Has anyone had experience using the “ski with a friend” feature of the epic pass? I was looking at it today for the place I’ll probably go in February (Heavenly) and it looks like you can only use three days consecutively?
Unfortunately, there are restrictions on some of those mountains. I think Vail I can only get a couple days consecutive, but I don’t know the process.Has anyone had experience using the “ski with a friend” feature of the epic pass? I was looking at it today for the place I’ll probably go in February (Heavenly) and it looks like you can only use three days consecutively?
Snowshoe in West VA isn't too bad if they get snow.Very jealous of you West coast types. Might try and get the kids on the slopes this year but they'll have to learn like I did: skiing ice in the Poconos.
Best skiing I did was in Jackson Hole, Mrs Pags and I took a tele lesson one day and that was an interesting challenge.
Yeah, it's a toss up for travel time between PA and WV slopes from Pax. I grew up outside Philly so am familiar with the poconos but have never skiied WV. Maybe go stay with the brother in law in NH and ski up there with the kids cousins.Snowshoe in West VA isn't too bad if they get snow.
I think most of that terrain had enough snow to open, they just hadn’t gotten avalanche mitigation done yet.My work schedule here in CO Springs allows me to make day trips up to Breck/Keystone/Vail on the weekdays, I've already been four times this year (it'd be more but you know, family). Conditions are okay for being early-ish in the season, but if you can hit any of those on a weekday they're great. Half the runs at Breck were still closed as of about a week and a half ago. Keystone is probably the least busy of the three on weekends, and with the holidays it'll be hellacious anywhere until the end of January.
My juniority gives me the opportunity to live like an indigent person during the weekdays. I get to bag a lot of dirt and snow mon-fri. Last year was amaaaazeballs.For sure, plus we have to temper expectations because last year was so damn good.
"The day is mine!"It's this odd sheet pilots sometimes bring to briefs that you just scribble capital "L" into the blanks of. At the end, you add up however many times you wrote the letter "L." Then you show it to someone else so they can check your "L" math before throwing the sheet in the trash. If you miscounted your "L"s or wrote any different letters (example: "M" or "H"), then somebody makes you recheck your math before throwing the sheet in the trash.
This brings me back to my Ensign and JG-hood, when CNATRA land went on some huge ORM kick for reasons I can’t recall the specifics of. I think someone in NAPP land threw a shitfit about studs hurting themselves off-duty and screwing up time to train numbers.What is this ORM worksheet you speak of? Only time I ever saw one of those was when flying in a 60R on cruise.