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I'll take a ski trip over any other. My favorite thing to do with clothes on. With the kids as small as they are, the flatness of where I live and the limited vacation time/funds I cant see too many of those happening. Been too long since I've skied the west coast (or the east for that matter) do have a major Disney trip coming up though [emoticon]


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Jebby14 wrote:

I'll take a ski trip over any other. My favorite thing to do with clothes on. With the kids as small as they are, the flatness of where I live and the limited vacation time/funds I cant see too many of those happening. Been too long since I've skied the west coast (or the east for that matter) do have a major Disney trip coming up though [emoticon]


Its usually the local hills in SE MI they suck but their close. maybe the occasional trip to Boyne mt. Out west would be really great. maybe some day!

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the strength of your dollar will help. Look into the less popular resorts. usually cheaper than skiing in Ontario and Michigan aside from airfare. Kicking horse and Panorama come to mind. NOT beginner resorts what so ever. Remember a double black is a blue out there.

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NY and Vermont have some special skiing too if you like glades and moguls. Killington is awesome so is Smugglers notch in Vermont. Bristol less so but MUCH closer. Whiteface (Lake Placid Olympics) is in between.

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Jay Peak in northern Vermont is good also.


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This has really been an "off" year for us. We haven't camped since mid August. I've been an acting supervisor at work from mid August through the end of October, so I couldn't take off time to go camp. Was hoping to camp this weekend, but temps will be below freezing and we have a 10 month old so the wife doesn't want to take her out in those cold temps. That means I'll likely winterize tomorrow or Friday and not use it again until the beginning of February when we head to Florida for 3 weeks... then winterize again until Spring.

We've never gone this long without camping since we started camping as a family 9 years ago... It'll be 5.5 months of no use.


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I winterized my rig about 3 weeks ago.


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