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saltyant

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About saltyant

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  • Equipment
    170 cm Völkl RTM 81s
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    Skier
  • Home Mountain
    Camelback

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  1. Wow, that guy in the orange is even on RTMs. That's pretty rad!
  2. I wouldnt even be mad, I'd just have to go elsewhere to fulfill my passion for weekday night skiing this season
  3. No night skiing rumour was a hoax, debauchery, and fake news!
  4. Yeah, you can fit 5 dudes easy. I think 6 dudes would be a pretty tight fit, though.
  5. I'll drive, we can all fit in my Sonic. It's only a 34 hour drive round-trip. @JFskiDan can have shotgun if he buys me a 6 pack of Yoohoo.
  6. Nah. Since this virus crap started I've had almost zero desire to socialize. I find I can entertain myself almost all the time.
  7. Wow, just wow. I've never seen so many confused faces in one thread.
  8. QFT. I dislike pointless small talk with strangers on the lift. It's basically the same conversation over and over all season long.
  9. In their Instagram post, the letters R, T, M are the 15th, 24th, and 27th letters. 15+24+27=66. The number 66 has long been associated with the darkness or nighttime. Therefore, there will be night skiing this season.
  10. Blue said many people enjoy morning skiing. I dont see any hidden message there because many people enjoy night skiing also
  11. It was on Facebook too 🤷🏼‍♂️
  12. @eaf, @AtomicSkier, @RidgeRacer,@GrilledSteezeSandwich, @MattEDGE and many others disagree
  13. But many people like myself and @eaf can't ski during the day during the week. So it's either night skiing or nothing at all. Plus, I've always had an insane amount of fun skiing the last hour before close when the trails and lift lines are completely empty.
  14. I don't think it was. Their Facebook post said, "Many of you prefer visiting the mountain in the morning...". According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, many (\ ˈme-nē \) is defined as "consisting of or amounting to a large but indefinite number". Say 100,000 people ski at Blue Mountain, and 60% prefer to visit the mountain in the morning. That equates to 60,000 people, or are large number of people; "many". At the same time, 40,000 people prefer to ski at night. That's also "many". Therefore, it's also correct to state, "Many of you prefer visiting the mountain in the eveni
  15. I think you're reading into it too much 🤷🏻‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️
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