mr. Green Plaid himself that was out of
this world!! Great Day.
near the top of Haystack, back towards Starr. We sort of sidled our way
down through these huge cliffs until we saw a small green and white sign
nailed to a tree. The sign read: "Oh Shit". Hey, it's STEEP in there!!


Item #5293 (20 Feb 1996 11:40) - 64 slices of American cheese.......
First few runs were with Locals Rob Sheridan and mini-sidekick
Jay (not J-spin although he was there). Literally launched into Green
Beret while Jay impressively threw some HUGE airs in Valhalla and off of
half assed at best, for one Marc Guido and finally ran into him and some
strange green plaid pant wearing chap on lower Everglade. Lost Guido
after lunch after hearing much about the acclaimed 'dog patch'. Thanks
to the strange green plaid pant wearing chap for taking us off on the
rest of our dream. Too bad that the Rozz-man became gimp after waltzing
wish I had somebody to share it with. I told Rozz but he didn't
understand. I looked for the strange chap with the plaid green pants but
he couldn't be found. Sheridan was stuck teaching little french speaking


Item #5252 (17 Feb 1996 23:15) - Re: Jay Peak 2/17/96
>Figuring that it would be therefore best to cruise for a while, I grabbed my
>GS skis and rode back up the Red Chair, and down Goat Run to Upper Green
>Mt. Boys. En route to the Flash, Lower Exhibition looked too tempting to
>
>On sit Mr. Green Plaid walked in, and we made arrangements to ski a bit after
>my sit. I did a Mach 3 cruise down Vermonter and Hell's Crossing to Angel's
>through the stumps on the main headwall the skiing was fine. We bushwhacked
>out to the bullwheel atop the Green Chair, and dropped into Reneglade. An
>occasional rock was all that marred this excursion, and the skiing was fine.
I live in Montreal and have been boardin' at Jay for 4 seasons. Actually
my first time on a board was at Jay. I love Green Beret and Staircase
and some out of bounds runs but have never heard of some of the runs you


Item #5251 (17 Feb 1996 20:14) - Jay Peak 2/17/96
Figuring that it would be therefore best to cruise for a while, I grabbed my
GS skis and rode back up the Red Chair, and down Goat Run to Upper Green
Mt. Boys. En route to the Flash, Lower Exhibition looked too tempting to

On sit Mr. Green Plaid walked in, and we made arrangements to ski a bit after
my sit. I did a Mach 3 cruise down Vermonter and Hell's Crossing to Angel's
through the stumps on the main headwall the skiing was fine. We bushwhacked
out to the bullwheel atop the Green Chair, and dropped into Reneglade. An
occasional rock was all that marred this excursion, and the skiing was fine.


Item #4820 (16 Jan 1996 16:51) - Re: Jay 1/13-15
>
> Bumped into Wesley (those green plaid woollies are hard to miss) and the
> Doctor after lunch and took a couple runs with Wes whilst Vickie was


Item #4815 (16 Jan 1996 15:03) - Jay 1/13-15

Bumped into Wesley (those green plaid woollies are hard to miss) and the
Doctor after lunch and took a couple runs with Wes whilst Vickie was


Item #3410 (18 Sep 1995 10:06) - Hazleton Trail

Also stopped in Johnson Woolens this weekend and saw these great green plaid
pants. Do skivt-lers get a discount if it becomes part of our uniform, Wes?


Item #3243 (14 Aug 1995 20:59) - Re: Sept SKI mag
did you buy a pair? Should we look for those this season along with the
fabled green plaid woolies and rainbow suspenders? ;-)


Item #3240 (14 Aug 1995 15:06) - September SKI mag

10. Uncool editors don't recognize that green plaid is now in fashion.


Item #3001 (25 Apr 1995 07:30) - Daily Morning Report
Poles with multiple corrected angles
Green Plaid Wooly Pants -- don't have, but willing to steal
94/95 Season's Pass to MRG


Item #2903 (6 Apr 1995 12:11) - Re: Jay and Mansfield Snow depths
>
>That's where I have to get after Mr. Green-Plaid. It's so late in the season,
>I haven't bothered him with it. He lists that as "From the top of Jay Peak."


Item #2899 (6 Apr 1995 10:17) - Re: Jay conditions

That's where I have to get after Mr. Green-Plaid. It's so late in the season,
I haven't bothered him with it. He lists that as "From the top of Jay Peak."


Item #2890 (4 Apr 1995 11:20) - RE: Mad River Cooperative Announced

> sense to sign up large number of green plain wearing, right thinking,
^^^^^

That should of course be PLAID.

All right-thinkers wear green plaid.


Item #2764 (24 Mar 1995 12:41) - Re: SKIVT-L PARTIERS IN SKI MAG.!
I'll be sure to keep an eye out for the picture and accompanying story in Ski.
Will I see the legendary green plaid woolies?
--


Item #2483 (9 Mar 1995 14:28) - Re: wesleys trip

We all know this to be true (except for Mr. Green Plaid being the dilemma,
of course).


Item #2128 (7 Feb 1995 17:42) - Re: skivt-l uniforms

Somehow I can't imagine that those green plaid pants ever failed in that
department! ;-)


Item #2118 (7 Feb 1995 10:37) - Re: Mad River 2/4, 2/5
>
> Sunday: I was skiing down Liftline when I made a Green Plaid Pants sighting on
> the lift above me. Of course it was our fearless leader Wes. By the way, you
Perhaps we need an updated lists of subscriber's skiwear. I recall seeing some
green woolies in the single line, but could not make a positive ID. I was sure
you were there Josh, but amidst the numerous pin-heads savoring the powder I


Item #2113 (6 Feb 1995 19:19) - Mad River 2/4, 2/5

Sunday: I was skiing down Liftline when I made a Green Plaid Pants sighting on
the lift above me. Of course it was our fearless leader Wes. By the way, you


Item #1973 (18 Jan 1995 21:33) - Re: Rain Gear

> So what if it is green Plaid?


Item #1972 (18 Jan 1995 21:13) - Re: Rain Gear

So what if it is green Plaid? Reminds me of lime jello with marshmellows and
pineapple bits. Yum.


Item #1923 (11 Jan 1995 17:35) - Gone for Weekend; Moose hit by Car; EgoMania

I'm the doofy looking guy in the green plaid woolies -- if you see me, say "Hi!"


I'm the doofy looking guy in the green plaid woolies -- if you see me, just
whap me upside the head.



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