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Well in response to Marc's 'rant'...Here in Albany, NY we got a whole 0.2
this evening...no that wouldn't be FEET but a whole .2 INCHES!!

So there.

Scott

On Fri, 28 Dec 2001 21:02:23 -0700, Marc Chrusch <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

>Whoa! "Eat your heart out VT"? In mostly upper case no less? You know, I've
>tried to be very circumspect on the list regarding the differences between
>where I used to live (Wallingford, CT) and skied (VT/ME) and where I live
>now (Sandy, UT about 5 miles from the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon, or
>putting it another way, 25 minutes from Alta) and not try to rub anyone's
>nose in it. I've even actually skied with the Jordans, and they seemed like
>really nice folks......and then the list gets hit with this blatant chest
>thumping. Maybe it's just snow drought induced dementia, but it seems poor
>sport to pick on VT this way. So in the spirit of giving back to Buffalo
>the same nose rubbing just dished out to VT........
>
>Whoopee, Buffalo. In my new home there is a season total of  21 in the
>mountains - that would be FEET, not measly inches. Wow. A whole "82.3
>inches in five days!" Over Thanksgiving we had 100 inches in 100 hours.
>That would be snow on a world renowned pair of mountains - Alta and the
>Bird - not in the middle of some medium sized city. That would be over 3000
>vertical feet.....on 4700 acres....in bounds. Buffalo snow - BFD. Who the
>hell in their right mind would name their city after a smelly, grumpy,
>cloven footed animal anyway?
>
>So there! Pfbbbbbbbbbbbtttttt!!!!!!!!!!
>
>-Marc
>Actually, hope Holiday Valley and the other ski areas got the promised 2
>feet and I hope this is a good omen for the rest of the Northeast. ;-)
>
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