Do Skiers Always Want Bigger & Faster?

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Do Skiers Always Want Bigger & Faster?

Postby soulskier » Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:57 am

This ought a start a nice little discussion.

http://www.slopefillers.com/marketing-brain-asks-do-skiers-always-want-bigger-faster/

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Do Skiers Always Want Bigger & Faster?

Postby rfarren » Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:03 pm

Is there an emoticon for a strawman?
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Re: Do Skiers Always Want Bigger & Faster?

Postby billski » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:07 am

Meh. Whatever can be done to ease the trail congestion is my preference. If that means single chairs or slow lifts or t-bars, fine with me. Then again, I don't need cushy and almost nobody would go along with me. ha! ha! :lol:

I solve the problem by spending 90% of my year in the woods.

The bottom line for me is getting to the bottom with a smile on my face. I enjoy small, medium and large.I like to go fast, go slow,do pow, ski with others, ski alone. It's all a matter coming to the mountain with the right expectations. I've had as much fun at a 1000' footer as I have a 3,000 footer.

Everyone skis their own lines. As long as we recognize that, I'm OK.
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