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I should add that getting her a season's pass is $20 maybe?

On Mon, 14 Sep 2009 14:22:29 -0400, Scott Danis <[log in to unmask]> 
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>I'll check for gear at home.  
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>My general advice/bullets:
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>-Make sure she is potty-trained.
>-Harness.
>-Full-face balaclava or similar.  
>-Work on falling(stopping if you like) and more importantly, getting up with 
skis 
>on.
>-Sking down something akin to a lift ramp.
>-Patience.
>-Positive reinforcement.
>-Set goals and meet them (or be ready for modifications).
>-Food and treats.
>-Know when to call it a day.
>-Don't take them when it's brutally cold.
>-The Fun Zone (Smuggs).
>-Mother Nature's teepee(Smuggs).
>-She may be able to handle Sir Henry's (Smuggs).
>*Skiing with a harness is difficult in that your kid generally falls before you 
can 
>stop, so make sure you never track directly behind her.
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