>those rug rats will be peeing their pants at the top of Upper International, not Big Chief...
Yeah, it's happened. The lodge is a long way down, and all those layers make quick access difficult. Just another couple of extras to pack in your ski bag. But wait! You're talking about pee-inducing terrain... well, hurry up. The world needs more kids who'll shred whatever, eat saltines w/ketchup, and not complain about the lack of brutal grooming. Just do it now, in this lifetime.
>From: Jeremy Malczyk [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 07:59 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] Killington lifetime passes
>--- Leigh Daboll <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> 6. Stevens Pass has to weigh the loss of Jerm's "revenue" (the season pass
>> he never bought, and maybe never had anyway) versus one typical family of
>> four who skied there for, say, a single four-day wekend, buying lessons and
>> rental at full freight, and who liked the resort because it was "really
>> uncrowded." Not much of a loss there. My discussions with upper management
>Fair enough, but someday, when I'm saddle with a life of toil and responsibility (ack, not far
>off) those rug rats will be peeing their pants at the top of Upper International, not Big Chief.
>Then, it will be their loss.
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