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1 minute ago, Shadows said:

I like that jfdan just turns his phone off. Take an actual vacation

I’m pretty vacated right now.  🍻🥃

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25 minutes ago, tarponhead said:


Sorry. What is that rail thingy sticking out of the buildings ass?

The funicular. 

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Looks like great conditions for bacons


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1 hour ago, AtomicSkier said:

The funicular. 

I rode on two different funiculars in Prague. Fun traveling. 

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On our way to the land of enchanted groomers. 
 
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View from that Firestone sure beats the one on Airport Rd. God I heart Utah.

Enjoy gentlemen and nice report today!
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5 hours ago, tarponhead said:


$127 is discounted?

Check out the prices for a room slopeside at the St.Regis. The best is hanging out at fancy hotels while staying in $80 a night digs down valley. Can sit and drink tea by the fire with 1%ers..just a few hours after fighting herb tourans for the last mini blueberry muffins at the La Quinta inn and suites.  

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16 minutes ago, tarponhead said:


Ha! Thx. Not a train guy and not exactly common in nj

Blue should install one to get from the valley to the summit lodge.

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This thread is GREAT for STOKE!

Loving it boys....



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The Private Funicular

"One of the world’s coolest ski lifts is, without doubt, the private personal funicular lift. This lift links the remarkable Tschuggen Grand Hotel in Arosa, Switzerland to the local ski slopes about half a mile away.

Hotel guests use an electronic lift ticket which calls the two-carriage mini train to the bottom or top station if it is not already waiting there, with each cabin’s roof opening like a sports car to allow entry.  It’s all very James Bond.

This winter, the Tschuggen Grand opened another spectacular lift that links the resort’s slopes to those of its larger neighbouring resort Lenzerheide, creating a huge 225km ski region."

The World’s Most Unusual Ski Lifts: Private Funicular Lift
 
 
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If you need lift beers, hit the Pharmacy in the Snowbird Center. If you need a beer to end the day, hit the Tram Club in the Snowbird Center, get the shot and mug combo ;). If you want to get weird, hit P-dog up the access road towards Alta a bit in the Peruvian Lodge. 

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52 minutes ago, GSSucks said:

If you need lift beers, hit the Pharmacy in the Snowbird Center. If you need a beer to end the day, hit the Tram Club in the Snowbird Center, get the shot and mug combo ;). If you want to get weird, hit P-dog up the access road towards Alta a bit in the Peruvian Lodge. 

This is great!

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1 hour ago, GSSucks said:

If you need lift beers, hit the Pharmacy in the Snowbird Center. If you need a beer to end the day, hit the Tram Club in the Snowbird Center, get the shot and mug combo ;). If you want to get weird, hit P-dog up the access road towards Alta a bit in the Peruvian Lodge. 

Definitely the P-Dog! 
Gotta quit early though if you want any free food as it goes fast.

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