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If you can forgo the water, then Colorado should be on the list.   Besides,
other than Great Salt Lake, I'm not sure how much water there is around SLC,
but I'm awaiting correction from any of the residents of that area

On 7/5/07, Rick Kominowski <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> New to the server ....
> Been skiing VT for several years with Henry Barboza,
> Started working as a ski instructor 2 years ago at Ski Sundown
> Spent two weeks in Salt Lake city this year looking at jobs and homes and
> ski
> resorts
> Took up tele skiing at Alt.
>
> Been skiing with Henry B and discussing the best place to live and ski as
> we
> would travel 91 up to vermont this past season.
>
> I figured this would be a good place to get others opinions based on
> places
> you've lived or traveled to.
>
> The criteria I'm looking for are;
> Longest season possible.
> Good ski school with active program for kids who I can teach.
> Accessable back country so we can ski camp away from crowds.
> Close to water for boating and swimming in the summer.
>
> Quality city life for the spouse need to be;
> Large enough city so that my wife likes the arts, entertainment and
> shopping.
> Affordable decent houseing,
> Clean and unpolluted.
>
> I'm currently thinking the potential sites are
> Burlington Vt - Work at Stowe
> Salt Lake City - Work at Brighton
> Christchurch, New Zealand - work at ???
> (The search isn't limited to the US)
>
> BTW - the ski season is just getting up and running some places
> http://www.snow.co.nz/
>
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