On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 9:13 AM, Matthew Kulas <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Are you any relation to Lance?

Or Neil? †I hear he used to ski.

In all seriousness, welcome to the list Jon.†

Stick around and you'll see plenty of ski related posts. †You'll also get to know the people on the list and find that they are more than one-dimensional ski fanatics. †You may make friends with classical musicians and punk rockers, lawyers and doctors, road cyclists and mountain bikers, car enthusiasts & reeb enthusiasts and initram enthusiasts, rocket scientists, telenauts and aquanuts, programmers and poets, educators and drop-outs, bleeding heart liberals and lovers of Fox News.

And you may share a run or thousand with them and, if you're nice, they may even share a favorite powder stash.

Life is more than just skiing. And the ski community is made up of more than just skiers.†

Stick around and enjoy all that our community is made of.


On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 8:31 AM, Armstrong, Jon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Isnít this supposed to be a ski thread?†††† It could use some moderatingÖ††††††††† Please find another forum for topics that donít pertain to skiing (I suppose there is an undeniable link with beer).† ††I donít mean to pick on anyone in particular; it just seems to get off topic sometimes and folks need to keep in mind that there are many listening in who donít want the spam.†††

Itís not the lack of snow this time of year that keeps me from skiing in VT, Itís just that Iíve noticed the vegetation on the slopes has gotten a little too high to manage.† Grass is one thing; ferns tend to cause me to trip.† Maybe I just need wider boardsÖ

Has anyone tried telemark waterskiing?

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