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3 minutes ago, JFskiDan said:

My money is on it not being up and running by the time you go.  I have nothing against Elk, well, maybe that whole Vermont thing, but i think being consistent, is what Elk does well.  Therefore, change is not something they adapt well to.  I mean, they had the same website for like 15 years up until just recently, the one that was built on Netscape by a toddler.  

Blue has really surprised me with the way they have handled this season so far.  Whats up with Blue having their shit together all of a sudden?

Rummy is gonna get mad if Blue is talked about in the Elk forum.  

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We had a great day at Elk today.  Spent most of the day on the quad side and the whole family enjoyed it.  There was fresh snow blown on the ungroomed trails, and the bumps were nice and soft.  It eve

We had another great day today.  This weekend was cold as balls but the sun was shining which was nice.  The grooming and the snow really was nice.  The conditions were so nice that my wife was enjoyi

I didn't say that... I'm saying you haven't skied Elk in 15 ? or so years, and know nothing about Elk Mountain managements' philosophy of snowmaking or trail opening, their equipment, snow guns, or i

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26 minutes ago, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

Rummy is gonna get mad if Blue is talked about in the Elk forum.  

Thought you were done posting here?

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On 1/6/2021 at 4:44 PM, rummy said:

Agree. Enjorales' spread is always mouthwatering. If only it wouldn't be a Sunday. ... too many people for this retired, spoiled, old phart. ... Maybe I'll just come and eat and contribute some ribs for the feast....

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I feel like Rummy’s availability should have a fair amount of weight in Gaper date selection this year — working possibility and reason, natch.

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Just now, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

WTGAI.. did you message @rummy to meet up?

Nope, but you should come up to ski Elk and its 1,000 foot of vert and magnificent groomers, and then maybe afterwards the 3 of us can roast weenies in Rummy's TLCITW 

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Nope, but you should come up to ski Elk and its 1,000 foot of vert and magnificent groomers, and then maybe afterwards the 3 of us can roast weenies in Rummy's TLCITW 
Hope to see you... Salty. I'll look for your RTMs..

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5 minutes ago, rummy said:

8:30 everyday

Wow thanks a lot. One part of their site says 8:00 am while the pop-up says 8:30 am. I was going by 8:00 am but itll be nice sleeping an extra 30 minutes.

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1 hour ago, saltyant said:

Nope, but you should come up to ski Elk and its 1,000 foot of vert and magnificent groomers, and then maybe afterwards the 3 of us can roast weenies in Rummy's TLCITW 

I’ll trade you a blue buddy pass for an elk lift ticket.

if they still had the morning ticket I’d go, but I’m too cheap to drop $58 and I’m not waiting til 12:30 to ride on an afternoon ticket.  I thought buckmans sold discounted lift tickets but maybe that was Wicks. 

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26 minutes ago, theprogram4 said:

I’ll trade you a blue buddy pass for an elk lift ticket.

if they still had the morning ticket I’d go, but I’m too cheap to drop $58 and I’m not waiting til 12:30 to ride on an afternoon ticket.  I thought buckmans sold discounted lift tickets but maybe that was Wicks. 

With all things considered this year, $58 for a day pass and no silly reservations or advanced tickets is right up my alley. Especially when Blue and Camelback are charging nearly $100 now or whatever it is, and the absolutely ridiculous scam of Camelback charging for parking. 

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Hi Rummy - Is the lodge open as normal to boot up and have a home made lunch?
Lodge is open for booting up and warming up. Masks required everywhere. Inside tables are open for cafeteria food, can't say I saw anybody with picnic lunches..mainly because I hang out at the bar, (which is closed), sitting at the restaurant tables with a drink and some food, again required by CDC rules.
There are outside picnic tables at the halfway house and in front of the ski shop.
10-15 total.

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24 minutes ago, rummy said:

Lodge is open for booting up and warming up. Masks required everywhere. Inside tables are open for cafeteria food, can't say I saw anybody with picnic lunches..mainly because I hang out at the bar, (which is closed), sitting at the restaurant tables with a drink and some food, again required by CDC rules.
There are outside picnic tables at the halfway house and in front of the ski shop.
10-15 total.

Thanks, I wanna get an Elk Burger. There are no food places anywhere near by so I'm glad we're allowed to eat inside.

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