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9 hours ago, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

Almost everywhere is open on Xmas day except blue. 

as far as JFBB, i think they close Frost, and open BB late afternoon.  

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Bear Creek is open. I went a few years ago. There were a lot of non Christians staying at the hotel over the holiday and everything was open.

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Yeah, poking around Facebook looks like everyone but Blue and JF, limited hours, like 12 to 5 or 12 to 6....

 

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3 hours ago, trackbiker said:

Bear Creek is open. I went a few years ago. There were a lot of non Christians staying at the hotel over the holiday and everything was open.

That's assuming Bear Creek is actually open on Christmas.

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Great day to ski as lines are non existent. Doe (now BC) used to offer free Xmas skiing, which were the only times I made it there, with Doe being free and Blue being closed.

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1 minute ago, Ski2Live Live2Ski said:

Great day to ski as lines are non existent. Doe (now BC) used to offer free Xmas skiing, which were the only times I made it there, with Doe being free and Blue being closed.

Do you celebrate Xmas at all???

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On Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at 12:40 PM, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

Do you celebrate Xmas at all???

If Jesus invited me to his birthday party I would bring some bagels and whitefish.

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53 minutes ago, Ski2Live Live2Ski said:

And has been co-oped by gentiles at this point 

Oh Lordy the evil gentiles..Wegmans used to have Lox or smoked salmon in their breakfast bar.  All items are $8.95 a pound..bacon, eggs, potatoes, even fruit well my uncle would just load up on smoked salmon for $8.95 a pound because it was over $20 a pound by the deli and he ruined it because they removed the smoked salmon.  It was what is known in retailing as a loss leader.  

 

And this uncle has a quarter million dollar plane and a couple shopping centers but is super frugal. He complained about the pours a local wine bar served recently and they do a standard 5 ounce pour but the glasses for red wine are large. 

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