Jump to content

rummy

Members
  • Content Count

    573
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    6

About rummy

  • Rank
    GS racer

Previous Fields

  • Sport
    Skier
  • Home Mountain
    elk

Recent Profile Visitors

2003 profile views
  1. You've got a couple of very suggestive doodles there Ridge....
  2. They have a special wide wheeled, four (maybe 8 ?) wheel drive mower. Several years ago an employee died while mowing the slopes. A rollover. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  3. Good Morning Buzzards... Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  4. Good Morning Elk Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  5. rummy

    Octoberfest

    I thought the chair lift rides would ...get you!
  6. rummy

    Octoberfest

    This weekend is Octoberfest... Last chance to get the best price on your Season Pass for this season. Chair lift rides to see Fall Foliage, entertainment in the bar, a bike tour of the area, and craft tents set up with local vendors. AND a New Website! www.elkskier.com....
  7. I saw one work over a dead honey bee last week, he made a nice crunch as I squashed him...
  8. rummy

    The Improvement Letter

    Rarely... New Years Eve a couple of times, 30 or so years ago.
  9. rummy

    The Improvement Letter

    OK, but I won't allow you to ski them...
  10. rummy

    The Improvement Letter

    Got my Letter today.... As previously discussed; new pond for more snow making capacity. New Windows in restaurant. Tree planting continues. Season Pass prices unchanged. (Second year in a row.) Operating hours changed; closing Monday and Tuesday at 4:30pm, and Sunday at 7:30pm to allow for more snowmaking. "Certain weeks" we will continue to be open until 10:00pm.... #ElkaholicRummy....
  11. rummy

    Skison 19/20

    I didn't get my official "improvement " letter yet, but I imagine they did. I'll let everyone know.. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  12. rummy

    Skison 19/20

    Elk built another new pond this summer.... Should be filling up nicely.
  13. My uncle, lieutenant Wallace W Furman, was a fighter/bomber pilot in WW11. He island hopped in the Pacific theater until finally in position to fly daily strafing/bombing runs on mainland Japan. One morning briefing, before their daily mission, he and the other pilots that day were ordered to be off the mainland and returning to base at a certain time... No excuses. As he left the mainland to return he felt this enormous shock wave, he turned in his seat and saw the mushroom cloud rising above Hiroshima. Of course he had no idea what it was. Upon his return to base he was told he witnessed history and hopefully an end to the war.
  14. rummy

    Skison 19/20

    We've been going out West for the past 32 years. We used to be the (almost) first on the mountain, and last off. Now we mosey onto the mountain after a leisurely breakfast, ski a few runs, stop for lunch (accompanied by a bloody), take a few more runs and find a nice spot to watch the scenery walk past, have a beer or two, then go back to the accomodations. Take a shower, have dinner and usually fall asleep in front of the TV... I've learned; "Life is not a Race, It's an Adventure"....
×
×
  • Create New...